Electricity Delivery and Management:
Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
The 2012 revenue estimate of $355 million demonstrates dramatic year-over-year growth of 180%, driven by the still nascent adoption of plug-in electric vehicles.
Charging systems for plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs), including private and public systems, yielded just $127 million in global revenue in 2011. However, the 2012 revenue estimate of $355 million demonstrates dramatic year-over-year growth of 180%, driven by the still nascent adoption of PEVs.
The EV charging infrastructure market in the United States is a relatively small percentage of the global market, with 2011 revenue of $27 million. However, 2012 revenue estimates of $92 million show significant growth. More than a dozen companies are aspiring to develop national charging infrastructure networks, ensuring vigorous competition.
gross domestic product
The Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure subsegment contributed $33 million in increased U.S. GDP in 2011.
Advanced Energy Companies
- Advanced Metering Infrastructure
- Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
- Energy Storage
- Enabling Information and Communication Technology
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