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Eaton Electric Vehicle Charging Station

When creating xChargeIn, Eaton paid significant attention to contemporary e-mobility user behaviour. As a result, Eaton’s electric vehicle charging station xChargeIn is divided into four series: A, X, M, and S, each with its own set of applications, ranging from simple wall mounting in the private sector to the installation of charging stations on company premises to use in commercial buildings such as public parking lots.

Furthermore, EATON provides a variety of accessories that enhance the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of novel charging solutions, such as intelligent power management.

EATON introduces xChargeIn, a solution that can be modified and scaled based on the starting scenario and so fits all of the requirements of a private or commercial application.

  • With a power output of up to 22 kW, it’s a slim design.
  • With a power output of up to 7,4 kW, this is a very cost-effective single-phase option (32 A)
  • Made to withstand extreme temperatures (10-16 A:.25 to 50 °C / 20-32 A to 40 °C)
  • Because of the integrated DC leakage detection, no additional RCCB is required (Type A sufficient)
  • The comfort control kit is offered for the X-, S-, and M-Series for energy monitoring and efficient power use.

Series

  • Simple applications are ideal, such as in house garages.
  • Charging an electric vehicle with a single-phase is simple with this model.
  • High-quality charging stations with up to 32 A at a low cost
  • The built-in 6 mA DC sensor eliminates the need for a specific residual current circuit breaker.
  • Solutions for residential families as well as small businesses
  • Charging stations with single or three phases, as well as authentication
  • Without authentication, by key or by RFID is an option.
  • xComfort Smart Home Controller (SHC) and xChargeIn Peak Control (CPAD-00/219) are optional for charging station control.
  • It is possible to utilise it as a stand-alone station.
  • For integration into home automation, digital inputs and outputs (X1 / X2) are available.

S-Series and M-Series

  • Public parking garages, for example, are designed for professional use.
  • For fleet control, single-phase or three-phase master (M) / slave (S) charging stations enhance communication and load management.
  • Integrated load management allows M-series charging stations to control up to 15 slave stations.
  • M-Series: LAN, WLAN, and GSM 3G communication connections
  • M-Series: Open Charge Point (OCPP) for charging infrastructure integration

Eaton Electric Vehicle Charging Station

E-mobility in the Future

E-mobility, which refers to any car with batteries and an electric drive, is more than a fad. Since 2008, the European Union has collaborated with industry to encourage e-mobility investments through public-private partnerships.

Furthermore, e-mobility is a key component of “Europe 2020,” the EU’s energy and climate package, particularly when meeting national emissions reduction targets: e-mobility is thus a key component of the plan for achieving considerable greenhouse gas emission reductions.

At the national level, corresponding incentives and support programmes exist, such as the construction of e-mobility model regions, intended to contribute to a major reduction in the transportation sector’s carbon footprint.

Austria, for example, aspires to have a climate-neutral transportation industry by 2050. Norway, Europe’s indisputable e-mobility leader, has even indicated that starting in 2025, it will no longer register vehicles with internal combustion engines.

While this strategy may appear ambitious, it appears to be working: By 2017, more than half of all new automobiles sold were either electric or hybrid versions, thanks to significant tax reductions and incentives.

Given the ranges that are already available today, there is no longer any technical reason why this climate-neutral technology should not be deployed.

So, where are we going? ( Eaton’s Answer)

The other electric range of hybrid vehicles varies between 30 kilometres and just over 60 kilometres, depending on the type and manufacturer. On the other hand, Genuine electric automobiles may already achieve ranges of 80 kilometres to over 600 kilometres.

As a result, given Europe’s main driving and commuting patterns – for example, shopping trips, daily commutes to work, picking up the kids from school, etc. – the use of electric vehicles is not only plausible but also totally feasible.

In other words, electric vehicles are only suitable for much longer travels, such as car trips to other nations, because the distances required to push them to their limitations.

But even this is in line with today’s mobility habits: depending on the destination, people will frequently use trains, car trains, or (if larger distances are needed) aeroplanes instead of driving. Aside from their range, the construction of appropriate charging infrastructure is critical to the success of electric vehicles.

And here is where Eaton’s xChargeIn system comes in, which can be adjusted and expanded to meet the needs of both private and commercial applications.

Intelligent power management

External control of the X, S, and M series charging stations is possible via a single integrated connection X1. Eaton offers a comprehensive bundle of pre-selected comfort components and a corresponding control system for the charging stations via the Smart Home Controller (SHC) app.

A potential-free output controls the X1 contact, which, when activated, causes the charging station to begin the charging process. An energy metre with a capacity of up to 23 kW is also included. Other big loads in the house, like a cooktop, are handled by this equipment.

This enables load control management to be implemented. The “load shifting” and “peak shaving” methods employed for this purpose pause the charging process during periods of excessive power usage and reactivate the system after consumption levels have returned to normal.

When xComfort is used in conjunction with the SHC xChargeIn peak control mechanism, the supply of the most vital devices can be prioritised at any moment.

  • With xComfort, you can save money on energy.
  • xComfort’s SHC-xChargeIn Peak Control Package
  • xComfort Smart Home Controller (optional)
  • xComfort energy sensor (optional)

Eaton is a power management firm with 20.4 billion in revenues in 2017. We offer energy-saving solutions that enable our customers to handle electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical power more effectively, safely, and sustainably.

Eaton is committed to using power management technology and services to improve people’s lives and the environment. Eaton employs roughly 96,000 people and sells to clients in over 175 countries.

Eaton’s Pow-R-Station Level 2 Charging Station for Electric Vehicles

The Market’s Most Robust and Flexible EVSE Offering

The NEMA 3R-rated Level 2 Pow-R-Station electric car charger can be wall-mounted for residential or commercial garage installations or placed as a freestanding pedestal for outdoor use.

It has an aluminium housing that is powder-coated for toughness and long life. It can be used as a stand-alone power plant or networked with other power plants that will be operated and managed by the same company.

Depending on battery capacity, the Level 2 charger will readily recharge a depleted all-electric car battery in three to four hours using an industry-standard J1772E 30A or 70A connector.

Any competent electrician can install the Level 2 Pow-R-Station electric vehicle charger quickly and easily. The inside pedestal is similar to installing a lighting bollard circuit, and the wall-mount design is similar to that of an electric stove circuit. An electrician can also check whether the branch circuit size is correct according to the NFPA 70 and NEC 625.14 requirements.

Eaton can work with a variety of third-party authentication systems to satisfy your application’s needs, including but not limited to:

  • Make use of a credit or debit card authorised for outdoor use.
  • Readers for RFID and HID cards
  • Readers of key fobs
  • Keypads with synchronised codes

Furthermore, the optional inbuilt synchronous-code keypad can be used in connection with today’s parking lot management systems to enable payment while restricting access to the chargers.

Credit Card Reader

The ePort EDGE credit/debit card reader provides users with a safe and intelligent solution for their EV charging payment needs. Charging begins after the user selects a specified charge session end time and authorises payment on Eaton’s Pow-R-Station series of electric vehicle charging stations.

The charging will continue until the user cancels the session or the predefined session expires. The unit’s transactional data will be recorded and securely accessible via the Internet. A 16-character, 2-line LCD, an LED indicator for transaction status, and an END button to complete or abort transactions are all included with the ePort EDGE.

A company that specialized in electric vehicle charging, Green Motion SA, was purchased by Eaton.

Uday Yadav, president and CEO of Eaton’s Electrical Sector, said, “The global energy transformation is gathering steam, and Eaton is well-positioned to contribute to the society while also benefiting from this critical trend.”

“One of the areas where we anticipate to see tremendous expansion over the coming decade is the electric vehicle charging infrastructure.” Eaton’s existing energy storage and power distribution capabilities will benefit from Green Motion’s proven charger designs and Smart power and billing management software.”

Eaton’s FOCUS is to enhance someone’s life and the environment via power management technology and services. We offer long-term solutions that enable our customers to manage electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical power more safely, efficiently, and reliably.

Eaton expects 17.9 billion in revenue in 2020, with more than 175 countries clients. We employ roughly 92,000 people. Visit Eaton.com for additional details.

Eaton Receives Green Motion SA, Extending Capabilities for Electric Vehicle Charging

“Energy transformation is rapidly gaining momentum around the world, and Eaton is ideally placed to support society and benefit from this critical trend,” said Uday Yadav, president and chief executive, Eaton’s Electrical Sector.

“One of the areas where we anticipate to see tremendous expansion over the coming decade is the electric vehicle charging infrastructure.” Green Motion’s tried-and-true charger designs, as well as its superior power and billing management software, are valuable additions to Eaton’s current energy storage and electrical distribution products.”

Eaton aims to improve people’s lives and the environment by utilising power control technologies and services. We deliver long-term solutions that enable our customers to handle electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical power more effectively — safely, efficiently, and consistently.

Eaton’s 2020 revenue was 17.9 billion, and we serve customers in over 175 countries. We employ roughly 92,000 people. Visit Eaton.com for additional details.

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Green Motion Buys U-Save: What Now?

Green Motion acquires U-Save Car Truck Rental, and the plate tectonics in car rental shift yet again. No one should ever think the car rental market is done consolidating. But this one, who knew?

At first glance, the merger seems like an odd culture fit. Both are family-run car rental brands that operate exclusively on a franchised basis, though their models diverge from there.

Founded in 1979 and based in Jackson, Mississippi, the U-Save brand is known for renting economical cars in neighborhood markets in the U.S., with some locations serving airports. The franchise network has a small footprint overseas.

Green Motion started in the U.K. in 2007 with a mandate to be the lowest carbon-emitting car rental company in the markets it serves. The company operates about 550 rental stations in 60 locations throughout the world, with 14 in the U.S. Green Motion serves predominantly leisure airport traffic but has a presence in some local markets.

Richard Lowden, founder and CEO of Green Motion, and Tom McDonnell, CEO of U-Save Car Truck Rental, dig a deeper into the sale. They discuss how they plan to meet a rapidly evolving market and how their diversity might be their best strength.

Merger Structure

The location count for the merged company stands at 84 in the U.S., which puts it sixth in terms of overall revenue (and fifth in locations). Lowden acknowledges the considerable revenue gap between the majors (including Sixt and Fox/Europcar) and this new combined company.

However, “It’s still a good achievement for us to get to, and there’s room to grow,” said Lowden, who was just getting back to England after meeting the larger U-Save team in Jackson last week.

The merged company remains privately held and will continue the franchise model. Right now, there are no new logo iterations or adjustments to either the Green Motion or U-Save branding.

U-Save’s existing management team is now part of the Green Motion group and will continue to serve the U-Save franchise network on a day-to-day basis. McDonnell and the senior management team will remain for at least 12 months, though that period could be extended.

“For our franchisees, they’ll still be seeing the same faces that they’ve seen before,” McDonnell said.

McDonnell retains his separate insurance business that serves U-Save franchisees. Under the merger, a cooperation agreement will allow Green Motion to access those insurance services as well.

Brand Footprints

The combination of other franchise brands has gotten thorny in the past when it comes to territory overlap. But it won’t be an issue here, according to Lowden and McDonnell. There are only a handful of markets in which the brands overlap, and in two of them — Orlando and Los Angeles — the operators are already co-branded as U-Save and Green Motion.

“Those two brands are sitting side by side in those key markets and have flourished, so we know it works,” Lowden said. “Therefore Tom and I knew we could roll this out successfully across other markets as desired.”

The new corporate entity will look closely to make sure any co-branded opportunity won’t aggrandize either brand and widens the customer base, customer choice, and available fleet.

Dual-Branding and Franchisee Growth

This dual branding, in fact, will be leveraged as a strength and an opportunity for existing and potential franchisees. “There will be an opportunity for dual side-by-side locations where the franchisee will be given the choice to operate both brands,” Lowden said.

“We felt that putting the two companies together in a dual-branded situation would be the best of both worlds,” McDonnell said. “With the wider product offerings, technology, and ability to scale fleet, it will help our franchisees continue to grow their existing markets.”

Continued Lowden: “We’ve identified 70 airports in the U.S. that we’re confident can support both brands together. That will be one of the big pushes. We’ve got a team that will FOCUS on airport expansion in the U.S. and a neighborhood team focused on developing profitable local stores.”

McDonnell is appreciative of Green Motion’s ability to capture demand data market by market to see where expansion makes sense. “When we’re talking to franchise prospects, we can show them data on a particular market, whether neighborhood, downtown, or airport, and how best to strategize brand placement in those segments,” he said.

The sharing will flow both ways: “We’re going to learn a lot on the U-Save side about airport markets from Green Motion, and we think we can share some things on downtown and neighborhood markets with Green Motion that will translate into their system as well,” McDonnell said.

OTA Connectivity Tech Integration

As a leisure brand with airport inbound business both domestically and internationally, Green Motion is connected to all the major OTAs such as Expedia and Priceline as well as to the worldwide car rental brokers and numerous regional players.

Green Motion will bring those reservations channels to U-Save operators should they desire it — and at a lower price point per transaction. Traditionally, most U-Save operators wouldn’t need the OTAs and their high transaction costs, as they serve local insurance replacement and weekend rental business on a direct basis. “But we’ve learned through the pandemic that people do transact online with these neighborhood locations,” Lowden said.

Further, Lowden believes that U-Save franchisees — particularly co-branded ones — will be poised to open untapped reservation streams. That connectivity, along with the brand’s offering of a lower carbon footprint, would capture new local business types such as local government, military, law enforcement, or local corporations — “the Enterprise hunting ground,” according to Lowden.

There will also be opportunities to bring other new technologies to franchisees. That includes touchless rentals, which Green Motion has instituted and augmented during the pandemic.

While many think of touchless as an airport play, there are other opportunities in local markets that U-Save operators can leverage. McDonnell gives the example of a fixed base operation (FBO) at a local airport in which four or five vehicles could be managed remotely and accessed by pilots and plane owners.

Fleet Expertise

Lowden is appreciative of U-Save’s “boots on the ground” when it comes to fleet operations in local markets, and that expertise will remain in place. Big picture, Green Motion plans to leverage its global buying power in ways that could help U-Save operators access more volume discounts and a greater number of automakers.

This new flexibility should help U-Save and Green Motion operators meet evolving market conditions. Lowden is preparing for a further softening in car rental rates, and recessionary headwinds would make conditions more difficult for a smaller operator to access fleet.

“We’ve positioned our model to take us through the next two or three years where you will see rates come down and more challenging conditions,” Lowden said. “We’re well placed for the next stage of the market transition.”

EV Transition

That model and transition includes electric vehicles.

Lowden and McDonnell recognize Europe’s head start on electrification over North America, and Green Motion’s existing footprint there. Green Motion is presently readying a dedicated EV rental station in London and is trialing EVs in some U.S. locations now.

While U-Save’s traditional neighborhood markets may not be ready for electrification now, Green Motion’s growing operational prowess with EVs will ultimately benefit smaller markets, both say. Green Motion would start by renting electric vehicles at major airports and then permeate EV rentals community to community as they are able to build their charging infrastructure.

“We’re all looking into a cloudy crystal ball right about how electrification transitions over the next few years,” McDonnell said. “But I could see a scenario where the electric vehicle fleet would start in Green Motion’s airport operations and then would transfer into U-Save neighborhood operations. That cascade effect I think works very well.”

The Future

While this is Stage One of the journey, the existing base is a good place to build from, Lowden and McDonnell said.

With 14 U.S. locations at present, organic expansion was not the fast track. “If we continue at that rate, I don’t think we’ll make any significant gains (in the U.S.) in my lifetime,” said Lowden.

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“By connecting the two companies together, you’ve got a great American brand in U-Save, and fantastic technology from Green Motion, which will allow the Rapid growth of U-Save at airports as well as in neighborhoods,” Lowden said.

“We were able to combine with a great organization that will bring economies of scale to our franchise body,” McDonnell said. “Our management team loves the company, loves the brand, and most importantly loves our franchisees. We’ll be able to continue to work with an organization that I’ve known for years and have grown to really love.”

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Green Motion and its partners roll out the evpass public charging network

Announced by Green Motion in May, the “evpass” public charging network is now fully operational. The first partners to let the Vaud-based company install charging stations in their car parks were presented in Bern. The current rate of 10 stations installed per week will increase to 250 stations by 31 December 2016, and 1,000 one year later. Given the announcement of the Volkswagen Group’s 10 billion investment in electric motor vehicles and the Swiss National Council’s commitment to promoting the installation of stations at motorway service areas, the Rapid growth of electric mobility is no longer in doubt. Green Motion has decided to offer free charging stations to Swiss towns with sufficient potential. Green Motion’s network of 1,600 “evpass” charging stations has now been launched, thanks to the committed supportof a dozen leading partners with the shared belief that the success of electric mobility lies in an effective public charging network. These new public charging stations will be spread throughout the country thanks to agreements between major companies that share the common factor of a national presence or have car parks in locations highly convenient for users.

All sectors represented

In order to demonstrate the importance of access to public charging stations in a variety of contexts, Green Motion

selected its first partners with the aim of representing the greatest potential for installation and integration:

  • McDonald’s, the famous brand is installing “evpass” charging stations in restaurants that have a car park. McDonald’s restaurants in motorway service stations have also been selected.
  • SAK (St.Gallisch-Appenzellische Kraftwerke), the main energy utility provider of Eastern Switzerland will itself roll out 150 “evpass” charging stations.
  • Aldi, a company that has already opened more than 175 branches in Switzerland, is equipping its stores to allow customers to charge their vehicles while they shop.
  • Parking Zürich, Zurich’s own company operating the main car parks in Switzerland’s largest city, is to equip its car parks.
  • Avia is installing fast charging stations in its petrol and convenience stations located near motorways and on motorways. The first charging station will come into service this summer in Signy, in the canton of Vaud.
  • Mobility Car Sharing, Switzerland’s intelligent mobility pioneer, which is already a Green Motion customer, will incorporate “evpass” public charging stations into its own stations.
  • SITRASB, the Italian company that manages the Great Saint Bernard Tunnel will very soon bring fast charging stations into service for its users, as part of an innovative new project.
  • Mitsubishi, the car manufacturer which has already sold hundreds of Green Motion charging stations to its customers, will now include an “evpass” subscription into its key rings.

First stations operational in Zurich and in the canton of Fribourg

Around twenty “evpass” network public charging stations are already operational, particularly in car parks in the

centre of Zurich, at the new McDonald’s restaurant in Morat (Fribourg) and the first Aldi shop will soon be equipped in

The charging stations were installed by cablex (Swisscom Group), which has been charged with rolling out the “evpass”

These new charging stations are all actually incorporated in the current Green Motion network which now comprises

Opening the network up to new partners

The “evpass” network is now open to new partners who would like public charging stations in their car parks. Green

Motion will now actively seek new partners across Switzerland, contacting public bodies and companies to offer them

the chance to equip their car parks and join the national “evpass” charging station network. Green Motion clearly also

expects to receive unsollicited interest and will study any such proposals with the greatest attention.

Financing in place for the “evpass” network

The financing of the entire “evpass” network, amounting to tens of millions of Swiss Francs, has been assured under a

Anhui Zhongding Holding (Group) Co., Ltd., founded in 1980 and based in Ningguo (Anhui province), is a major industrial player in automotive supplies at global level. In 2016, the group employs 14,000 people with an annual turnover of 1.6 billion euros and its shares are listed on the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges.

In April, Green Motion and Zhongding signed an exclusive licensing agreement for Green Motion products in China,

where there is particularly strong potential for the development of charging infrastructures. In fact, in October 2015,

the Chinese government announced the commissioning of a major charging station network by 2020 to allow it to

meet the demand from 5 million electric cars. It is within the framework of this project that the Zhongding Group

About Green Motion

Green Motion is an independent company founded in Lausanne in 2009 that locally designs and produces charging systems for electric vehicles. The Swiss company is one of the pioneers in the charging infrastructure market and has been successfully installing its charging stations throughout the country for the past seven years.

The Green Motion product range includes private charging stations, public charging stations, fast chargers and centralised

charging management systems for car parks. All Green Motion charging stations are designed to operate as part

of a network and come equipped with innovative features including multi-channel payment, the regulation of vehicle

charging according to electricity network consumption and roaming between national and international operators.

Green Motion products are distributed and maintained through a network of around thirty partners, including the

largest industrial service providers and power suppliers in Switzerland, as well as vehicle manufacturers.

Cablex (Swisscom Group) provides 24/7 support for all Green Motion charging stations as well as for Green Motion’s

Green Motion SA

Green Motion is an independent company established in Lausanne in January 2009 that designs, produces and distributes charging systems for electric vehicles. In 2016, the company has raised substantial capital as part of a technology licensing agreement with the Chinese Zhongding Group. The acquired funds allow Green Motion to realize its plan for an intense expansion of its own charging stations network in Switzerland.

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EV Charging Station Market is Expected to Surpass US 113 Billion and likely to Grow at a CAGR of 26.6% between 2023 to 2033 | Data by Future Market Insights, Inc.

Furthermore, public charging infrastructure would permit the ultra-fast charging capabilities required for long-distance travel. EV chargers for home areas, on the other hand, have substantial development potential since they provide a cheaper and more convenient means of charging electric vehicles than commercial charging stations. Electric vehicle manufacturers are partnering with car rental companies to integrate chargers into current infrastructure. For example, one market player recently announced a collaboration with Green Motion, a vehicle rental service provider, to supply integrated chargers inside buildings with energy storage.

  • During the forecast period, the U.K. is estimated to account for a significant share of the global EV charging station market. This is attributed to the government adopting the Automated and Electric Vehicles (AEV) Act. It gives the government enormous power to hasten the installation of EVCI in gas stations and on roads.
  • The EV charging station market in Asia Pacific is predicted to hold the largest share, particularly in China and India, during the projected period. This is owing to key companies offering full end-to-end services ranging from captive charger installation to maintenance. Collaboration between various OEMs, automotive manufacturers, and charging infrastructure providers is also propelling the market growth.
  • As they are more cost-effective to the providers, the public charging” application type, accounts for a significant share and is the most innovative area for key players.

Competitive Landscape:

Industry participants participate in a flood of focused product launches and global expansion to boost the brand and money. In order to expand their consumer base and strengthen their position, they are also expanding their reach across several continents and entering new markets, particularly in emerging economies. Industry participants are offering new creative products to the market as a result of increased carbon emissions and the development of electric and hybrid vehicle technology. These factors are projected to drive the global EV charging station market growth.

Key Players:

  • ABB Ltd.
  • ChargePoint Inc.
  • EVgo Services LLC
  • Scheinder Electric
  • Blink Charging Co.
  • Toshiba Corporation
  • Mojo Mobility Inc.
  • General Electric
  • Robert Bosch GmbH
  • Chargemaster plc
  • Siemens AG
  • Denso Corporation
  • Tesla Inc.
  • Infineon Technologies AG
  • Qualcomm Technologies Inc.

Recent Developments:

  • In 2015, ChargePoint Inc., Volkswagen Group, and BMW AG announced plans to construct 100 DC fast chargers on the United States’ West and East coasts. Some companies favor a merger and acquisition strategy to increase their market share.
  • In 2018, BP Plc announced the acquisition of Chargemaster Plc, a prominent producer of EV chargers in the United Kingdom. Following the acquisition, ChargemasterPlc was renamed BP Charge master.

Key Segments Profiled in the EV Charging Station Market Survey

By Level of Charging:

By Charging Station:

  • AC Charging
  • DC Charging
  • Wireless Charging

By Supplier Type:

By Vehicle Type:

  • Passenger Cars
  • Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV)
  • Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle (PHEV)
  • Heavy Commercial Vehicles
  • Light Commercial Vehicles
  • Two-wheelers Scooters

By Installation Type:

By Application:

By End User:

Table of Content

Executive Summary

1.4. Technology Roadmap Analysis

1.5. Analysis and Recommendations

Market Overview

2.1. Market Coverage / Taxonomy

2.2. Market Definition / Scope / Limitations

Market Background

3.2.1. Demand in Optimistic Scenario

3.2.2. Demand in Likely Scenario

3.2.3. Demand in Conservative Scenario

3.3. Opportunity Map Analysis

3.4. Product Life Cycle Analysis

3.5.1. Supply Side Participants and their Roles

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