Global Sustainable Mobility Partnership (GSMP) members Cenex NL, Cenex UK, Forth, TERI and uYilo were commissioned by the International Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Alliance to create a vision for a charging infrastructure ecosystem that could efficiently, equitably and conveniently serve the diverse needs of all Electric Vehicle (EV) applications in the mass market.
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The specific objectives of the study were to:
- Provide an update on charging deployments and the development of users’ needs;
- Describe how different types of chargers can serve the full ZEV market;
- Analyse the financial viability of public charging in major markets;
- Review charging needs and equitability challenges in urban and rural areas;
- Examine emerging solutions for commercial vehicles; and
- Recommend possible policies and best-practice to address the points raised above.
The Global Sustainable Mobility Partnership is a network of independent, not-for-profit organisations with extensive, practical and real-world experience in implementing low and zero emission mobility.