Comparing 22 vendors in Electric Vehicle Charging Station across 101 criteria.

Market Presence
Contenders Contenders
Market Leaders Market Leaders
Emerging Companies Emerging Companies
Innovators Innovators
Blink Charging
Siemens
Chargepoint
SE
Shell
EVGO
BP
Webasto
Tesla
Yazaki
BYD
DBT
EFACEC
Engie
SemaConnect
ABB
EATON
TE CONNECTIVITY
PHIHONG USA CORP
BOSCH
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
TATA POWER
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The Full List

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Company Headquarters Year Founded Holding Type
ABB Zürich, Switzerland 1988 Public
BOSCH Gerlingen, Germany 1886
BP London, UK 1909 Public
BYD Shenzhen, China 1995
Blink Charging Florida, USA 2006
Chargepoint California, USA 2007
DBT
EATON Dublin, Ireland 1911
EFACEC Matosinhos, Portugal 1948
EVGO
Engie Paris, France 2008 Private
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION Tokyo, Japan 1921
PHIHONG USA CORP California, USA 1972
SE Rueil-Malmaison, France 1836
SemaConnect Maryland, USA 2008
Shell California, USA 2008
Siemens Munich, Germany 1847 Public
TATA POWER Mumbai, India 1910 Public
TE CONNECTIVITY Schaffhausen, Switzerland 2007
Tesla California, USA 2003
Webasto Gauting, Germany 1901
Yazaki Tokyo, Japan 1941
 
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Rapid Chargers - Rapid chargers are the quickest way to charge an EV. They are usually installed at highways or locations near the main routes. Rapid chargers include Rapid DC chargers, Ultra-Rapid DC, Tesla’s Supercharger, and Rapid AC. Fast Chargers - Fast chargers are characteristically rated at either 7 kW or 22 kW. Most of the fast chargers deliver AC charging, though some networks have been installing 25 kW DC chargers with CCS or CHAdeMO connectors. Slow Chargers - Most slow charging units have been rated at up to 3 kW with some lamp-post chargers being rated at 6 kW. Charging times differ based on the charging unit and the EV that is being charged.
Implementing an EV Charging station will help individuals and businesses: Reduction in carbon emissions Employee retention for businesses Retailers would be able to attract more customers Reduction in electricity consumption leads to energy saving Reduction or elimination in fuel expenses Flexible payment options Business advertising opportunities
A Clean Substitute - A battery electric vehicle (BEV) has lesser moving parts than a conventional vehicle. There’s no necessity for liquid fuels or oil changes. Most of the maintenance costs related to internal combustion engines are removed. Cost-Efficient - The total cost of owning an EV is comparatively lesser than the gas-fueled cars. Energy Independence- The electricity that powers an EV can come from many sources, which may comprise of low-emission sources like natural gas and zero-emission sources like wind, solar, hydro, and nuclear power. These allow EVs to radically decrease gaseous emissions. First Mover Advantages - The governments have made a variety of subsidies available for EV charging station installations at all stages to develop the primary infrastructure. This enables the early adopters to considerably decrease their investment costs by leveraging public funding.
 
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Electric Vehicle Charging Station Related Articles
 
Top Electric Vehicle Charging Companies
-- by Shambhavi Gajul

Top car manufacturers are investing in electric vehicle charging stations for commercial and residential usage, and many are also working on on-demand mobile electric vehicle charging stations. The following is a list of the Best EV Charging Companies in the world, ranked by market share.

Recent Developments of Top Electric Vehicle Charging Station Vendors
-- by Meet Thacker

The Best EV Charging Companies in the Electric vehicle charging station market. This evaluation helps EVCS platform buyers to learn in detail about the software and also make the right choice for their requirements.

How fast are some of the best EV charging stations
-- by Shambhavi Gajul

The electric vehicle (EV) charging systems are categorized as Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 based on the output power delivered. Level 3 chargers are the real game-changer of electromobility.

Electric Vehicle Charging Station - USE Cases
-- by Dipali Karanjkar

Even with ongoing electric vehicle growth, there are several drawbacks to the traditional wired charging stations. For instance, connectors and charging cables can wear down over a period of time, reducing the charging efficiency.

Top benefits of charging a Car at Home over a Commercial EV Charging Station (EVCS)
-- by Shrikant Bolli

The current home chargers are usually Level 1 and Level 2 chargers which provide charging through 120 V and 240 V AC circuits respectively. The Level 3 chargers i.e., the DC fast chargers are compatible only with certain car models and are available at the public charging stations only.

Which region has the cheapest EV charging prices in America?
-- by Shambhavi Gajul

There are three types of charging levels, namely Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3based on the output power levels. A vast majority of the EV charging stations across the country are Level 2 chargers, accounting for 80% of total chargers. While Level 1 and Level 3 comprise 5% and 15% of the total chargers respectively.

 

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