Market ramp-up of electric vehicles & charging points in France until 2030

by Simone Käser, 02.08.2021

Market ramp-up of electric vehicles & charging points in France until 2030

by Simone Käser, 02.08.2021

Simone KäsereMobility Consultant

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As sales of electric vehicles (EV) increase globally as well as in France, the demand for charging infrastructure is rising accordingly. The French government and local industry players have already recognized this challenge and set ambitious targets, i.e., 100,000 publicly accessible charging points by the end of 2021. To achieve a satisfying charging offer for EV drivers, it is important to ensure that all key stakeholders in the field of electric mobility and charging infrastructure will have a common understanding of the future development of this EV ecosystem.

An important building block for this goal is the announcement of the French transport minister, Jean-Baptiste Djebbari, to equip over 400 highway service stations with High Power Charging (HPC) infrastructure by the end of 2022.

Nonetheless, there remains the questions: how many EVs will be newly registered in the next ten years? How many charging points are needed and what are the specific use cases identified that could help adequately plan for this new demand in a powerful EV charging infrastructure? And how to manage this roll-out?

What will you learn?

  • Learn more about the overall drivers that are pushing consumers to choose electric vehicles
  • Understand the market needs in terms of charging infrastructure until 2030
  • Explore P3’s CO2 compliance model
  • Take away a data based and region-specific view which illustrates the EV market and the infrastructure environment supporting it

At a glance

This whitepaper provides an overview of the EV charging ecosystem in France including the different players. Based on a comprehensive CO2 compliance tool, P3 derives a region-specific market forecast for EVs until 2030 in France. Additionally, P3 predicts the required electricity demand until 2030 in France caused by EV charging activities. On this basis, P3 determines a demand-oriented development scenario for charging points for every charging use case. P3 will conclude the white paper with an outlook on the impact of EV charging on the power grid and the quality of today’s installed EV charging infrastructure in France.

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    Simone KäsereMobility Consultant

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    Tino Müller Managing Director P3 France

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