With the impetus behind the e-mobility sector growing, the focus is increasingly turning towards the infrastructure requirements needed to make the sector a success. This report looks at the growth of this sector and how this will impact the infrastructure landscape for major stakeholders such as government, public bodies, and utilities.
Features and benefits
- Analyze the infrastructure requirements for expanded e-mobility.
- Assess cost forecasts for the roll-out of e-mobility infrastructure.
- Highlight the increased power capacity needed for the expansion of e-mobility.
- Comprehend the level of penetration of electric vehicles over the next 20 years.
- Realize the changing e-mobility landscape over the next 20 years.
Utilities will not have to invest significantly in capacity expansion to accommodate electric vehicles.
Electric vehicle penetration rates are expected to remain quite low over the next two decades.
Public sector support will be needed for the roll-out of a comprehensive charging network.
Your key questions answered
- What are the major benefits and drawbacks to increased e-mobility?
- Can e-mobility work without government support?
- What are the key business models for companies operating in this sector?
- How are utilities preparing for increased e-mobility?
- How will increased e-mobility impact power generation and transmission?