After a phase of hesitation and uncertainty, the situation has changed: The impression arises that the proliferation of EVs and corresponding charging infrastructure simply cannot progress quickly enough for everybody.
In a nutshell – the EV charging infrastructure market is about to boom.
- The amount of public charge points is expected to multiply 17-fold from 175,000 by the end of 2019 up to 3 million by 2030 across the EU.
- Private charging will by far remain the primary place to charge, whereby charging at work will substitute charging at home to a certain degree.
- EV charging infrastructure in Europe is quickly evolving to a major market with an estimated volume of EUR 60 billion till 2030; three-quarters of this amount is estimated to be invested in the private charging infrastructure market, i.e. at charging home or at work.
- Traditional players from the automotive, utilities, energy, and oil & gas sectors force their way into the EV charging market through M&A, driven by their quest for exploring new business models and participating in a soaring new huge market.
The report gives information on the latest trends in the EV charging industry, incl. but not limited to the following market topics: current state of play, market overview, market segments, value chain and business models, and last but not least an overview of the M&A landscape in this area.