European Electric Truck Charging Infrastructure Growth Opportunities

European Electric Truck Charging Infrastructure Growth Opportunities

Focus on Expanding Charging Infrastructure and Emergence of Ultra-fast Charging Accelerate Shift Toward Electric Commercial Vehicles

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15-Jul-2022
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Europe
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Research Code: PC41-01-00-00-00
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With stringent emission norms and government incentives, electrification is poised to take off in Europe’s commercial vehicle segment. Technology advancements in battery and charging stations present huge opportunities for value chain participants. This study provides strategic insights on the European electric truck charging infrastructure covering different types of chargers, the policies and legislation, and estimates on the total number of chargers required to cater to the increasing energy demand from EV trucks. Among the charging types, plug-in charging is widely used across EV segments. Major players are developing up to 350 kW ultra-fast DC chargers to charge electric medium- and heavy-duty trucks. The next wave of charging technology, with more than 1 MW capacity, is under development by OEMs and charging equipment manufacturers. The study briefly discusses the deployment of charging infrastructure to recharge electric trucks. There are 3 types of charging facilities?Destination, Depot, and En route?to ensure adequate charging infrastructure availability and cater to different truck operation demands. Depot/destination charging will be the most preferred charging type across applications due to its lower cost of use; however, with increased charger power, en route charging will also gain popularity. Frost & Sullivan’s analysis predicts that Europe’s electric truck population will cross 5.8 million units by 2030, creating a huge demand for electric vehicle charging equipment. It is estimated that ~335,000 chargers will be required (depending on utilization levels) to cater to the energy demand of 5.8 million trucks in 2030.

Author: Christus Divyan

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Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Electric Truck Charging Infrastructure Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Electric Trucks in Operation—2022, 2025 and 2030

Types of Charging Solutions

Technology Roadmap

Types of Charging During Truck Operation

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Value Chain

Research Scope

Powertrain Technology Segmentation

Definitions

Research Aims and Objectives

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Popular Charging Modes

Plug-in Charging

Pantograph Charging

Induction Charging

Charger and Socket Types

EV Charging Infrastructure and Plug Type Specifications

Standards and Legislation for EV Charging

EU Policies on Alternative Fuel Infrastructure

Investments in Alternative Fuel Infrastructure

Incentives: Germany

Incentives: Rest of Europe

Electric Truck Market Forecast: New Sales

Electric Truck Market Forecast: Vehicles in Operation (VIOs)

Electric Truck Charging Infrastructure Deployment Roadmap

Use Case Analysis for Deployment Types

EV Charging Infrastructure Value Chain: Major Participants

EV Charging Infrastructure Value Chain: Flow of Value Chain

Charging Infrastructure: Charging Station Installation Costs

Charging Infrastructure Investments: Participants

Ownership Models

Key OEM Partnerships

Total Chargers Required: Low Utilization and High Utilization Scenarios

Supplier Profile: ABB

Supplier Profile: Siemens

Supplier Profile: Eaton

Supplier Profile: EVBox

Supplier Profile: Schneider Electric

4 Key Takeaways

Growth Opportunity 1: Competence of Charging Technology Vital for Market Growth

Growth Opportunity 1: Competence of Charging Technology Vital for Market Growth (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Expanding Revenue Opportunities for Value Chain Participant Growth

Growth Opportunity 2: Expanding Revenue Opportunities for Value Chain Participant Growth (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Increased OEM Partnerships with Charging Infrastructure Participants for Quicker Technology Adoption

Growth Opportunity 3: Increased OEM Partnerships with Charging Infrastructure Participants for Quicker Technology Adoption (continued)

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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With stringent emission norms and government incentives, electrification is poised to take off in Europe’s commercial vehicle segment. Technology advancements in battery and charging stations present huge opportunities for value chain participants. This study provides strategic insights on the European electric truck charging infrastructure covering different types of chargers, the policies and legislation, and estimates on the total number of chargers required to cater to the increasing energy demand from EV trucks. Among the charging types, plug-in charging is widely used across EV segments. Major players are developing up to 350 kW ultra-fast DC chargers to charge electric medium- and heavy-duty trucks. The next wave of charging technology, with more than 1 MW capacity, is under development by OEMs and charging equipment manufacturers. The study briefly discusses the deployment of charging infrastructure to recharge electric trucks. There are 3 types of charging facilities―Destination, Depot, and En route―to ensure adequate charging infrastructure availability and cater to different truck operation demands. Depot/destination charging will be the most preferred charging type across applications due to its lower cost of use; however, with increased charger power, en route charging will also gain popularity. Frost & Sullivan’s analysis predicts that Europe’s electric truck population will cross 5.8 million units by 2030, creating a huge demand for electric vehicle charging equipment. It is estimated that ~367,000 chargers will be required (depending on utilization levels) to cater to the energy demand of 5.8 million trucks in 2030. Author: Christus Divyan
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