Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Market Report - UK 2016-2020 Analysis

Mar 03, 2016, 18:18 ET from ReportBuyer

LONDON, March 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2nd edition of the 'Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Market Report – UK 2016-2020 Analysis' provides a comprehensive and up-to-date review of the structure of the electric vehicle charging market. This unique report provides both a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the 'charging station products' market and focusing on market size and trends, product mix, supply and future prospects, the report will facilitate operational and strategic decision making processes.

Key sections covered:

- Market size by value - and forecast growth to 2020.
- Industry initiatives - grants, key market trends and influences.
- Major charging networks - public and private.
- Product mix - rapid, fast and standard.
- Location of infrastructure.
- Electric vehicle market overview - key trends, registration volumes etc.
- Supply structure and leading players.

Key areas of insight include:

- Rapid growth of infrastructure in 2013-2015 – projections to 2020.
- Review of the leading manufacturers and supply chain.
- Analysis of the charging infrastructure – Rapid, Fast, Standard – 2015 mix, switch to 'rapid'.
- Review of the major networks of charging stations – public/private (Polar, Ecotricity, GMEV, CYC etc), locations (carparks, service stations, retail, hotels/leisure, commercial etc.).
- Analysis of size and trends within the electric vehicle market - projections to 2020.

Key areas covered in the report include:

ELECTRIC CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE MARKET
- Total electric charging infrastructure market – analysis of market size by value 2010-2015, trends.
- Key influencing factors – Plugged in Places scheme, development of OCPP and market characteristics.
- Future prospects and forecasts of market performance to 2020 and key influencing factors.

REVIEW OF ELECTRIC VEHICLE MARKET
- Growth of electric vehicle market – electric & hybrid registrations 2010-2015 volumes – forward projections 2016-2020.
- Volumes of major manufacturers – leading models, changing mix of hybrid and electric cars etc.
- Mix between cars, light & heavy goods, motorcycles, mix between plug in hybrids, batteries.
- Review of key issues - legislation, standards and industrial initiatives affecting the market – battery swaps, inductive charging, Vehicle to Grid (V2G) technology, standardisation of components and technology etc.
- Analysis of fuel costs and traditional re-fuelling infrastructure.

KEY MARKET TRENDS AND INFLUENCES
- Total electric charging infrastructure market – analysis of size by value, trends and market characteristics.
- Product analysis by type of charge station – 2015 Mix of Rapid, Fast and Standard - changing trends, switch to 'rapid', market drivers – mix in development etc.
- Review of key market influences – funding support/grants, customer EV range requirements and driving distances, fleet buyers, London EV Delivery Plan.
- Regional mix of publicly accessible charge points in 2012-2015 – alternative schemes, providers, variations between regions.
- Review of key networks – public and private. Location of Networks – mix between Car Parks/street parking, Garage/Service stations, Leisure/Hotels, Commercial, Retail etc – changing trends, future changes, key drivers.
- Future prospects and forecasts of market performance to 2020 and key influencing factors.

MANUFACTURER REVIEW
- Structure of the charging infrastructure supply chain, key players in the market.
- Charging stations, components, software solutions etc - Chargemaster, Ecotricity etc – new market entrants.
- Leading charging station and electrical component manufacturer profiles – products, origins, characteristics, key sectors and capabilities.
- Evolving market structure.
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