This research service focuses on the North American market for charging infrastructure related to electric vehicles. This research service focuses on residential, public and semi-public charging. The elements take into account four different levels of charging: level 1, level 2, DC charging, and induction charging. The study also provides key market breakdown, trends, drivers, restraints, and challenges impacting important markets in United States and Canada regarding electric vehicle charging infrastructure. The study also provides crucial conclusions, recommendations and business opportunity analysis.

Project Aim and Objectives
Project Aim
The objective of this research is to analyze the current status and the future outlook of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in the North American market. The study also analyzes the impact of EVs on the total charging infrastructure market.
The main objectives of this study are to provide:
•The market status and future trends (market drivers and industry challenges)
•Product pricing analysis
•Business model analysis
•Market size and forecast assessment
•Analysis of the competitive environment and case study
System Definition
•A mix of public and private charging infrastructure is required to support the fleet of EVs.
•It is assumed that at least one private charging station is sold with every EV purchased. The number of public charging stations required depends on the number of stations privately installed at offices and other locations such as on the street and at leisure establishments.
•The manufacture of charging stations, the installation of charging stations, and the maintenance of stations are the three sources of revenues for the charging station industry.
•The impact of EVs and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) on the electricity grid and utility-generating capacity to handle a rise in electricity demand, assuming that demand for charging would be targeted for off-peak periods.
•Development of renewable energy sources at the point of charge to provide energy for charging.

Table Of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Definition and Scope 9
Executive Summary 17
North American EV Charging Station Technology and Market Analysis 30
Business Case Scenario Analysis 58
In-depth Analysis of Charging Infrastructure Market in North America 66
Strategic Analysis of Level 1 (120V) Charging Stations 85
Strategic Analysis of Level 2 (240V) Charging Stations 92
Strategic Analysis of Direct Current (DC) Charging 99
Strategic Analysis of Inductive Charging 107
Strategic Analysis of Solar-Powered Charging Stations 114
Strategic Analysis of Battery Switch Stations 118
Analysis of Vehicle to Grid Communication and Accessories for Charging Infrastructure 121
Competitor Profiling 130
Current Vehicle Parking Trends 139
Key Conclusions and Strategic Recommendations 144
The Frost and Sullivan Story 150

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