Charging Service

Supporting clients’ planning needs, the Charging Vehicle Domain combines data and qualitative analysis. This Vehicle Domain delivers a deep perspective on the global charging ecosystem and covers the latest technology trends and supply chain dynamics on vehicle charging and charging stations.

Planners and strategists use the Vehicle to:

  • Understand automotive charging component value chain and supply dynamics
  • Assess current and future OEM strategies for charging technologies
  • Understand brand positioning with respect to emerging technologies
  • Understand feature penetration in specific segments and competitive clusters
  • Define future charging station ecosystems at global and national scales
  • Assess the supply chain and technical evolution of charging stations

Topics covered:

Power Electronics

  • Technology attributes provide intelligence covering advances in inverters, DC-DC converters and on-board chargers as well as system integration and architecture decisions
  • Who Supplies Whom information enables understanding of OEM strategies for power electronics components by region and propulsion systems

Vehicle Charging

  • Understand future charging requirements including the number and type of available connectors and vehicle AC and DC maximum power receivable
  • New charging technologies take rates, including wireless charging, battery swapping and bidirectionality, directly supports clients’ strategic financial resource allocation

Charging Infrastructure

  • Players operating in the vehicle charging industry will understand the technology evolution, future station requirements and how these stations will split by deployment location
  • Full picture of the forecast charging station deployment, leveraging the wider S&P Mobility vehicle forecast as well as consumer, macroeconomic and environmental insights available through S&P Global datasets.

Expert

Claudio  Vittori
Claudio Vittori

Claudio Vittori is Associate Manager responsible for Charging domain within at S&P Global Mobility.

His responsibility lies in the on-board vehicle charging components and off-board vehicle charging infrastructure as well as topics such as consumers preferences, policies, regulations, incentives and energy-grid management strongly connected to charging.

Claudio has an extensive e-mobility background having worked over the last 10 years on some of the largest European charging projects in Switzerland Germany and Italy.

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