Fuel For Thought [S4|E6]: Dynamics of EV charging and its impacts on mobility
The automotive electrification outlook is a component of many intertwined factors from vehicle technologies and infrastructure availability to consumer sentiments and OEM partnerships. Many propose this to be a “Chicken and Egg” paradox, though S&P Global believes the vehicle (demand side) and charging stations (supply side) can be, and will be, developed and deployed largely at the same time. While there will be momentary shifts toward an oversupply of vehicles or an excess demand for charging, in the long run an equilibrium will emerge in most markets globally.
Listen in as Mark C. Boyadjis, Global Technology Lead, Consulting Services and Claudio Vittori, Associate Director, Supply Chain & Technology share their thoughts on this subject.
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