Electric Vehicle Charging Services: Utility Technology Disruption Report
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 20 Pages; 16 Tables, Charts & Figures
|電動車充電服務:公共事業技術混亂的相關調查 Electric Vehicle Charging Services: Utility Technology Disruption Report|
|出版日期: 2016年08月02日||內容資訊: 英文 20 Pages; 16 Tables, Charts & Figures||
PEV (插電式電動車)的普及擴大，預計對更多樣的社會經濟類型、地區的技術性吸引力擴大。電動車 (EV) 充電服務的需求，預計帶來公共場所，多用戶住宅，及職場的基礎設施增加的需求。
本報告以美國的電動車 (EV) 充電服務市場為焦點，提供技術、政策趨勢，客戶的引進，公共事業的發展及業者情勢關注分析，費用曲線、引進率的預測，傳統公共事業經營模式預測，公共事業的案例研究，產業的相關利益者取向的策略建議等。
Utilities in growing plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) markets are preparing for the increased load that transportation electrification presents. Approaches vary by utility business model and respective regulatory structures. However, utilities are generally moving toward encouraging PEV market development and/or managing load to benefit grid operations. At the same time, third-party vendors, including electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) manufacturers and automakers, are actively involved in developing services that cut across utility service territories.
During the first 5 years of the North American PEV market, sales have been concentrated in the U.S. West Coast states. Outside of the West Coast, eight Northeast states are likely to see PEV sales increase considerably as automakers stress battery electric vehicle (BEV) deployments and marketing efforts to comply with the region's mandates for PEV production. Expansion of the PEV market will broaden technological appeal to more diverse socioeconomic classes and geographies. Demand for electric vehicle (EV) charging services will result in the need for increased infrastructure in the public sphere, in multi-unit dwellings, and at workplaces.
This slide-based Navigant Research Utility Technology Disruption report analyzes the U.S. market for EV charging services. The report focuses on technology and policy trends, customer adoption, utility deployments, and the vendor landscape. Cost curve projections and adoption forecasts are provided through 2025. Featuring Navigant Research's Utility Technology Disruption Matrix and Execution Grid, the report also examines implications for traditional utility business models, provides utility case studies, and offers strategic recommendations for industry stakeholders to position for long-term success.