North American e-Mobility: An Analysis of the North American Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Market

Date: September 1, 2010
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Publisher: Verify Markets LLC
Report type: Strategic Report
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North American e-Mobility: An Analysis of the North American Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Market
Market Definition by Product

Electric Vehicles (EV)

An EV, in this report, consist of two types of vehicles: a battery electric vehicle and a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle.

Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV)

In essence, an HEV is an electric vehicle that uses an onboard internal combustion engine linked to a motor/generator to drive the vehicle and/or recharge the batteries. There are several different types of hybrid-electric vehicles; some utilize gasoline and diesel engines, alternative fuels engines, gas turbines or fuel cells in conjunction with batteries.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE)

EVSE is a term used to describe EV chargers. This report deals specifically with level two and three chargers. Level one chargers will not be included in our analysis.

Level Two Chargers

Unless otherwise specified, the level two charger market consists of both residential and commercial chargers. Level two is a high-powered charging, which is 240 volts, 40 amps in the United States.

Level Three Chargers

Level three or DC fast chargers, charge at 480 volts, 400 amps with three-phase power. DC fast chargers in the market range from 30 KW to 250 KW.

Definitions

EVs mentioned in this study are primarily focused on passenger cars. Since EVs are not readily available in the market and most of the EVs planned to launch are of the passenger car market, this study will aim at analyzing the trends of EVs through the passenger car segment.

Revenues and Units Defined

Revenues mentioned in this study refers to standard U.S. Dollars. Costs incurred in other services, such as installation, revenue streams from use of the chargers themselves, and/or maintenance of the chargers, are not included.

Geographic Region Defined

Geographic regions covered by the e-mobility industry in North America include both the USA and Canada.
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

MARKET DEFINITIONS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Market Overview
Industry Challenges
Market Drivers and Restraints
Market Measurements
Demand Analysis
Forecast EV Sales (North America)
Competitive Structure
Strategic Conclusion

TOTAL NORTH AMERICAN E-MOBILITY MARKET

Market Overview
Industry Challenges
Market Drivers
Market Restraints
Forecast EV Sales (North America)
Competitive Structure
Battery Swapping
Smart Grid Technology
Standards and Regulations
Installation Costs
Pricing Trends: Level Two
Demand Analysis (End Users)
Level Two Sales by Country
Total Level Two Market Share (2010)
Vehicle to Grid
Affects of Charging on the Grid
Overview of Business Models Employed by Utilities
Public Right-A-Way Issues
Legislation Issues
Level Two Unit Shipment Forecasts and Trends
Market Revenue and Units Sold Forecasts by Country
Level Three Charging Overview
Level Three Charging: Market Restraints
Level Three Market Revenue/Units Sales Forecasts
Demand Analysis Level Three Charging
Conclusions and Key Findings
Company Overviews/Profiles

COMPANY OVERVIEWS

AeroVironment
Clipper Creek
ECtitality
EV Charge America
Evatran
PEPstations

COMPANY PROFILES

AeroVironment
Clipper Creek
Coulomb Technologies
ECtitality
PEPstations
ShorePower
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