出版：Juniper Research（ジュニパーリサーチ） 出版年月：2023年2月
EV CHARGING: KEY OPPORTUNITIES, REGIONAL ANALYSIS & MARKET FORECASTS 2023-2027
EV充電 : 重要機会、地域別分析、市場予測 2023-2027年
Juniper Research（ジュニパーリサーチ）「EV充電 : 重要機会、地域別分析、市場予測 2023-2027年 – EV CHARGING: KEY OPPORTUNITIES, REGIONAL ANALYSIS & MARKET FORECASTS 2023-2027」は電気自動車充電の世界市場を調査し、主要セグメント毎の分析、関連企業情報、2027年までの市場予測などを提供します。
Juniper Research found that in 2023, the revenue from EV charging was $66 billion; set to increase to $300 billion by 2027.
Juniper Research’s latest EV Charging research provides a detailed analysis of the entire evolving vehicle market. The report analyses the key drivers of the market, such as increasing government incentives for EV (Electric Vehicles) ownership, demand for EVs, rising EV sales and rapidly changing requirements for charging increasingly powerful EVs within the battery industry. Furthermore, the report focuses on how EV charging can be used at different locations, such as public charging and workplace charging, and how deployments are evolving across different form factors. Additionally, the research includes an extensive evaluation of 20 EV charging vendors via the Juniper Research Competitor Leaderboard.
The report covers current market opportunities, key recommendations and future prospects for annual growth. It also includes a comprehensive dataset for key EV charging metrics, featuring the total number of BEVs (Battery Electric Vehicles) and PHEVs (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles), the number of EV charging sessions, and the total value of the EV charging market based on hardware and service revenue.
These have the following data splits:
- Total Value of EV Charging Hardware Sales and Service Revenue
- Number of Charging Sessions, Split by:
- Home Charging
- Public Charging
- Workplace Charging
- Fleet Charging
- Total Number of BEVs, Split by:
- Consumer Vehicles
- Commercial Vehicles
- Total Number of PHEVs, Split by:
- Consumer Vehicles
- Commercial Vehicles
- This research suite comprises:
- Market Trends & Strategies (PDF)
- Competitor Leaderboard (PDF)
- Data & Forecasts (PDF & Excel)
- 12 Months’ Access to harvest Online Data Platform
- Market Dynamics: Insights into key trends and challenges for product developments and continued incentives within the EV charging market; addressing key challenges posed by the fragmentation of the EV charging market, potential benefits of increasing regulatory involvement, and analysing various locations of EV charging stations. It also includes a regional analysis of the current development of the EV charging market in 18 countries, as well as providing a future outlook.
- Key Takeaways & Strategic Recommendations: Analysis of key development opportunities and financial incentives within the EV charging market, accompanied by key strategic recommendations for stakeholders, including EV charging vendors and automotive OEMs.
- Benchmark Industry Forecasts: Includes forecasts for total revenue for EV charging, split by home charging, public charging, workplace charging and fleet charging. This data is further split by our 8 key forecast regions and 60 countries:
- North America:
- Canada, US
- Latin America:
- Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay
- West Europe:
- Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK
- Central & East Europe:
- Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine
- Far East & China:
- China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea
- Indian Subcontinent:
- Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan.
- Rest of Asia Pacific:
- Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam
- Africa & Middle East:
- Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Kenya, Kuwait, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates
- North America:
- Juniper Research Competitor Leaderboard: Key player capability, market position and capacity assessment for 20 EV charging vendors, via the Juniper Research Competitor Leaderboard, with major companies including:
- Blink Charging
- BP Pulse
- Delta Electronics
- Enel X
- EO Charging
- KEBA Group
- Pod Point
- Schneider Electric
- Siemens AG
- Webasto Group
KEY QUESTIONS ANSWERED
- What is the state of the EV charging market?
- What are the key drivers of the EV charging market?
- Which countries show the greatest adoption of EV vehicles and EV charging?
- Who are the largest vendors operating in the EV charging market?
- What will the total value of the EV charging market be between 2023 and 2027?
Included in Juniper Research Competitor Leaderboard: ABB, Blink Charging, BP Pulse, ChargePoint, Delta Electronics, Eaton, Efacec, Elmec, Enel X, EO Charging, EVBox, FLO, Garo, KEBA Group, Pod Point, Schneider Electric, Siemens AG, Tesla, Tritium, Webasto Group.
Mentioned: Accenture, Addison Lee, Allego, Allmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget, Amazon, Arrow Electronics, Aspern Smart City Research, Audi, Aviva, Bank of England, Baseload, Baseload Power Corporation, BKW Group Switzerland, BlueCorner, BlueLA, BMW, Carlex Glass Luxembourg SA, Center Parcs, Charge Across Town, Chargecloud, ChargeNet, Citrix Systems, CitySprint, DC-America, DHL, Digital Charging Solutions, E.ON, EDF, Element Fleet Management, Enel, Esri, Flexera, Fortinet, Fortinet, Gnewt, Green-G, Gridserve, Hydro-Quebec, Hyundai, IBM, Intel, Itron, Jaguar Land Rover, Kärnten Netz GmbH Austria, KIA, Lenovo, LEVC, Lidl, Mégatech Électro Inc, Mercedes-Benz, Microsoft, Miller Technology, Mitie, NCP, Nissan, Norlys, Ocado, Ontario Power Generation, Otto, Pepsico, Renault, SA Power Networks, Sainsbury’s, Salesforce, Scania, SemaConnect, Skanska, Solcon, Stellantis, Swiss Brown, Boveri & Cie, Target, Tenable Network Security, Tesco, The Mobility House, TNS, Uber, U-Go Stations, Unilever, ViriCiti, Volkswagen, Westfield, Whole Foods, Wipro, YourParkingSpace.
DATA & INTERACTIVE FORECAST
The report covers current market opportunities, key recommendations and future prospects for annual growth. It also includes a comprehensive dataset for key EV charging metrics, featuring the total number of BEVs (Battery Electric Vehicles) and PHEVs (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles), the number of EV charging sessions, and the total value of the EV charging market based on hardware and service revenue. These have the following data splits:
- Geographical splits: 60 countries
- Number of tables: Over 114 tables
- Number of datapoints: Over 52,000 datapoints
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EV CHARGING TO GENERATE $300 BILLION GLOBALLY BY 2027, AS SIEMENS RANKED MARKET LEADER
Hampshire, UK – 21st February 2023: A new study from Juniper Research has found that revenue from EV (Electric Vehicle) charging will exceed $300 billion globally by 2027; up from $66 billion in 2023.
The report, EV Charging: Key Opportunities, Regional Analysis & Market Forecasts 2023-2027, found that fragmentation in charging networks is restricting EV adoption.
Chargers are overwhelmingly located in urban areas; leading to widespread range anxiety among potential drivers. This is coupled with the difficulty of accessing charging points via different apps and cards, as well as the lack of standards for charging vehicles at the same rate. As such, EV charging networks must simplify access and work with local authorities to roll out chargers to a wider range of locations, or the EV market will struggle to accelerate.
Siemens Tops Juniper Research Competitor Leaderboard
The research assessed leading EV charging vendors and evaluated them on a number of criteria, including depth and breadth of offerings, innovation and future prospects; providing an extensive analysis of the competitive landscape in this dynamic market.
The Competitor Leaderboard ranked the three leading vendors as follows:
Research author Jordan Rookes explained further: “Siemens demonstrates an intricate knowledge of the market; targeting currently underserved segments, particularly public transport and fleets. Competing vendors must diversify their portfolio away from just home and public chargers, and start targeting alternative high-growth market segments to maximise their market share.”
Charging Vendors Must Leverage Loyalty to Differentiate
The research also predicts that by 2027, the total number of plug-in vehicles will surpass 137 million globally; up from 49 million in 2023. As this adoption grows, charging vendors must differentiate their services in a highly fragmented market. As such, it is important for EV charging vendors to target consumers as early as possible to build brand loyalty. Accordingly, vendors must develop strategic partnerships with automotive manufacturers, offering benefits such as discounted rates to encourage owners of certain EV brands to use their charging stations; helping EV charging vendors remain competitive.
1.Market Trends & Strategies Table of Contents
1.Key Takeaways & Strategic Recommendations
2.Competitor Leaderboard Table of Contents
3.Data & Forecasting Table of Contents
1.EV Charging Forecast Methodology
2.Electrified Vehicle Forecasts
3.Home Charging Forecasts
4.Public Charging Forecasts
5.Workplace Charging Forecasts
6.Fleet Charging Forecasts