On-Board and Off-Board EV Charging Points (EVSE) Market Research Data-set 2018-2024

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The global market for EV Chargers is expected to triple the existing installed base and reach 1.5 million publicly available charging outlets by 2025. At the moment, despite a strong installed base of CHAdeMO, moving forward CCS seems to be a popular choice for different countries. Source: Power Technology Research LLC.

On-Board and Off-Board EV Charging Points (EVSE) Market Research Dataset 2018-2024
The global market for EV Chargers is expected to triple the existing installed base and reach 1.5 million publicly available charging outlets by 2025. At the moment, despite a strong installed base of CHAdeMO, moving forward CCS seems to be a popular choice for different countries.

A new market research dataset is available from Power Technology Research on "On-Board and Off-Board EV Charging Points (EVSE) Market Research Dataset 2018-2024" is available now. The research covers both AC and DC fast charging including further segmentation into charging standards by country and charging capacity by country. EVSE research is segmented into four globally installed fast charging standards Combined Charging System (CCS), CHAdeMO (Japan), Tesla Super Charger (SC) and GB/T (China). Plus, to provide in-depth value to all the stakeholders involved in EVSE industry, the research provides further segmentation into 5 charging capacities: 0-3kW, 4-22kW, 23-60kW, 61-150kW, 151-350kW.

The global market for EV Chargers is expected to triple the existing installed base and reach 1.5 million publicly available charging outlets by 2025. The research also indicates that despite the recent advancements in fast charging infrastructure, slow AC charging will still be the dominant technology in terms of installed units in 2025. At the moment, despite a strong installed base of CHAdeMO, moving forward CCS seems to be a popular choice for different countries.
A few initiatives involving ultra-fast charging (350 kW) were announced in the recent past; however, there are currently no cars on the roads which are capable of receiving charging power at 350 kW. With revised charging standards and new vehicle models in the near future, these ultra-fast charging sites could be utilized for long-distance highway travel.

The analysis is presented through PTR's data visualization platform, utilizing Microsoft Power BI. This consists of an interactive report to best extract key trends and data while also providing multiple dashboards to better understand the methodology and to keep updated on the latest trends in each segment throughout the one-year subscription. Excel database and PowerPoint available on request.

Segmentations covered:

Power Capacity:
    1. 0-3kW
    2. 4-22kW
    3. 23-60kW
    4. 61-150kW
    5. 151-350kW

EVSE Type:
    1. Category 1 AC Chargers
    2. Category 2 AC Chargers
    3. DC Chargers
        a. CCS
        b. CHAdeMO
        c. Tesla SC
        d. GB/T

Countries covered:
    A. Europe
        1. Austria
        2. Belgium
        3. Bulgaria
        4. Croatia
        5. Cyprus
        6. Czech Republic
        7. Denmark
        8. Estonia
        9. Finland
        10. France
        11. Germany
        12. Greece
        13. Hungary
        14. Iceland
        15. Ireland
        16. Italy
        17. Latvia
        18. Lithuania
        19. Luxembourg
        20. Malta
        21. Netherlands
        22. Norway
        23. Poland
        24. Portugal
        25. Romania
        26. Slovakia
        27. Slovenia
        28. Spain
        29. Sweden
        30. Switzerland
        31. Turkey
        32. United Kingdom
    B. North America
        1. United States
        2. Canada
        3. Mexico
    C. APAC
        1. Japan
        2. Korea
        3. India
        4. China

An executive insights version is also available for this report for just a regional overview for decision makers only requiring information on a regional level.

For more information about this report, visit:
https://powertechresearch.com/services/e-mobility/evse-charging/

News Source: Power Technology Research LLC

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