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Report: EV Charging Needs & Announced Deployments Through 2032

The International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) has published its assessment of U.S. electric vehicle charging needs and announced deployments through 2032. The report digs into how much charging infrastructure is needed, how much has been or is expected to be built and if that amount is enough. 

The assessment analyzes U.S. light-duty battery electric vehicle (BEV) sales and the related home, workplace, and public charging needs through 2032, which are based on estimates of potential market growth from the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Multi-Pollutant Emissions Standards.

The report then compares those charging needs with an examination of more than 160 charging deployment and infrastructure investment announcements made by federal and state governments, charging infrastructure companies, automakers, retailers, utilities, and other stakeholders. 

According to the report, the impending EV fleet will require about 3.7 million public Level 2 chargers, 136,000 DC fast chargers, and 40.1 million chargers at single-family and multifamily homes by 2032. 

About 182% of the needed public DC fast charging infrastructure will be built by private sectors with government and utility stakeholders contributing around 225%. When it comes to the needed public and workplace Level 2 chargers, private sectors are expected to cover about 62%, with governments and utilities providing about 84%. 

You can access the report, as well as ICCT’s key findings and high-level summary here.

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