In the next 10 years, demand for EV charging points is likely to grow by 40% to more than 35 million units in Europe alone.

EV charging plays a crucial role in the transition towards cleaner transportation. Although adoption of EVs is increasing, the lack of charging infrastructure and range anxiety remain a major headwind to the growth of this market, requiring significant investment in the years ahead. European and domestic regulators have implemented different measures to accelerate the transition to e-mobility, notably subsidies and deadlines for the phasing out of internal combustion engines (ICEs). The availability and accessibility of charging infrastructure across private and public spheres is a fundamental pre-requisite.

Following widespread research, including contact with companies across the EV ecosystem this whitepaper focuses on the three main segments of EV charging: original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), charging point operators (CPOs) and e-Mobility service providers (e-MSPs). This paper also identifies what we consider to be the next technological disruptions in the EV charging market: smart charging, data aggregators and next-gen batteries. These innovations will allow new business models to develop, such as vehicle-to-grid (V2G) and vehicle-to-home (V2H) charging.

Download this whitepaper to find out more about this exciting growth sector that is accelerating the adoption of EVs and the shift to cleaner transportation.

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