Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Systems

The Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Systems market research study delivers current market analysis plus a five year market and technology forecast. 

The Coming Whirlwind of Electric Vehicle Charging Systems, Fast Charging, Interoperability, and More

ARC’s research on the Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging market reveals that EV charging will soon be ubiquitous, often exceeding the service levels of gas and diesel fueling stations. ARC’s report examines the top providers and trends in the electric vehicle charging systems market. ARC forecasts strong and robust growth overall. Within regional and even local market ecosystems, the end user market perspective of EVs offering lower cost per mile with a lower total lifecycle cost is now taking hold. Charging systems are being closely aligned with their underlying vehicular applications, from singular home charging to a variety of fleet charging scenarios. Similarly, a range of supported charger ancillary functions continue to develop, often unique to each economy.

Electric Vehicle Charging Strategic Issues

In addition to providing a five-year market forecast, the Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Systems market research provides detailed quantitative current market data and addresses key strategic issues as follows.

Future Proof Your Installations    

A number of fairly simple future proofing strategies do exist. These include: 

  • Installing a conduit for additional chargers beyond the initial installation.
  • Similarly, installation of oversized conductors is suggested in order to support next generations of higher power chargers.
  • Additionally, planning with local utilities can allow the incumbent utility to upgrade transformers, substations, and distribution capabilities.

Plan for Resilience    

In a general sense, grid hardening, generator ports with mobile power sources, redundant electric services, and microgrids should be examined. In particular, while highly dependent on the applications, planning for resilience may take the form of having multiple fleet charge sites, in order to serve the fleet if one geography is without power.

Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions    

Increase ESG scores by reducing greenhouse gas emissions of fleet vehicles in industrial, commercial, and public agency applications. A proactive approach to ESG can create opportunities for lower business risk as well as lower cost capital for research and development and other operational and maintenance factors.

Interoperability and Open Standards    

Interoperability greatly simplifies ease-of-use for all users. Interoperability of charger software and hardware also futureproofs the infrastructure over its effective life. As for connector standards, Japan uses CHAdeMO; Europe, the US, and South Korea use CCS; and China uses GB/T. The Government of India supports both CHAdeMO and CCS. Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) is an open-source protocol created in 2010 and is managed by the Open Charge Alliance30 (OCA). It is the global standard for communication between charging station operators and their network of charging stations. OCPP is an instruction set that communicates to any charging station management system on how to create a communications gateway with any Wi-Fi connected or “smart charging station” developed using the OCPP standard. For full interoperability, it is important for users to confirm that all seven layers of the OSI seven layer interoperability stack are supported.


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Table of contents for this research is shown in the following paragraphs.

Worldwide Research Focus Areas

Strategic Analysis

  • Executive Overview
  • Market Trends
  • Buyer Strategies
  • Supplier Strategies
  • Growth Contributors and Inhibitors

Competitive Analysis

  • Market Shares of the Leading Suppliers
  • Market Shares by Region
    • North America
    • Europe, Middle East, Africa
    • Asia
    • Latin America
  • Market Shares by Revenue Category
    • Hardware
    • Software
    • Services
  • Market Shares by Level
    • Level I
    • Level II
    • Level III
  • Market Shares by Customer Type
  • Market Shares by Sales Channel

Market Forecasts

  • Total Shipments of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Systems
  • Shipments by Region
    • North America
    • Europe, Middle East, Africa
    • Asia
    • Latin America
  • Shipments by Revenue Category
    • Hardware
    • Software
    • Services
  • Shipments by Level
    • Level I
    • Level II
    • Level III
  • Shipments by Customer Type
  • Shipments by Sales Channel

Industry Participants

The research identifies all relevant suppliers serving this market.

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