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U.S. Electric Bus Charging Station Market by Product (Plug-In Charging, Pantograph Charging, Inductive Charging), by Connector (J1772, CCS), by Charger (Off-Board, On-Board), by Charging (Fast Charging, Slow Charging) – Market Size, Share, Development, Growth, and Demand Forecast, 2016–2025

  • Published: September 2019
  • Report Code: AT11554
  • Available Format: PDF
  • Pages: 94

Chapter 1. Research Background

1.1 Research Objectives

1.2 Market Definition

1.3 Research Scope

1.3.1 Market Segmentation by Product

1.3.2 Market Segmentation by Connector

1.3.3 Market Segmentation by Charger

1.3.4 Market Segmentation by Charging

1.3.5 Analysis Period

1.3.6 Market Data Reporting Unit

1.3.6.1 Volume

1.3.6.2 Value

1.4 Key Stakeholders

Chapter 2. Research Methodology

2.1 Secondary Research

2.2 Primary Research

2.2.1 Breakdown of Primary Research Respondents

2.2.1.1 By industry participant

2.2.1.2 By company type

2.3 Market Size Estimation

2.4 Data Triangulation

2.5 Assumptions for the Study

Chapter 3. Executive Summary

Chapter 4. Introduction

4.1 Definition of Market Segments

4.1.1 By Product

4.1.1.1 Plug-in charging

4.1.1.2 Pantograph charging

4.1.1.3 Inductive charging

4.1.2 By Connector

4.1.2.1 J1772

4.1.2.2 CCS

4.1.2.3 Others

4.1.3 By Charger

4.1.3.1 Off-board

4.1.3.2 On-board

4.1.4 By Charging

4.1.4.1 Fast charging

4.1.4.2 Slow charging

4.2 Value Chain Analysis

4.3 Market Dynamics

4.3.1 Trends

4.3.1.1 Growing emergence of wireless charging systems

4.3.2 Drivers

4.3.2.1 Government schemes and regulations

4.3.2.2 Growing demand for electric buses increases the deployment of electric bus charging stations

4.3.2.2.1 Falling battery costs and improving operational efficiencies

4.3.2.2.2 Increasing replacement sales

4.3.2.3 Impact analysis of drivers on market forecast

4.3.3 Restraints

4.3.3.1 High cost of equipment and installation

4.3.3.2 Lack of standardization

4.3.3.3 Impact analysis of restraints on market forecast

4.3.4 Opportunities

4.3.4.1 Growing preference for depot charge buses over on-route charge buses

4.4 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

4.4.1 Bargaining power of buyers

4.4.2 Bargaining power of suppliers

4.4.3 Threat of new entrants

4.4.4 Intensity of rivalry

4.4.5 Threat of substitutes

Chapter 5. U.S. Market Size and Forecast

5.1 By Product

5.2 By Connector

5.3 By Charger

5.4 By Charging

Chapter 6. U.S. Electric Bus Market Size and Forecast

6.1 Electric Buses in Service and On-Order by State

Chapter 7. Major Electric Bus Deployment Initiative in U.S.

7.1 Major Electric Bus Deployment Initiatives

Chapter 8. Policy and Regulatory Landscape for Electric Bus

8.1 Electric Buses

8.1.1 Overview

8.1.2 Incentive Schemes and Programs

8.1.2.1 Alabama

8.1.2.2 California

8.1.2.3 Colorado

8.1.2.4 Maryland

8.1.2.5 Massachusetts

8.1.2.6 Minnesota

8.1.2.7 Missouri

8.1.2.8 Nevada

8.1.2.9 New York

8.1.2.10 Ohio

8.1.2.11 Pennsylvania

8.1.2.12 Rhode Island

8.1.2.13 Texas

8.1.2.14 Utah

8.1.2.15 Virginia

8.1.2.16 Washington

8.2 Electric Charging infrastructure

8.2.1 Overview

8.2.2 Incentive Schemes and Programs

8.2.2.1 Arkansas

8.2.2.2 California

8.2.2.3 Connecticut

8.2.2.4 Delaware

8.2.2.5 District of Columbia

8.2.2.6 Georgia

8.2.2.7 Maryland

8.2.2.8 New York

8.2.2.9 Oklahoma

8.2.2.10 Pennsylvania

8.2.2.11 Rhode Island

8.2.2.12 Virginia

8.2.2.13 Washington

8.3 Electric Bus Projects in the Pipeline

Chapter 9. Competitive Landscape

9.1 Market Share Analysis of Key Players

9.2 Competitive Analysis of Key Players

9.3 Strategic Developments of Key Players

Chapter 10. Company Profiles

10.1 ABB Ltd.

10.1.1 Business Overview

10.1.2 Product and Service Offerings

10.1.3 Key Financial Summary

10.2 APT Controls Ltd.

10.2.1 Business Overview

10.2.2 Product and Service Offerings

10.3 Heliox B.V.

10.3.1 Business Overview

10.3.2 Product and Service Offerings

10.4 Siemens Mobility GmbH

10.4.1 Business Overview

10.4.2 Product and Service Offerings

10.5 Proterra Inc.

10.5.1 Business Overview

10.5.2 Product and Service Offerings

10.6 Advanced Vehicle Manufacturing Inc.

10.6.1 Business Overview

10.6.2 Product and Service Offerings

Chapter 11. Appendix

11.1 Abbreviations

11.2 Sources and References

11.3 Related Reports

List of Tables

 

TABLE 1 ANALYSIS PERIOD OF THE STUDY

TABLE 2 BATTERY PRICE TRENDS (2016–2024)

TABLE 3 DRIVERS FOR THE MARKET: IMPACT ANALYSIS

TABLE 4 RESTRAINTS FOR THE MARKET: IMPACT ANALYSIS

TABLE 5 U.S. ELECTRIC BUS CHARGING STATION MARKET, BY PRODUCT, UNITS (2016–2025)

TABLE 6 U.S. ELECTRIC BUS CHARGING STATION MARKET, BY PRODUCT, $M (2016–2025)

TABLE 7 U.S. ELECTRIC BUS CHARGING STATION MARKET, BY CONNECTOR, UNITS (2016–2025)

TABLE 8 U.S. ELECTRIC BUS CHARGING STATION MARKET, BY CONNECTOR, $M (2016– 2025)

TABLE 9 U.S. ELECTRIC BUS CHARGING STATION MARKET, BY CHARGER, UNITS (2016–2025)

TABLE 10 U.S. ELECTRIC BUS CHARGING STATION MARKET, BY CHARGER, $M (2016–2025)

TABLE 11 U.S. ELECTRIC BUS CHARGING STATION MARKET, BY CHARGING, UNITS (2016–2025)

TABLE 12 U.S. ELECTRIC BUS CHARGING STATION MARKET, BY CHARGING, $M (2016–2025)

TABLE 13 U.S. ELECTRIC BUS MARKET, (2015–2024)

TABLE 14 ELECTRIC BUSES IN SERVICE AND ON-ORDER BY STATE (2018)

TABLE 15 LOW- OR NO-EMISSION ELECTRIC BUS PROJECTS

TABLE 16 CALIFORNIA VOLUNTARY VEHICLE RETIREMENT INCENTIVE PROGRAM

TABLE 17 NEW YORK ALTERNATIVE FUEL AND ADVANCED VEHICLE PURCHASE VOUCHER SCHEME

TABLE 18 UTAH ALTERNATIVE FUEL COMMERCIAL VEHICLE TAX CREDIT PROGRAM

TABLE 19 WASHINGTON ALTERNATIVE FUEL COMMERCIAL VEHICLE TAX CREDIT PROGRAM

TABLE 20 MARYLAND ALTERNATIVE FUEL COMMERCIAL VEHICLE TAX CREDIT PROGRAM

TABLE 21 MARYLAND ALTERNATIVE FUEL STATION GRANT PROGRAM

TABLE 22 ELECTRIC BUS PROJECTS IN THE PIPELINE

TABLE 23 COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS OF KEY PLAYERS

TABLE 24 ABB LTD. – AT A GLANCE

TABLE 25 ABB LTD. – KEY FINANCIAL SUMMARY

TABLE 26 APT CONTROLS LTD. – AT A GLANCE

TABLE 27 HELIOX B.V. – AT A GLANCE

TABLE 28 SIEMENS MOBILITY GMBH – AT A GLANCE

TABLE 29 PROTERRA INC. – AT A GLANCE

TABLE 30 ADVANCED VEHICLE MANUFACTURING INC. – AT A GLANCE

List of Figures

 

FIG 1 RESEARCH SCOPE

FIG 2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

FIG 3 BREAKDOWN OF PRIMARY RESEARCH BY INDUSTRY PARTICIPANT

FIG 4 BREAKDOWN OF PRIMARY RESEARCH BY COMPANY TYPE

FIG 5 DATA TRIANGULATION APPROACH

FIG 6 U.S. ELECTRIC BUS CHARGING STATION MARKET SUMMARY

FIG 7 VALUE CHAIN OF U.S. ELECTRIC BUS CHARGING STATION MARKET

FIG 8 PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS

FIG 9 BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS

FIG 10 BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS

FIG 11 THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS

FIG 12 INTENSITY OF RIVALRY

FIG 13 THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES

FIG 14 U.S. ELECTRIC BUS CHARGING STATION MARKET, BY PRODUCT, UNITS (2016–2025)

FIG 15 U.S. ELECTRIC BUS CHARGING STATION MARKET, BY CONNECTOR, UNITS (2016–2025)

FIG 16 U.S. ELECTRIC BUS CHARGING STATION MARKET, BY CHARGER, UNITS (2016–2025)

FIG 17 U.S. ELECTRIC BUS CHARGING STATION MARKET, BY CHARGING, UNITS (2016–2025)

FIG 18 U.S. ELECTRIC BUS MARKET, UNITS (2015–2024)

FIG 19 U.S. ELECTRIC BUS CHARGING STATION MARKET SHARE OF KEY PLAYERS (2018)

FIG 20 ABB LTD. – REVENUE SPLIT BY SEGMENT AND GEOGRAPHY (2018)

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