EV Charging Equipment Overview: Global Market Analysis and Forecasts of EV Charging Solutions
発行: Guidehouse Insights (formerly Navigant Research)
ページ情報: 英文 55 Pages; 57 Tables, Charts & Figures
新型コロナウイルス感染症 (COVID-19) の影響から、プラグインEV（PEV）の市場は2019年から2020年にかけて縮小傾向を示す見通しですが、充電インフラの市場は持ちこたえる見通しです。PEVフリート部門の成長から、充電設備・設置・O&Mにかかる技術・サービスへの大規模な投資が求められています。ユビキタスな電気インフラを持つ先進地域においては、住宅、集合住宅、職場、フリート整備場、目的地、ガソリンスタンドなど、さまざまな場所にこれらの投資を行うことが可能です。
Though the plug-in EV (PEV) market contracted in 2019 and is likely to do so again in 2020, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the market for charging infrastructure has been and will likely remain resilient. It is composed of many types of technologies and nuanced approaches to serve PEV drivers and fleet operators. The market is also young, and the potential value that vehicle electrification offers drivers via charging remains largely untapped. Reduced vehicle downtime through increased charging speed; improved charging convenience through wireless and on-demand mobile charging; and more efficient charging through grid and renewables integration are major areas for development. Innovations here are just beginning to affect the market.
The growing PEV fleet demands significant investment in technologies and services for charging equipment, installation, and operations and maintenance (O&M). Ubiquitous electrical infrastructure in developed geographies enables these investments to take place in a variety of locations such as homes, apartment complexes, workplaces, fleet depots, driver destinations, and retail fuel sites. This variety creates a highly diverse market with hundreds of competitors.
This Guidehouse Insights report provides an overview of the global PEV charging market. It includes an assessment of charging technologies and their applications, market drivers and challenges, the competitive landscape, and the extent by which the market is likely to grow to 2030. Forecasts include AC and DC chargers, wireless chargers, and pantograph poles. These are split by major charging application identified as home, private network, fleet depot, destination, and fast charge service. Additional review and analysis of supporting technologies such as energy storage devices, cloud-based charger management platforms, load controllers, and power converters is provided alongside how they are typically integrated in charge point deployments.