North American Light Duty Electric Vehicle (LDEV) Charging Market and Supply Chain Report: Standards Gaps

Standards Gap Statement Analysis

Thirty-two (32) Standards gap statements were identified, which represent 13% of the total number of gap statements.  Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) issues and interoperable EV charging standards represent the most significant sub-gap areas in this category.  In general, respondents that discuss standards are almost uniformly frustrated with the slow adoption of a national standard in the US for EV charging.  The main takeaway from the standards gap statements is that key players seek assistance in expediting the process to reach a uniform set of technology protocols for the NA EVSE supply chain.

North American (NA) Light Duty Electric Vehicle (LDEV) Supplier Equipment Market and Supply Chain Gap Report (2019)


Gap Analysis

Final Recommendations and Conclusions

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