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Global EV Charger Industry, Standardization Trend and Market Forecast (2014~2023)
  • Publishing Date : 2016-08-17
  • Published cycle : Special
  • Page :  528p
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 Governments around the world are strengthening regulations on environmentally harmful gases emitted from vehicles and at the same time making policies to introduce PEVs (Plug in EV: PHEV, BEV), which are environmentally friendly. Therefore, the governments are supplying slow and fast chargers to establish public charging infrastructure mainly in big cities. In case of Japan, they have announced ambitious plans in January 2013 to distribute 100,000 units of chargers in a year not only for distributing EVs but also for promoting industry growth. Due to government-lead establishments of public charging infrastructure (Non-Residential Level 2) and distribution of domestic chargers (Residential Level 1) from continuous personal purchases of EVs, the market for EV chargers is expected to grow from 374,000 units in volume in 2014 to 13.87 million in 2023, with CAGR of 49%. Also, in terms of sales, the market is expected to grow 12 times from 600 million USD in 2014 to 7.58 billion USD in 2023.



Meanwhile, the majority of standards for faster chargers, distribution of which is gradually expanding recently for reducing charging time, were mainly by CHAdeMO of Japan, but recently European and US automobile manufacturers are independently coming up with standards for combo-type chargers. Therefore, there may be a division in EV charging standards and producers are competing to take leadership in the EV market. Also, China is making charging standards to protect local industry and market. 

 

 

 

 

 This report will provide detailed information on standardization trends, businesses and products of EV producers, plans to distribute EV and charging infrastructure, and global EV and charger markets by technology, type, and country. Readers can expect to grasp the current charger technologies, industry standards, and market trends by reading this report.  

 

 

This report has the following strong points.

Analysis of development trends of EV charger element technologies

Understanding of standardization trends of EV chargers of various countries

Understanding of plans and current situations of EV and charger infrastructures of various countries 

 Forecast of global EV and charger markets (2014~2023)

 

 

- Contents - 


Part. 1

1. The Understanding of Electric Vehicles(HEV, PHEV, BEV) 

1.1. The overview of Electric Vehicles

1.2. The Electric Vehicle Technology

1.2.1. HEV

1.2.1.1. HEV Classification for the power transmission system

1.2.1.2. HEV/PHEV Classification with the utilization of the motor

1.2.2. PHEV

1.2.3. BEV

2. The Understanding of Charging Technology for EV(PHEV, BEV)

2.1. Introduction of Charging Infrastructure for EV

2.1.1. The overview of Charging Infrastructure for EV

2.1.2. The concepts of Charging Infrastructure

2.1.2.1. Korea

2.1.2.2. USA 

2.1.2.3. Japan

2.2. The charger for EV

2.2.1. The Overview

2.2.2. The Components of the Charger

2.2.3. The Charge mode of EV

2.3. The Charging Methods

2.3.1. Conductive Method

2.3.2. Inductive Method

2.4. The Type of Charger

2.4.1. DC Charging

2.4.2. AC Slow Charging

2.4.3. AC Fast Charging 

2.4.4. Battery Exchanging

2.5 The Charging Time

2.5.1. EV Range by EV Models

2.5.2 Chargin time for the charging power by EV Models/Battery Capacity

3. The Charger Technology for EV(PHEV, BEV)

3.1. The Power Conversion Technology

3.2. The Control Technology

3.3. The Monitoring Technology

3.4. The Vehicle Interface

3.4.1. The Vehicle Interface of DC Charger

3.4.1.1. The Vehicle Interface of Japan

3.4.1.2. The Vehicle Interface of Korea

3.4.2. The Vehicle Interface of AC Charger

3.4.2.1. SAE J1772

3.4.2.2. IEC 62196

3.5. The Metering of Power

3.6. The Safety Device

3.7. User Interface

3.8. User Recognization and Billing/Payment

3.9. Operating System Integration

4. Impact of the electricity supply for the charger infrastructure

4.1. EV Supply Scenario

4.2. Electricity demand influence by scenario

4.3. The impact on the load pattern

4.4. The impact on the supply configuration

4.5. The impact on local demand

 

5. The standardization trend of charger for EV(PHEV, BEV)

5.1. IEC International Standardization

5.1.1. Charging System

5.1.2. Charging Interface

5.1.3. Charging Communication

5.2. USA Standardization

5.2.1. Charging Interface

5.2.2. Charging Communication

5.3. EU Standardization

5.3.1. EV Charging Mode

5.3.2. Charging Interface

5.3.3. Charging Communication

5.4. Others

5.4.1. China

5.4.2. Japan

Part. 2

6. EV and Charging Infrastructure Planging by courntry

6.1. Korea

6.1.1. Supply Plan

6.1.2. Incentives

6.1.3. Case

6.2. Japan

6.2.1. Supply Plan

6.2.2. Incentives

6.2.3. Case

6.3. China

6.3.1. Supply Plan

6.3.2. Incentives

6.3.3. Case

6.3.3.1. Beijing

6.3.3.2. Changchun

6.3.3.3. Chengdu

6.3.3.4. Chongqing

6.3.3.5. Guangzhou

6.3.3.6. Hangzhou

6.3.3.7. Hefei

6.3.3.8. Shanghai

6.3.3.9. Shenzhen

6.3.3.10. Suzhou

6.3.3.11. Tianjin

6.3.3.12. Wuhan

6.3.3.13. Demonstration projects for new energy automotive supply

6.4. USA

6.4.1. Supply Plan

6.4.2. Incentives

6.4.3. Case

6.5. Germany

6.5.1. Supply Plan

6.5.2. Incentives

6.5.3. Case

6.6. France

6.6.1. Supply Plan

6.6.2. Incentives

6.6.3. Case

6.7. Netherland

6.7.1. Supply Plan

6.7.2. Incentives

6.7.3. Case

6.8. Israel

6.8.1. Supply Plan

6.8.2. Incentives

6.8.3. Case

6.9. UK

6.9.1. Supply Plan

6.9.2. Incentives

6.10. Denmark

6.10.1. Supply Plan

6.10.2. Incentives

6.11. Austria

6.11.1. Supply Plan

6.11.2. Incentives

6.12. Switzerland

6.12.1. Supply Plan

6.12.2. Incentives

6.13. Spain

6.13.1. Supply Plan

6.13.2. Incentives

6.14. Italy

6.14.1. Supply Plan

6.14.2. Incentives

6.15. Finland

6.15.1. Supply Plan

6.16. Hongkong

Part.3

 

7. The products and trend by Charger Manufacturer for EV

7.1. Korea

7.1.1. Hyosung

7.1.2. LS Cable & System

7.1.3. LS IS Co., Ltd

7.1.4. PNE Solution

7.1.5. KODI-S

7.1.6. Signet Systems Inc.

7.1.7. LG CNS

7.1.8. JoongAng Control Co., Ltd

7.2. Japan

7.2.1. HASETEC

7.2.2. Nissan

7.2.3. Takaoka

7.2.4. NS-ELEX

7.2.5. JFE Engineering

7.2.6. Fuji Electric

7.2.7 Kikusui

7.2.8. Nichicon

7.2.9. GS YUASA

7.3. China & Taiwan

7.3.1. BYD

7.3.2. DELTA

7.3.3. AC Power Corp

7.4. USA & Canada

7.4.1. AeroVironment

7.4.2. GE

7.4.3. Ecotality

7.4.4. Coulomb Technologies

7.4.5. EATON

7.5. Europe

7.5.1. ABB

7.5.2 Schneider

7.5.3 Efacec

7.5.4 DBT CEV

7.5.5. Siemens

8. Market forecast of global EV Charger (2014~2023)

8.1. Market forecast of global EV (2014~2023)

8.1.1. Market forecast of global EV by type (2014~2023)

8.1.2. Market forecast of global EV by country (2014~2023)

8.2. Market forecast of global EVCharger (2014~2023)

8.2.1. Market forecast of global EVCharger by type (2014~2023)

8.2.2. Market forecast of global EVCharger by country (2014~2023)

8.3. The prices forecast of global EVCharger (2014~2023)

8.4.The revenue forecast of global EVCharger (2014~2023)

8.4.1. The revenue forecast of global EVCharger by type (2014~2023)

8.4.2. The revenue forecast of global EVCharger by country (2014~2023)

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