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Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment

The infrastructure that provides the crucial link between an Electric Vehicle (EV) with a depleted battery and the electrical source that recharges those batteries is the Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE). The function of EVSE is to supply electric energy to charge electric vehicles. EVSE is also known as an EV charging station, electric recharging point, or charging point. Technological advancements in EV charging and an enhanced range of distance covered by electric vehicles are some of the major factors driving the market growth.

VISIONARY LEADERS

Visionary leaders are the leading market players in terms of new developments such as product launches, innovative technologies, and the adoption of growth strategies. These players have a broad product offering that caters to most of the regions globally. Visionary leaders primarily focus on acquiring the leading market position through their strong financial capabilities and their well-established brand equity. Some of the visionary leaders are Tesla, ABB and Siemens.

INNOVATORS

Innovators in the competitive leadership mapping are vendors that have demonstrated substantial product innovations as compared to their competitors. The companies have focused on product portfolios. However, they do not have very strong growth strategies for their overall business, when compared with the visionary leaders. The innovators include companies like Schneider Electric, Webasto and BYD Auto.

DYNAMIC DIFFERENTIATORS

Dynamic Differentiators are established players with very strong business strategies. However, they have a weaker product portfolio compared to the visionary leaders. They generally focus only on a specific type of technology related to the product. Some of the recognized dynamic differentiators are Engie, Yazaki and Mitsubishi Electric.

EMERGING COMPANIES

Emerging companies have niche product and service offerings. Their business strategies are not as strong as that of the established vendors. The emerging vendors include the new entrants in the market, emerging in terms of product portfolio and geographic reach, and require time to gain significant traction in the market. The emerging companies are Blink Charging, Clippercreek, Greenlots etc.

Overview

The infrastructure that offers the decisive link between an Electric Vehicle (EV) with a depleted battery and the electrical source that recharges those batteries is the Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE). The function of EVSE is to supply electric energy to charge electric vehicles. EVSE is also known as an EV charging station, electric recharging point, or charging point. These stations are generally installed in municipal parking locations by electric utility companies or at retail shopping centers by private companies. All of these stations are equipped with special connectors that conform to the variety of electric charging connector standards. The electric vehicles have witnessed rapid evolution with the ongoing developments in charging infrastructure and technology. Technological advancements in EV charging and enhanced range of distance covered by electric vehicles are some of the major factors driving the growth of the electric vehicle market. In addition, the growing sensitivity of various governments towards a cleaner environment has increased the demand for zero-emission vehicles. These vehicles need the installation of efficient charging infrastructure. Public and private charging stations play a significant role in this scenario. With advancements in high end charging technology, the demand for fast charging equipment is significant. The EV charging supply equipment market has attracted huge investments by OEMs. In addition, OEMs have also started developing charging infrastructure for the convenience of EV owners.

Recent Developments

  • The Indian government plans to provide Electric Vehicles with clean power. Industry players are also discovering solar + EV technology. Indian Railways has made a call to assign space for EV charging places at their station parking lots, with private sector contribution.
  • BSES Rajdhani Power (BRPL), a JV of Reliance Infrastructure and Delhi, plans to convert its entire service delivery fleet to an electric-fueled one by 2030.
  • Amazon India to include 10,000 electric vehicles into its delivery fleet by 2025
  • In June 2019, Electrify America and ChargePoint collaborated, which now permits drivers to use public chargers.
  • In May 2019, China established the world’s largest charging station in Shenzhen.

 

Applications

Private

Private charging stations can be installed in home garages or outdoor locations such as offices and building parking lots. Outdoor installations require outdoor-rated charging equipment. Furthermore, a charging station at a multi-family residential complex requires additional considerations and is similar to a public charging station than the one at a single-family home. A home charging station requires wiring a dedicated circuit. Hence, most of the EV owners prefer private charging as it is convenient and cheap. Over a period, various companies have started offering new innovative technologies by integrating private charging with features such as auto scheduling, energy star certification, and charging reminders to make the interface of charging system user-friendly.

Public

Public charging stations are installed on highways to charge EV rapidly. They can be installed at taxi stands, highways, parking lots of commercial properties, hotels, airports, and shopping malls. The governments of various countries are encouraging the installation of public charging stations to increase the adoption of electric vehicles. For instance, many states in the United States such as California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, and Michigan have implemented various schemes that provide rebates and incentives on installation of Level 2 charging station. The convenience of charging the vehicle while driving on a highway or during office hours is expected to boost the growth of public charging installations.

Industry Trends

  • Enterprises, retailers, and service providers are investing heavily in installing EVSE to offer charging services to employees, customers, and vehicle fleets. Managing service charges and operating costs of EVSE presents a new challenge for owners.
  • Charging time is a major restraint for the growth of the electric vehicle supply equipment market. Turbocharging has a power output of 800 V. With the help of a Combined Charging System (CCS) connector, it can split its 800V throughput into two 400 V plugs. Porsche has already implemented a pilot project for turbocharging in the Berlin-Adlershof technology park.
  • Renewable sources of charging, such as solar, wind, and hydrogen fuel charging, are expected to play a vital role in the charging of EVs in the future. The use of renewable energy to power EV charging stations is one of the key opportunities for players in the EV charging market.

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Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment

Comparing 18 vendors in Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment across 60 criteria.
  • 1.99

    ABB operates in businesses such as electrification products, discrete motion and automation, process automation, and power grids. The company offers a wide range of solutions for industries such as marine, power generation, automotive, and railways. The electrification products segment includes modular substation packages, distribution automation products, switchgear, circuit breakers, measuring and sensing devices, control products, solar power solutions, EV charging infrastructure, wiring accessories, and enclosures and cabling systems, including KNX systems (the recognized global standard for home and building control) and data communication networks.

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    • Enterprise
    • Zurich, Switzerland
    • Founded: 1988
    • $10BN to $50BN
    • 10,001 to 15,000
  • 1.93

    Siemens is a German engineering conglomerate focused on core business activities in the fields of energy, healthcare, industry, and infrastructure. Siemen’s energy management division offers a wide spectrum of software, products, systems, solutions, and services for transmitting, distributing, and managing electrical power and for providing intelligent power infrastructure. In EV charging segment, the company offers wallbox and fast charging infrastructure. The fast charging technology can charge 3 EVs simultaneously, with voltage range of 200 V to 920 V. It also offers innovative charging infrastructure for eBus charging which comprises fast charging solutions from 150 kW to 600 kW charging power as off board charging solution as well as 60 kW to 120 kW as onboard charging solution for opportunity charging on the route.

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    • Enterprise
    • Munich, Germany
    • Founded: 1847
    • $50BN to $100BN
    • 1,00,001 to 5,00,000
  • 1.79

    Tesla designs, develops, manufactures, and sells high-performance fully electric vehicles and energy generation and storage systems. The company installs and maintains energy systems and sells solar electricity. The company offers high power EV supercharger with high DC power output of 480 Volt. While the company has presence in almost every part of the world, the major part of the revenue is generated from the US. In addition to EVs, the company specializes in batteries, power electronics, integrated systems, and energy storage products.

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    • Enterprise
    • California, USA
    • Founded: 2003
    • $10BN to $50BN
    • 45,001 to 50,000
  • 1.56

    Yazaki is a privately held company involved in the manufacturing and development of a wide range of automotive components. The company offers electronic products, EV connectors, wire harnesses, and meters to the automotive industry. Yazaki Corporation is also engaged in the production of air-conditioning equipment, solar equipment, electric wires and cables, and gas equipment. In addition, the company is involved in several other businesses such as paper recycling, glass recycling, food recycling, agribusiness, nursing care, and food.

    The company offers both AC and DC charging connectors, which enhance the charging operation of hybrid and electric vehicles. In 2017, the company launched its Type 2 charging connector, which is the standard adopted in Europe for normal charging. The launch of this connector allowed Yazaki to have a complete portfolio of charging products.

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    • Enterprise
    • Tokyo, Japan
    • Founded: 1941
    • $10BN to $50BN
    • 1,00,001 to 5,00,000
  • 1.47

    Engie is a French multinational utility company that operates in the fields of electricity generation and distribution, natural gas, nuclear, renewable energy, and petroleum. The company operates through nine segments in regions such as Europe, Latin America, Asia, North America, and others. The company offers EV charging solutions under energy services. It offers end-to-end service provision, from initial consultation and planning through to design, installation, and ongoing infrastructure maintenance and management. The Group has a strong presence at every link in the energy value chain, from low-carbon generation to the provision of energy-efficient solutions for all its customers.

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    • Enterprise
    • La Défense, France
    • Founded: 2008
    • $500MN to $1BN
    • 50,001 to 75,000
  • 1.38

    Schneider Electric specializes in providing energy management and automation solutions. The company operates through 4 business segments: building, industry, infrastructure, and IT. It is a global leader for products in a variety of technologies including building automation, industrial automation, energy distribution, low voltage products, and energy storage systems. The company offers EV charging systems under the electric vehicle charging segment. The company’s product portfolio includes fast chargers and wallbox chargers for residential and outdoor applications. The company also provides connected charging stations, which are ideal for semi-public parking facilities, corporate EV fleets, and apartment complexes. In the EV charging segment, the smart wallbox charging station has advanced features such as user authentication, billing and report generation, and remote maintenance. In addition, the company provides field services for efficient maintenance of its EV charging infrastructure.

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    • Enterprise
    • Rueil-Malmaison, France
    • Founded: 1836
    • $10BN to $50BN
    • 1,00,001 to 5,00,000
  • 1.34

    Mitsubishi Electric operates through 6 major business segments, namely, Energy and Electric Systems, Industrial Automation Systems, Information and Communication Systems, Electronic Devices, Home Appliances, and Others. Under the Industrial Automation Systems sub-domain of automotive equipment, the company offers smart mobility solutions such as electrified powertrain system with high efficiency inverters and motors. The company has a strong presence in major markets such as Japan, Asia, Europe, and North America.

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    • Enterprise
    • Tokyo, Japan
    • Founded: 1921
    • $10BN to $50BN
    • 1,00,001 to 5,00,000
  • 1.3

    Webasto is globally recognized for its innovative solutions in the automotive industry. The company has been serving the international automotive industry for more than 75 years and has secured its position as Germany’s top 15 automotive suppliers. Webasto has also ventured into innovative charging solutions for EV. The company provides environmentally friendly charging and mobility solutions. The company offers high quality charging stations, professional installation, complete services and digital networking solutions. The company also provides battery solutions that have been designed for total scalability and configuration flexibility. Each battery package has 35 kWh of energy and up to 10 packs can be used for a combined 350 kWh.

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    • Enterprise
    • Gauting, Germany
    • Founded: 1901
    • $500MN to $1BN
    • 101 to 500
  • 1.29

    ChargePoint, Inc. operates as an open electric vehicle charging network. It provides cloud-based service plans as annual subscriptions for providing tools, data, payment processing, and driver support. CT4000 electric vehicle battery charger developed by Chargepoint is the right fit for all types of customers e.g. businesses, municipalities, and individuals. This EVSE (Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment) charges at a maximum rate of 25RPH and provides a full charge to some vehicles in less than 4 hours. It is an interactive system that provides instructions in multiple languages viz English, French and Spanish and has capacitive buttons that work in all weather conditions.

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    • SME
    • California, USA
    • Founded: 2007
    • $11MN to $50MN
    • 501 to 1,000
  • 1.24

    BYD is one of the few companies that specialize in the manufacturing of commercial electric vehicles. The company operates in three core business segments: Automobiles, Handset and Assembly Services, and Rechargeable Battery and Photovoltaic. BYD focuses in the manufacture, design, and assembly of a wide range of products. BYD provides electric vehicles, EV batteries, as well as charging solutions for EV users. It offers battery electric vehicle (BEV) models such as e5, e6, eBus, etc. and plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) models such as Qin and Tang. The company provides electric vehicles in passenger as well as commercial vehicle segment.

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    • Enterprise
    • Shenzhen, China
    • Founded: 1995
    • $5BN to $10BN
    • 1,00,001 to 5,00,000
  • 0.9

    ClipperCreek is a leading provider of charging solutions for electric vehicles. The company is widely known for its charging solutions for EV such as Level 2 EV Charge Station, Level 1 cord sets of plug-in EV and battery electric EV, and other necessary charging equipment. ClipperCreek has a number of OEM customers across the world. The company also offers an assortment of commercial charging stations and mounting solutions ideal for airports, universities, casinos, hotels, shopping centers, and more.

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    • SME
    • California, USA
    • Founded: 2006
    • Below $10 MN
    • 1 to 50
  • 0.89

    Greenlots provides EV Charging solutions to utilities, city planners, automakers and enterprises. The company’s EV charging network, turnkey EV charging solutions and grid management services provides users with the power to organize, work and assimilate smart charging infrastructure at scale. The company has developed a mobile app that enables EV drivers to find the nearby charger, check their charging status, and make payments all from their smart phone. Greenlots cloud-based platform provides property holders with real-time control and visibility into their EV chargers.

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    • SME
    • California, USA
    • Founded: 2008
    • $101MN to $500MN
    • 501 to 1,000
  • 0.81

    Efacec is considered a global leader in the fast-charging infrastructure market for electric vehicles. Efacec is the largest Portuguese company in the area of energy, engineering, and mobility. The company has eight business units - Transformers, Energy, Switchgear, Automation, Environment and Industry, Transport, Service, and Electric Mobility. The company offers a full range of charging solutions to charge electric cars, motorcycles, and buses with integration in management systems for efficient use of electric grid infrastructure. EFACEC’s solutions include Private Charging, Public Charging, Quick Charging, Ultra-Fast Charging and Wireless Charging.

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    • Enterprise
    • Matosinhos, Portugal
    • Founded: 1948
    • $500MN to $1BN
    • 1,001 to 5,000
  • 0.78

    Blink Charging is a US-based company that provides charging stations and services for EV. Blink Charging is considered as the largest EV charging station provider and operator in the US. The Blink network currently links more than 15,000 charging stations all over the US providing Electric Vehicle users the capacity to charge their electric cars wherever they live, work, and play. As a Blink host site the users are not required to purchase any equipment but instead they can opt to become a partner to be an EV charging station provider. A host Blink partnership delivers flexible business models.

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    • SME
    • Florida, USA
    • Founded: 2006
    • Below $10 MN
    • 1 to 50
  • Bosch provides the aftermarket and workshops worldwide with a complete range of diagnostic and repair shop equipment and a wide range of spare parts for passenger cars and commercial vehicles. Series EV2000 designed by Bosch is a powerful charger for electric vehicles that helps customers to charge their electric vehicles in less than 45 minutes by supporting power directly to an electric vehicle’s battery. This Electric Vehicle Solution equipment (EVSE) charges up to 4 times faster than level 2, and this is a 25kW DC fast charger with wall-mount options. This EVSE is very compatible using the SAE J1772 Combo connector, and its single-phase power input and 165A circuit reduce complexity and cost of installation.  

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    • Enterprise
    • Gerlingen, Germany
    • Founded: 1886
    • $50BN to $100BN
    • 1,00,001 to 5,00,000
  • Eaton is a diversified power management company providing energy-efficient solutions. xChargeIn is an electric vehicle charging station offered by Eaton which has various series such as A, X, M, and S, that can be configured and scaled as required and meets the requirements of both commercial and private users. This EVSE allows the power supply of charging stations to be easily authorized and blocked using RFID master card. It has a slim design with a power output of up to 22kW.

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    • Enterprise
    • Dublin, Ireland
    • Founded: 1911
    • $10BN to $50BN
    • 75,001 to 1,00,000
  • Phihong designs and produces electronics OEMs in the telecom, datacom, personal electronics, and industrial markets. The AC32A electric vehicle provided by Phihong is a perfect option for the residential, parking lot, gas/service station, commercial fleet operators, EV infrastructure operators, and service providers. This electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) is reliable, lightweight, vibration resistant, and flexible. With a sleek, ergonomic, and customizable style, it requires a single-phase 220Vac to 240Vac input and has the choice to be wall-mounted or free-standing. It is also suitable for EV dealer workshop’s EV charging needs. A 5-inch LCD monitor is incorporated to show charging status and any charging messages.

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    • Enterprise
    • California, USA
    • Founded: 1972
    • $500MN to $1BN
    • 5,001 to 10,000
  • TE Connectivity designs and manufactures connectivity and sensor products for harsh environments in a variety of industries. TE Connectivity's Charging Inlet Type2 is an Electric Vehicle Solution Equipment (EVSE) with a simplified construction that helps users to assemble the inlet components quickly. It's integrated temperature sensors ensure a safe and reliable charging process. Charging Inlet Type 2 is a modular system that has interchangeable capabilities and also has no impact on vehicle bodies. This EVSE is suitable for hybrid and electric vehicle applications and has a smart assembly method that uses a small number of parts and also provides finger protection on power contacts.

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    • Enterprise
    • Schaffhausen, Switzerland
    • Founded: 2007
    • $10BN to $50BN
    • 75,001 to 1,00,000
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