Power Technology Research (headquartered in the United States), which actively conducts market research in the e-mobility field, has compiled a study on the market for charging equipment for electric vehicles (EVs). According to the company’s research, the EV charging market is undergoing a transition from alternating current (AC) charging to direct current (DC) fast charging. Initially, AC chargers were the mainstream in the EV market, but in the last 10 years (2010-2020) there has been a noticeable shift from normal AC charging at night to DC fast charging. The main factors are thought to be the increasing need for quick charging to eliminate “mileage anxiety,” superior energy efficiency compared to AC charging, and the fact that some AC charging can no longer be supported due to increased battery size. It will be done. This report proposes the impact of the spread of EVs on the power grid and solutions.
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