Publication Month: Jul 2022 | Report Code: TIPRE00018382 | No. of Pages: 175 | Category: Electronics and Semiconductor | Status: Published
Incentives introduced by multiple national governments are expected to drive the Europe EV charging cables market growth in the next five years. Europe has been a fastest region in the growth of the electric vehicle market: a compound annual growth rate of 60% from 2016 to 2020, compared with increases of 36% in China and 17% in the US, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). In the EU's largest market, Germany, several policies have been designed to increase EV charging cables market size. As per the policy, any privately owned EVs registered until the end of 2020 will have a 10-year tax exemption, and EVs with a sales price below US$ 45,300 will qualify for a US$ 10,100 subsidy until December 2021. Spain has reduced tax by 75 % for EVs in big cities, such as Madrid and Barcelona. The country also has established a scheme that subsidizes the purchase of EVs by USD $4,067–5,083, depending on if a vehicle aged seven years or older is scrapped. In Italy, EVs are tax exempt for five years from registration and get a 75% reduction in tax after that. Italy also has a bonus-malus scheme. As per the scheme, vehicles are subsidized up to USD $6,100 per car emitting less than 70g of CO2/km, but penalized by USD $2,541 per car if they emit above 250g of CO2/km. Such initiatives taken by European countries drive the adoption of EVs and eventually fuel the EV charging cables market growth in the region.
Moreover, Europe is taking unprecedented steps to phase out gasoline and diesel cars and bring an end to the almost 150-year-long era of the internal combustion engine. The UK's 2030 ban on these conventional cars and Germany's four-year extension of subsidies for EVs reflect the inducement approach governments are taking to get automakers to embrace electrification. Regulatory pressure already has helped EVs seize a larger share of car sales in Europe than any other developed auto market across the world thereby increasing the EV charging cables market growth. Additionally, to bridge the cost gap between electric vehicles and conventional cars, national or local governments of Europe often provide consumer incentives in the form of one-time subsidies, tax breaks on vehicle purchase and operation, or preferred or free access to certain road infrastructure. Also, in the beginning of 2019, European Union (EU) approved regulations required to include electric car chargers at any new house or apartment building, in a move that has been considered vital to the success of EV uptake. Different patterns of public charging infrastructure are emerging among leading European markets, which would increase the EV charging cables market share in the region during the forecast period.
|Market Size Value in||US$ 513.36 Million in 2022|
|Market Size Value by||US$ 3,551.78 Million by 2028|
|Growth rate||CAGR of 38.0% from 2022 to 2028|
|No. of Pages||175|
|No. of Tables||111|
|No. of Charts & Figures||87|
|Historical data available||Yes|
|Segments covered||Application, Power Type, Cable Length, Charging Level, Jacket Material, Shape, Charging Cable Type, and IEC Mode|
|Regional scope||North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, South & Central America|
|Country scope||US, Canada, Mexico, UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, India, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, UAE, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Brazil, Argentina|
|Report coverage||Revenue forecast, company ranking, competitive landscape, growth factors, and trends|
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In 2020, the impact of COVID-19 pandemic differed from nation to nation across Europe. In the region, the UK, Italy, Russia, France, Germany, and Spain are among the major countries affected by the pandemic. Due to the increasing number of recorded cases, a few of these nations had to impose stringent and longer lockdown along with social isolation in 2020. The lockdown affected electric car sales, but there were early signs of electric vehicle market resilience for two main reasons. First, policy support was strong, in particular in Europe as 2020 was an important target year for emissions standards. Purchase incentives increased, notably in Germany. Second, continued declines in battery costs, as upgraded original equipment manufacturer (OEM) offers model choice and performance, fleet operators initiate their technology transition, and the enthusiasm of electric car buyers (often affluent households less affected by the economic downturn) provides fertile ground for continued EV uptake.
The EV charging cables market was dominated by the Rest of the World. Europe is the second-largest contributor to the market, followed by North America.
In North America, the increasing demand from electric vehicle owners to reduce the charging time of electric vehicles and rising interest and development by various public and private market players in the region propel the EV charging cables market size. For instance, in 2020 Xcel Energy planned to invest US$ 110 million to prepare for 20% EV market penetration in Colorado by 2030. In 2020, Uber and Lyft announced intentions to be 100% electric by 2030. California and Massachusetts intend to require 100% EV sales by 2035. Also, the US highway reauthorization, America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act of 2019 earmarks capital for public EV charging infrastructure. Therefore, increasing funding by the government for expanding public charging infrastructure would drive the growth of the EV markets and eventually bolster the EV charging cables market share.
Based on cable length, the EV charging cables market is segmented into 2–5 meters, 6–10 meters, and >10 meters. In 2021, the 2-5 meters segment dominated the EV charging cables market. There is a high demand for 2–5 meters cable in homes and the charging station where the area of the station is small. Also, the same segment is expected to retain its dominance during the forecast period.
Coroplast Group; Sinbon Electronics Co., Ltd.; TE Connectivity; Phoneix Contact; Besen International Group Co., Ltd.; Dyden Corporation; Teison Energy Technology Co., Ltd.; General Cable Technologies Corporation; System Wire Cable; Aptiv; Leoni AG; Brugg eConnect; Ionity Gmbh; Chengdu Khons Technology Co., Ltd. are among the companies profiled in the EV charging cables market study. In addition to these players, multiple prominent global and regional companies, emerging players, market disruptors, and niche market players were analyzed during the market study.
The EV charging cables market players are majorly adopting the strategy of market initiatives, which involves the expansion of footprint across the world and meeting the surge in customer demand. The market players are mainly focusing on product and service enhancements by integrating advanced features and technologies into their offerings.