The penetration rate of new energy vehicles in Europe and the United States is generally lower than 30%, and the subsequent sales will still maintain rapid growth. Still, the current proportion of public car charger in Europe and the United States is high, and the construction demand is urgent. According to the estimation of the Guoxin computer team, the market scale of charging piles in Europe and America may exceed 100 billion market space in 2030.
(1) Europe and the United States charging pile policy layers of code, Europe and the United States new energy charging infrastructure in the rapid construction phase.
In November 2021, the U.S. Senate formally passed the bipartisan infrastructure bill proposed by B.D. The investment goal is to build about 500,000 public charging piles across the United States and strive to equip a new energy charging station every 50 miles (about 80 km) on each interstate highway, with at least four fast-charging charging piles in each charging station. The bipartisan infrastructure law includes $5 billion in funding grants for states to build charging stations; another $2.5 billion would be provided to communities to incentivize innovation in charging station technology.
On September 14, 2022, B.D. announced the approval of the first $900 million in Infrastructure Act funding for constructing electric vehicle charger in 35 states at the Detroit Auto Show.
Effective June 30, 2022, B.D. announced that all new homes in the England region, including new homes built for change of use with associated parking, must be equipped with at least one electric vehicle charging post.
(2) The subsequent sales of new energy vehicles in Europe and the United States will maintain rapid growth. Still, the current proportion of public car piles in Europe and the United States is high, and the construction needs are urgent.
As of 2021, there are 334,000 public charging piles in the E.U., an increase of 15.15% year-on-year; among them, slow charging piles account for 86.83%, and fast charging piles account for 13.17%. There are 114,000 charging piles in the U.S., up 20.14% year-on-year; of which 80.70% are slow-charging piles and 19.30% are fast-charging piles. As of 2021, the public vehicle-pile ratio in Europe and the United States is still high, reaching a level of about 17:1. Currently, China's vehicle-pile ratio is about 3:1, and there is still a large gap between Europe and the United States.
In Germany, for example, the speed of new charging piles in the past three years is seriously mismatched with the growth rate of recent electric vehicle sales, while there are still numerous problems with existing charging stations, such as a wide variety of charging standards, uneven distribution of charging point locations and other factors leading to the driving cost of pure electric vehicles may, in turn, be higher than that of internal combustion engines.
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