EV Markets Reports about EV Charging

Get access to our latest insights and updates in the EV charging infrastructure industry across Europe, Asia and North & South America. Learn more about EV Charging installations in multiple regions, new electric vehicle charging technologies, EV Charging patterns, e-Mobility strategies, developments in OCPI & OCPP, growth of High Power Charging infrastructure networks, investments in EV charging providers and explanation of regulations and subsidies per region.

Electric Vehicles Charge points per country/region

Charge points figures in Europe with key markets Germany, France, United Kingdom, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, The Netherlands, Belgium, Spain and Italy. Charge points figures in Asia with key markets China, Japan, India, Vietnam, Indonesia and Korea Charge points figures in Northern America; with the key states California, Florida, Texas, Washington, New York, New Jersey, Arizona, Illinois, Colorado and Georgia Charge Point figures in South America; Argentina, Brasil, Colombia, Chile, Uruguay

Public, fast and residential charging infrastructure

We share reports covering the global electric vehicle charging uptake. These reports cover both publicly available and private charging points across Europe, Asia and America.

Electric vehicle charging patterns

  • Charging at Home/Residential
  • Charging at Work
  • Charging in public spaces/cities
  • Charging on the go/highways / fast charging

EV Charging Research & Development

AC Charging 3,7 kWh – 22 kWh DC Charging 22 kWh – 150 kWh High Power Charging (HPC) 150 kWh – 350 kWh Megawatt Charging System (MCS)

Charging Infrastructure Protocols

OCPP (Open Charge Point Protocol) OSCP (Open Smart Charging Protocol) OCPI (Open Charge Point Interface) ISO 15118 (Plug and Charge)
BETs will require 1.4 million to 1.8 million 100kW chargers

Electric trucks will require 1.8 million 100kW chargers

By 2030 battery electric trucks (BETs) will require 1.4 million to 1.8 million slow charges (100kW), as well as 400,000 to 700,000 public high-speed chargers (500kW).

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BETs reach TCO parity with diesel trucks in most EU cities

Electric trucks reach TCO parity with diesel trucks in EU

It is possible for battery electric trucks (BETs) for last-mile delivery to reach TCO parity with diesel trucks in most European cities, with the current purchase premiums, according to the ICCT.

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Charging time most important for EV drivers

Capgemini conducted interviews about charging with more than 180 EV drivers. There are several aspects that are highlighted by the survey respondents as particularly important.

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Public key infrastructure for iso 15118

There is a new standard for secure information exchange between electric vehicles, charging stations and mobility service providers, called ISO 15118. With industry-wide adoption increasing, and legislators recommending and even considering mandating ISO 15118, it is important to understand the implications of this standard.
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Delivering a world-class charging network by 2030

This briefing focuses on building a nationwide, convenient, affordable charging network in the UK, essential for its transition to a zero-emission fleet of vehicles.
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