Without an adequate electric vehicle charging network, consumers will not invest in EVs; but without a sufficient number of EVs on the road, private companies and local authorities will not invest in EV charging networks. How, then, to break the deadlock?
This exclusive Automotive World report explores the ways in which automotive industry stakeholders are seeking to make EV charging more convenient, efficient and financially viable, and ultimately, increase the adoption of electric vehicles.
In this report:
- Executive summary
- Automakers collaborate on Ionity for EVs to charge across Europe
- Interoperability needed to simplify EV charging station access
- Europe needs its own EV battery supplier, insists PSA
- Do EV charging trends signify the end of the fuel station as we know it?
- EV uncertainty demands proactive industry-wide approach to charging
- Who really owns the electric vehicle customer?
- EV manufacturer calls for close collaboration on charging infrastructure
- Charging long haul trucks – electrification’s last stand?
- Opportunity charging is essential for electric bus fleets, says Volvo
- Interview: Alex Gruzen, Chief Executive, WiTricity
‘Special report: Charging the electric vehicle’ provides insight from a range of leading automotive industry stakeholders and experts, including:
- LEK Consulting
- North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE)
- PSA Group
- Strategy Analytics
- Volvo Bus