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Strategic Analysis of the Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure in South Korea

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Strategic Analysis of the Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure in South Korea
Published: September 4, 2014 Content info: 89 Pages
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Number of Charging Stations to Reach 90,000 by 2020

The electric vehicle charging infrastructure in South Korea is expected to grow considerably, encouraged by government funding and incentives but high costs of installation and new technology weaken the value proposition. Moreover, the business models of hardware manufacturers and service providers have not yet been defined, as the EV market is in a nascent stage. This study is a strategic analysis of the EV charging infrastructure market in South Korea during 2013-2020. It focuses on standards and regulations, market overview, challenges, drivers and restraints, forecasts and trends, test site of EV and ICT collaboration, business model analysis, test certification for EV charging system, and strategic conclusions and future outlook.

Key Questions this Study will Answer

  • What is the business environment of the electric vehicle charging infrastructure market, the dynamics, and its impact
  • What type, connector, and mode of charging will be widely used in the future
  • What are the expected numbers of installations of charging stations by 2020
  • What are the drivers, restraints, and challenges of the electric vehicle charging infrastructure market
  • What are the various business models expected to be used in the future
  • What will be the market breakdown by location of charging, type, mode, and area by 2020
Table of Contents
Product Code: P7D8-01-00-00-00

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1. Key Findings
  • 2. Measurements
  • 3. Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
  • 4. Charging Station Forecast
  • 5. Forecast Assumptions
  • 6. Business Model
  • 7. Key Findings and Future Outlook

2. RESEARCH SCOPE, OBJECTIVES, BACKGROUND AND METHODOLOGY

  • 1. Research Scope
  • 2. Research Aims and Objectives
  • 3. Key Questions this Study will Answer
  • 4. Research Background
  • 5. Research Methodology

3. DEFINITIONS AND SEGMENTATION

  • 1. Segmentation-EV Charging Infrastructure
  • 2. Definitions-Charging Infrastructure Specifications and Features
  • 3. Definitions-Charging Infrastructure Specifications and Features (continued)
  • 4. Definitions-Charging Mode
  • 5. Definitions-Charging Station Location
  • 6. Definitions-Charging Station Location (continued)
  • 7. Definitions-Communication
  • 8. Definitions-Base Essentials of a Charging Station

4. CHARGING STATION INFRASTRUCTURE STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS

  • 1. Standardization of Charging System
  • 2. Connector Standards-For AC Conductive Charging
  • 3. Connector Standards-For DC Conductive Charging
  • 4. Connector Standards-CHAdeMO versus Combo Connector
  • 5. Connector Standards-EVs with Connector Types for the Future
  • 6. HSPLC (AMI PLC) versus HPGP Mutual Coexistence Issue

5. MARKET OVERVIEW

  • 1. Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
  • 2. Market Opportunity Map
  • 3. Subsidies by the Government
  • 4. Cost Analysis
  • 5. EV Charging Station Manufacturers and Operators
  • 6. Essential Products for EV Charging Station

6. CHALLENGES, DRIVERS AND RESTRAINTS-TOTAL EV CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE MARKET

  • 1. Industry Challenges
  • 2. Market Drivers
  • 3. Drivers Explained
  • 4. Market Restraints
  • 5. Restraints Explained

7. FORECASTS AND TRENDS-TOTAL EV CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE MARKET

  • 1. Measurements
  • 2. EV Sales Breakdown by Technology Type
  • 3. EV Sales Breakdown by Technology Type
  • 4. Charging Stations Forecast by Charging Type
  • 5. Forecast Scenario Assumptions to 2020
  • 6. Forecast Scenario Assumptions to 2020 (continued)
  • 7. Revenue Forecast by Charging Type
  • 8. Pricing Trends and Forecast

8. TEST SITE FOR EV AND ICT COLLABORATION

  • 1. Jeju Island & Younggwang Province-EV Operating Test Site
  • 2. Vehicle and ICT Collaboration
  • 3. EV Telematics Service
  • 4. EV Telematics-Introduction to IT Mobility Platforms
  • 5. Telematics and e-Mobility-IT Mobility Platform Services Overview
  • 6. Telematics and e-Mobility-Features of the Software
  • 7. Telematics and e-Mobility-Objectives
  • 8. EV and Smart Grid
  • 9. V2X Communication
  • 10. V2X Communication-Opportunity Analysis

9. BUSINESS MODEL ANALYSIS

  • 1. Total EV Charging Infrastructure Market-Value Chain
  • 2. Total EV Charging Infrastructure Market-Business Models
  • 3. Total EV Charging Infrastructure Market-Business Models (continued)
  • 4. Total EV Charging Infrastructure Market-Business Models (continued)
  • 5. Business Case-Parking Management System with Charging System
  • 6. Business Case-EV Charging Infrastructure Service Operator
  • 7. Business Case-Subscription Model
  • 8. Business Case-Pay-as-you-go Model
  • 9. Business Case-Comparative Analysis

10. TEST CERTIFICATION FOR EV CHARGING SYSTEM

  • 1. Test Certification Structure of Electric Appliances Safety Control Act for EV Charging Systems
  • 2. Summary of Electric Appliances Safety Management for EV Charging System
  • 3. Emerging Concepts-Solar Powered Charging Stations

11. CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE OUTLOOK-TOTAL EV CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE MARKET

  • 1. Key Conclusions and Future Outlook
  • 2. The Last Word-Three Big Predictions
  • 3. Legal Disclaimer

12. APPENDIX

  • 1. Abbreviations and Acronyms Used
  • 2. Learn More-Next Steps
  • 3. Relevant Research
  • 4. Methodology
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