Charging | The global vehicle charging ecosystem

Optimize your planning with our comprehensive Charging Vehicle Domain, providing invaluable data and qualitative analysis on the global charging ecosystem. Stay ahead of the competition by understanding cutting-edge technology trends and supply chain dynamics in vehicle charging and charging stations.

Planners and strategists rely on this domain to:

  1. Unravel automotive charging component value chains
  2. Evaluate current and future OEM charging technology strategies
  3. Gain insights into brand positioning and emerging technologies
  4. Analyze feature penetration in specific segments and competitive clusters
  5. Define future charging station ecosystems on global and national scales
  6. Assess the supply chain and technical evolution of charging stations

Topics covered include:

  1. Power Electronics: In-depth intelligence on inverters, DC-DC converters, on-board chargers, system integration, and architecture decisions.
  2. Vehicle Charging: Understanding future charging requirements, connector types, and vehicle AC/DC maximum power receivable.
  3. Charging Infrastructure: A complete picture of forecasted charging station deployment, considering wider vehicle forecasts and environmental insights.

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Graham Evans
Graham Evans

Graham is Director, Supply Chain and Technology within the Automotive department at S&P Global Mobility. He leads and manages the global research practice for Propulsion, Battery, Charging and Thermal Systems component forecasting, comprising fifteen analysts based in major automotive markets.

Previously employed within Engineering, Graham has 10 years’ experience in Powertrain Development and Noise, Vibration and Harshness (NVH) having previously worked for Ricardo, Bentley Motors and Jaguar Land Rover. He joined IHS Markit in 2016. IHS Markit merged with S&P Global in March 2022.

Graham graduated from Loughborough University in the UK with a Master’s Degree in Automotive Engineering and is a Chartered Member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

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