Strategic Technology and Market Analysis of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure in Europe

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This research service focuses on the European market for charging infrastructure related to electric vehicles. This research service focuses on residential, public, and semi-public charging. Different levels of charging are discussed: Mode 1, Mode 2, Mode 3, DC charging, and inductive charging. The study also provides key market breakdown, trends, drivers, restraints, and challenges impacting the market in Europe regarding electric vehicle charging infrastructure. The study also provides crucial conclusions, recommendations, and business opportunity analysis. The base year is 2011.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsExecutive Summary—Key Findings (continued)Executive Summary—Key Findings and Future Outlook Executive Summary—Key Countries Executive Summary—Comparative AnalysisExecutive Summary—Market ScenarioExecutive Summary—CHAdeMO vs. Combo Connector Executive Summary—CHAdeMO vs. Combo Connector (continued) Executive Summary—Market Forecast Executive Summary—Forecast AssumptionsExecutive Summary—Business Model Research Scope, Objectives, Background and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey OEM/Participant Groups Compared in this StudyDefinitionsDefinitions—Charging ModeDefinitions—Electrical Specifications of EV Charging Definitions—Charging Station Location Definitions—Communication Definitions—Base Essentials of a Charging StationChallenges, Drivers and Restraints—Total Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure MarketIndustry Challenges Drivers and Restraints Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Market Drivers Drivers ExplainedElectric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedTotal Market Overview and ForecastMarket Overview—Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Market Overview—Market Opportunity Map Market Overview—Global Electric Vehicle Demand AnalysisMarket Overview—EV Breakdown by RegionMarket Overview—Charging Station Forecast Market Overview—Charging Station Forecast (continued)Market Overview—Influential Factors Market Overview—Forecast AssumptionsMarket Overview—Forecast Scenario Assumptions until 2019Market Overview—Forecast Scenario Assumptions until 2019 (continued)Market Overview—Sales Volume Scenario AnalysisMarket Overview—Upcoming TrendsMarket Overview—Cost Analysis Market Overview—EV Charging Station Manufacturers and Operators Market Overview—EV Charging Station Manufacturers and Operators (continued) Market Overview—Advantages and DisadvantagesMarket Overview—Essential Products for EV Charging StationTelematics and e-Mobility IT Platform for Electric VehiclesTelematics and e-Mobility—Introduction to IT Mobility PlatformsTelematics and e-Mobility—IT Mobility Platform Services Overview Telematics and e-Mobility—Features of the SoftwareTelematics and e-Mobility—Comparative Analysis of FeaturesTelematics and e-Mobility—ObjectivesTelematics and e-Mobility—Apps for Charging Infrastructure Telematics and e-Mobility—Case Study Market Overview For Leading Countries in Europe For EVs Charging InfrastructureSnapshot of Leading Countries in Charging Station Infrastructure in EuropeCountry Analysis—Charging Station InstallationsCountry Analysis—Charging Station Installations (continued) Country Analysis—Infrastructure in Denmark Country Analysis—Existing Business Model in DenmarkCountry Analysis—Charging Station Installations Country Analysis—Key ParticipantsCountry Analysis—Infrastructure in FranceCountry Analysis—Existing Business Model in France: Distributor Country Analysis—Charging Station InstallationsCountry Analysis—Strategic PartnershipsCountry Analysis—Key ParticipantsCountry Analysis—Infrastructure in Germany Country Analysis—Charging Station InstallationsCountry Analysis—Strategic PartnershipsCountry Analysis—Key ParticipantsCountry Analysis—Infrastructure in ItalyCountry Analysis—Infrastructure and Partnerships in Italy Country Analysis—Charging Station InstallationsCountry Analysis—Infrastructure in the Netherlands Country Analysis—Infrastructure in the Netherlands (continued)Country Analysis—Charging Station InstallationsCountry Analysis—Key ParticipantsCountry Analysis—Infrastructure in NorwayCountry Analysis—Charging Station Installations Country Analysis—Key ParticipantsCountry Analysis—PortugalCountry Analysis—Infrastructure in Portugal Country Analysis—Charging Station Installations Country Analysis—Key ParticipantsCountry Analysis—Infrastructure in Spain Country Analysis—Charging Station Installations Country Analysis—Strategic Partnerships Country Analysis—Key ParticipantsCountry Analysis—Infrastructure in SwedenCountry Analysis—Charging Station InstallationsCountry Analysis—Key ParticipantsCountry Analysis—Infrastructure in the United Kingdom Country Analysis—Charging Station Installations Country Analysis—Strategic Partnerships Country Analysis—Key ParticipantsCharging Station Infrastructure Standards and Regulations Connector Standards—Types of Charging Stations Connector Standards—CHAdeMO vs. Combo ConnectorConnector Standards—Expected Launch of EVs with Connector TypesConnector Standards—Scenario 1Connector Standards—Scenario 2Connector Standards—Power ClassificationConnector Standards—Expected Power Classification Business Case Scenario AnalysisBusiness Case—Charging Ecosystem Business Case—Business Opportunities Business Case—Smart Charging Station Business Case—Pricing for EV Charging Business Case—Case StudyBusiness Case—Comparative Analysis Business Case—Electric Vehicle Charging ManagementBusiness Case—Subscription Model Business Case—Pay-as-you-go ModelBusiness Case—On-going Subscription Packages Business Case—On-going Subscription Packages (continued) Business Case—On-going Subscription Packages (continued) Comparative Analysis—North America and EuropeComparative Analysis—Implementation of Charging Infrastructure Comparative Analysis—North America and Europe Comparative Analysis—Incentive Structure Comparative Analysis—Business ModelsComparative Analysis—Key ParticipantsEmerging Concepts for EV Charging—Inductive Charging, Solar Charging, and Battery Switch StationEmerging Concepts—Inductive Charging Stations Emerging Concepts—Advantages and Disadvantages for Inductive Charging Emerging Concepts—Evolution of Inductive ChargingEmerging Concepts—Market Developments Emerging Concepts—Technical SpecificationsEmerging Concepts—Opportunity Analysis Emerging Concepts—Solar Charging Stations Emerging Concepts—Battery Switch Stations Emerging Concepts—Advantages and Disadvantages for Battery Switch Stations: Emerging Concepts—Better Place Case Study Vehicle-to-GridVehicle to Grid—ExpectationsVehicle to Grid—Barriers to ImplementationVehicle to Grid—Smart Meters Vehicle to Grid—Smart Meter InstallationCompetitor ProfilesCompetitor Profile—ABB B.VCompetitor Profile—Schneider ElectricCompetitor Profile—SiemensCompetitor Profile—KEBA AGCompetitor Profile—CircutorCompetitor Profile—Circutor (continued)Competitor Profile—RWECompetitor Profile—RWE (continued)Competitor Profile—Chargemaster PLC and AlpiqCompetitor Profile—Better Place and PodpointCompetitor Profile—ElektromotiveCompetitor Profile—Elektromotive and Charging Solutions Ltd. Strategic Conclusions and Future OutlookStrategic Alliances Key Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedLearn More—Next StepsRelevant ResearchMarket Engineering Methodology




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