LONDON, Sept. 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Currently, 4 different standards are being used by OEMs for DC charging, namely, CCS (1 and 2), CHAdeMO, and Tesla. CCS is used by more than 90% of German automakers, CHAdeMO has been adopted by Japanese OEMs, and Tesla is a proprietary charging standard for Tesla cars. The focus is on standardization and interoperability in the form of associations and partnerships, which will boost the market by implementing standardized business models across international borders. A standard has been approved across different geographies. The United States follows Combo Connector Standard (CCS) – 1 and Europe follows CCS – 2. CCS works for both AC and DC charging and has been adopted by over 70% of the OEMs in the EV industry. The Middle East has adopted the European standard type 2 connector for AC charging; however, the introduction of a combined charging system is still being debated. In terms of DC charging, CHAdeMO charging stations are being installed.
The aim of this research service is to provide an executive outlook of EV charging infrastructure across China, Europe, Japan, and the United States.
The objective of this study is to provide the following:
- A strategic overview of the trends that will influence the EV charging infrastructure market from 2015 to 2020
- A summary of the development of charging plugs and connectors across different geographies
- An outline of the standards adopted to develop charging stations by manufacturers and automakers
- A detailed description of different AC charging, DC charging, Tesla Supercharger, and CHAdeMO charging stations
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