Financing charging infrastructure
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Financing charging infrastructure

15 November 2022

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To tackle the challenge of market complexity, we worked with Arcadis to develop the Global Charging Infrastructure Market Report to compare market conditions across 22 countries and states, including the UK and Ireland, continental Europe, North America, Latin America and the Asia-Pacific region.12 The analysis of the market readiness for investments used five parameters to examine challenges and. [...] Additionally, institutional investors will play a key role in de-risking and attracting private capital to the transition, demanding trilateral collaboration between businesses, governments and financing institutions The size of the effort and urgency of moving from pilot projects to scale within the timeframe of the net- zero transition requires establishing a public-private collaborative framewo. [...] However, in the case of charging infrastructure, the operator would want the owner to purchase the asset at the end of the contract to avoid reinstatement costs after the charging-as-a-service (CaaS) contract runs out. [...] As the ultimate beneficiaries of the projects, energy and utility companies repay the costs of the project through the additional margin enabled by the efficiency measures or additional infrastructure provided by the government. [...] grid • Shift EU government policy to mandate the rollout of EV infrastructure by moving from directives to regulations Africa The nascent EV market in Africa • There is a lack of energy supply • Governmental and international is beginning to prepare for the infrastructure to facilitate charger support to kick-start EV adoption and EV revolution but still lags deployment in masse.

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