Dublin, Nov. 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “EV Charging Infrastructure in the US Report” has been added to the ResearchAndMarkets.com’s an offering.
The 200+ page report analyzes the market size and opportunity for EVs (four-wheeled and electric vehicles) and EV charging equipment.
It provides an overview of the current EV landscape and discusses federal and state policies being developed to promote EV adoption and develop charging systems. The report considers EV charging programs and leading service projects and reports on leading charging network operators.
Electric vehicles (EVs) are expected to dominate the US mobility market in the near future. The Federal Government has set a national target of achieving a 50 percent EV sales share and 500,000 EV chargers by 2030.
To support these objectives, large funding allocations and subsidy programs were made available under the Infrastructure Investments and Infrastructure Works Act (IIJA) and the newly created Incrementary Reduction Act (IRA). Several states have announced their own EV-related policies, subsidies, and rebate programs to promote EVs and install charging systems.
In response, utilities, EV manufacturers, network developers, and technology providers are working to build reliable, sustainable, and efficient charging infrastructure to meet consumers’ needs for safety and convenience.
This report is essential for any organization interested in the US EV Charging Infrastructure market – electric and power infrastructure; transmission and distribution system managers; charging station manufacturers and operators; charging technology and equipment manufacturers and suppliers; public transport authorities; transportation and urban planning professionals; commercial vehicle management companies; government and regulatory agencies; renewable energy producers; OEMs and EV manufacturers; ship management and operators; contractors, engineering consultants; research institutions and academia; financial institutions, legal professionals; etc.
The report has five parts.
Part 1 is an overview.
Part 2 of the report provides an overview of the EV market and charging infrastructure, discusses recent policy and regulatory announcements at the government level and by leading countries, analyzes the growth of the EV market EV and charging systems over the past ten years (2012-21), and provides forecasts and growth trends for the EV and charging systems market up to 2030.
Part 3 of the report presents the EV charging programs and projects of 20 leading utilities.
Part 4 of 10 reports charging infrastructure providers or charging point operators.
Part 5 of the report is an appendix. Includes information on sources and methods and a list of acronyms.
PART 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
PART 2: LEGAL METHODS, PRINCIPLES AND PROGRAMS, AND OUTLOOK.
2.1 EV MARKET AND LANDSCAPE
- Overview of the EV market
- Institutional framework for the EV industry
- E-mobility value chain
- Emerging business models of social charging
- Regional partnerships
2.2 IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FEDERAL POLICY
- Overview of federal policies and programs
- Government incentives for EVs and infrastructure
- BIL/IIJA financing programs for EV and EVSE
- NEVI Form Program
- Other financial programs
2.3 GOVERNMENT PROVISIONS, POLICY AND DATES
- Overview of government targets, policies and initiatives
- Policy measures by major countries
- New Jersey
- New York
2.4 USE OF TECHNOLOGY
- EV charging technologies
- AC and DC charging
- Smart charging technology
- Wireless charging
- Other charging solutions
- Software and platforms
- Network management
- Cooperation 91
- Big data analytics for EVs
2.5 GROWTH IN THE EV MARKET AND TECHNOLOGIES
- Electric vehicle sales growth, 2012-2021
- The growth of public procurement processes, 2012-2021
- Public charging infrastructure in the country
- Public charging facilities with network operator
- Important drivers
- Expected growth in the EV market, 2022-30
- Terms and conditions for charging systems, 2030
SECTION 3 EV SERVICES AND PROGRAMS FOR ALL SERVICES
3.1 SUMMARY OF SERVICE CLEANING DUTIES
- Important information about charging devices
3.2 SERVICE PLANS AND SPIRITS
- American Electric Power (AEP)
- Austin Energy
- By Edison
- Dominion Energy
- Duke Energy
- EXELON CORP
- FirstEnergy Group
- Florida Power and Light Company (FPL)
- The power of Georgia
- Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP)
- Community Grid
- New York Power Authority (NYPA)
- Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)
- Portland General Electric (PGE)
- Public Power and Gas Service (PSE&G)
- Puget Sound Energy (PSE)
- San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E)
- Southern California Edison (SCE)
- Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)
- Xcel Energy
Each application profile will contain EV charging data and information on:
- Plans and goals
- Services and offerings
- Fees and charges
PART 4: VISIT NETWORK EXPERIENCES
4.1 SUMMARY OF EV CHARGING NETWORK OPERATORS
4.2 STATEMENTS OF WORK
- Blink Network
- Electrify America
- EV Connect
- Each level will contain EV charging data and information on:
- Company Summary
- Plans and goals
- Recent events
SECTION 5: APPENDIX
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