Strategic Analysis of the Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure in South Korea

Number of Charging Stations to Reach 90,000 by 2020

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The electric vehicle charging infrastructure in South Korea is expected to grow considerably, encouraged by government funding and incentives but high costs of installation and new technology weaken the value proposition. Moreover, the business models of hardware manufacturers and service providers have not yet been defined, as the EV market is in a nascent stage. This study is a strategic analysis of the EV charging infrastructure market in South Korea during 2013–2020. It focuses on standards and regulations, market overview, challenges, drivers and restraints, forecasts and trends, test site of EV and ICT collaboration, business model analysis, test certification for EV charging system, and strategic concl

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsMarket Engineering MeasurementsElectric Vehicle Charging InfrastructureCharging Station ForecastForecast AssumptionsBusiness ModelKey Findings and Future OutlookResearch Scope, Objectives, Background and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyDefinitions and SegmentationSegmentation—EV Charging InfrastructureDefinitions—Charging Infrastructure Specifications and FeaturesDefinitions—Charging Infrastructure Specifications and Features (continued)Definitions—Charging ModeDefinitions—Charging Station LocationDefinitions—Charging Station Location (continued)Definitions—CommunicationDefinitions—Base Essentials of a Charging StationCharging Station Infrastructure Standards and Regulations Standardization of Charging SystemConnector Standards—For AC Conductive ChargingConnector Standards—For DC Conductive ChargingConnector Standards—CHAdeMO versus Combo ConnectorConnector Standards—EVs with Connector Types for the FutureHSPLC (AMI PLC) versus HPGP Mutual Coexistence IssueMarket OverviewElectric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Market Opportunity Map Subsidies by the Government Cost Analysis EV Charging Station Manufacturers and Operators Essential Products for EV Charging StationChallenges, Drivers and Restraints—Total EV Charging Infrastructure MarketIndustry ChallengesMarket DriversDrivers ExplainedMarket RestraintsRestraints ExplainedForecasts and Trends—Total EV Charging Infrastructure MarketMarket Engineering MeasurementsEV Sales Breakdown by Technology TypeEV Sales Breakdown by Technology TypeCharging Stations Forecast by Charging TypeForecast Scenario Assumptions to 2020Forecast Scenario Assumptions to 2020 (continued)Revenue Forecast by Charging TypePricing Trends and ForecastTest Site for EV and ICT CollaborationJeju Island & Younggwang Province—EV Operating Test SiteVehicle and ICT CollaborationEV Telematics ServiceEV Telematics—Introduction to IT Mobility PlatformsTelematics and e-Mobility—IT Mobility Platform Services OverviewTelematics and e-Mobility—Features of the SoftwareTelematics and e-Mobility—ObjectivesEV and Smart Grid V2X Communication V2X Communication—Opportunity Analysis Business Model AnalysisTotal EV Charging Infrastructure Market—Value Chain Total EV Charging Infrastructure Market—Business ModelsTotal EV Charging Infrastructure Market—Business Models (continued)Total EV Charging Infrastructure Market—Business Models (continued)Business Case—Parking Management System with Charging SystemBusiness Case—EV Charging Infrastructure Service OperatorBusiness Case—Subscription Model Business Case—Pay-as-you-go Model Business Case—Comparative Analysis Test Certification for EV Charging System Test Certification Structure of Electric Appliances Safety Control Act for EV Charging Systems Summary of Electric Appliances Safety Management for EV Charging SystemEmerging Concepts—Solar Powered Charging StationsConclusions and Future Outlook—Total EV Charging Infrastructure Market Key Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedLearn More—Next StepsRelevant ResearchMarket Engineering Methodology

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