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Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Market Report - UK 2013-2025 Analysis 

  • January 2013
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  • AMA Research
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  • 49 pages

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AMA Research are pleased to announce the publication of the 1st Edition of AMA Research’s brand new report, “Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Market Report - UK 2012-2025 Analysis”, which focuses on providing a comprehensive and up to date review of the structure of the electric vehicle charging market in 2012.

Key issues analysed include:

Market value and forecast growth to 2025
Legislation
Industry Initiatives
Fuel Costs
Major Charging Networks
Product Mix
Location of Infrastructure
Electric Vehicle Market Trends

Supply Structure and Leading Players

The market for EV charging infrastructure is still in the very early stages of development and is hugely dependent on Government funding via schemes such as Plugged in Places, the introduction of which saw the market boom as the government sought to boost EV uptake through reducing range-anxiety by improving visibility of the charging network. It is estimated that by the end of March 2012, more than 3,000 charging points had been installed, including publicly accessible, domestic and private workplace points, 1,673 of which were delivered via Plugged in Places and of which, 60% are publicly accessible.

This unique market research report answers the need for both a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the charging station products and represents an invaluable guide to the overall market for sales and marketing professionals involved in the electric vehicle industry. Focusing on market size and trends, product mix, supply and future prospects, the report is informative and will facilitate operational and strategic decision-making processes.

Areas of particular interest include:

Review of the leading manufacturers and supply chain.
Analysis of the type and location of charging infrastructure.
Review of the major public networks of charging stations.
Analysis of size and trends within the Electric Vehicle market.

Companies included:-

ABB, APT Technologies, Chargemaster, Chargepoint Services, Charging Solutions, Cooper Industries, DBT, Eaton Electric, Elektromotive, Energy Solutions, Epyon BV, General Electric (GE), Hager UK, Honeywell International, Legrand Electric UK, Leviton, Mennekes, Novar ED&S, Pod Point, Reuben Power, Rittal, Rolec Services, RWE, Schneider Electric UK, Siemens, Switch EV.

Key areas of coverage in the report include:-

ELECTRIC CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE MARKET

Total Electric Charging Infrastructure market – analysis of size by value, trends and market characteristics.
Product Mix – by volume 2012 and a review of key market influences.
Future prospects and forecasts of market performance to 2025 and key influencing factors.
KEY MARKET TRENDS AND INFLUENCES

Information about legislation, standards and industrial initiatives affecting the market.
Analysis of fuel costs and traditional re-fuelling infrastructure.
Product analysis by type of charge station and consideration of those under construction.
REVIEW OF ELECTRIC VEHICLE MARKET

Total Electric Charging Infrastructure market – analysis of size by value, trends and market characteristics.
Product Mix – by volume 2012 and a review of key market influences.
Future prospects and forecasts of market performance to 2025 and key influencing factors
MANUFACTURER REVIEW

Structure of the Charging Infrastructure Supply chain.
Leading Charging Station and Electrical component manufacturer Profiles – products, origins, characteristics, key sectors and capabilities.The market for EV charging infrastructure is still in the very early stages of development and is hugely dependent on Government funding via schemes such as Plugged in Places, the introduction of which saw the market boom as the government sought to boost EV uptake by reducing range anxiety through improved visibility of the charging network.

It is thought that by the end of March 2012, more than 3,000 charging points had been installed, including publicly accessible, domestic and private workplace points, 1,673 of which were delivered via Plugged in Places and of which 60% are publicly accessible.

The lack of standardisation of components and technology has a significant impact on growth; range anxiety remains a concern and the mix of current systems represents a deterrent to uptake.

The Government has made more than £400 million of funding available to promote uptake of ultra-low emission vehicle technologies. The Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) is responsible for running the allocation of this funding through Plugged in Car, Plugged in Van and Plugged in Places grants.

Standard chargers account for more than half the market by volume. These require no alterations to the electricity supply making them quick to install and less costly and therefore ideal for quickly boosting visibility and widening access in the early stages of the market. Fast chargers represent a further significant proportion of market volume.

Most electric vehicles are expected to be charged at home or at work. However, a wide infrastructure of publicly accessible points is being developed. The majority of these, 38%, are currently located in public car parks and on-street parking to maximise visibility, with commercial premises and garages, particularly car sales forecourts, also offering a significant resource as manufacturers attempt to bolster vehicle sales. The majority of points are located around the 8 PIP networks, with subsidised products in these areas boosting development and a greater level of marketing and promotion focused on these regions.

Manufacturers and suppliers of EV charging infrastructure products enter the market at all stages of the supply chain and address different elements within it. For example, a number of large electrical companies manufacture all elements and components of the charging stations, integrate relevant software and provide installation services. Alternatively, there are specialists who integrate software into hardware manufactured by other companies as well as companies which market and install products only.

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