The 3 most-clicked EV Charging Reports in May 2023

We've compiled a list of the three most-clicked EV Charging Reports in May 2023. These reports shed light on competition, regulatory frameworks, and the future of charging infrastructure, providing a comprehensive overview of the challenges and opportunities ahead.

Competition analysis of the electric vehicle recharging market across the EU27 + the UK | Charles Rivers Associates

The Competition Analysis of the Electric Vehicle Recharging Market report aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of the publicly accessible recharging infrastructure and related services market for electric vehicles in the EU27 + the UK.

The scope of this report is broad. It covers industry dynamics, regulatory initiatives, public support, and competitive outcomes across the region. Additionally, it provides an in-depth assessment of a subset of Member States selected as being broadly representative of the experience across the region. The report also includes an overview of prevalent and emerging business models in the industry adopted by key ecosystem participants, a taxonomy of potential competition concerns around unilateral and coordinated conducts and distortive effects of public funding, and an assessment of whether there is prima facie evidence of existing anticompetitive effects.

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A scatter plot titled "Countries classified by EVs per recharger vs. EV share of total fleet (2022)" shows European countries categorized as Nascent, In-development, and Breakthrough in terms of electric vehicle (EV) penetration and the number of EVs per recharger.
Source: Competition analysis of the electric vehicle recharging market across the EU27 + the UK | Charles Rivers Associates

 

European Union Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR) | the ICCT

This briefing by the ICCT provides information on the European Union’s Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR), which aims to promote the deployment of alternative fuels and infrastructure across the EU. The AFIR sets out requirements for EU Member States to ensure the availability of fast-charging stations for passenger cars, vans, trucks, and buses along the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) by 2030. The scope of this regulation covers all EU Member States and applies to both public and private charging infrastructure.

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A table outlining distance-based targets for recharging stations for passenger cars and vans. It details the target dates, scope (TEN-T core, comprehensive, or 50%* of comprehensive), and minimum capacity requirements (400 kW to 600 kW) for each direction of travel.
Source: European Union Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR) | the ICCT

 

Fully charged for 2030 | Transport & Environment

This report by Transport & Enviroment provides an analysis of the public charging infrastructure targets recently agreed under the new EU Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR), as well as the additional deployment plans in Germany. The report compares public charging availability with the projected energy demand of the zero-emission heavy-duty vehicle (HDV) fleet in 2030. The scope of this report is to examine how AFIR supports the deployment of electric trucks and to assess whether there will be enough charging infrastructure available to meet the projected energy demand of zero-emission HDVs in 2030.

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An infographic shows a blue truck with "14.25 TWh of energy" written on it, representing HDV energy demand in 2030. Below is a green battery icon with "97% covered," indicating the available charging energy in 2030.
Source: Fully charged for 2030 | Transport & Environment
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