Global On-Board Charger Market is valued at USD 3.83 Billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 9.94 Billion by 2028 with a CAGR of 14.6% over the forecast period.
The onboard charger in every electric vehicle come equipped with, for charging the vehicle takes AC from the outside using a fancy cable and converts that charge into DC and transfer it to the batteries for storage. Hence, the cost to charge an EV at public charging stations varies by a reasonable amount. The Onboard few stations are free while others can cost over twice as much as home charging. An onboard charger (OBC) is used in an electric vehicle (EV) or hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) to charge the traction battery. These onboard charger system described in the material below converts the AC input from the grid to a DC input which charges the battery. Hence, the batteries can be damaged or even catch fire if the temperature or terminal voltage exceeds safe limits, so all battery chargers especially those for EVs must carefully regulate charging power and ultimately shut down the battery is full charging is in two stages.
The discharged battery can usually safely absorb all the power the charger can provide, this is the bulk stage. In addition, the onboard chargers' battery temperature voltage increase to some preset limit, at which point the charger ramps down the power to stay under those limits, this is the absorption stage. This is on-board charging terminates when the current drops under a preset minimum, a timer expires, the battery gets too hot, or when a user-selected percentage is reached. The recent advantage of an AC charging station is that the onboard charger will regulate the voltage and current as required for the EV hence it is not mandatory for the charging station to talk to the EV.
Global On-Board Charger Market report is segmented on the basis of product type, application, and regional & country level. Based on product type, the global on-board charger market is classified as Lower than 3 kilowatts, 3 - 3.7 kilowatts, and Higher than 3.7 kilowatts. Based upon application, the global on-board charger market is classified into electric vehicles and boats.
The regions covered in this on-board Charger Market report are North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Rest of the World. On the basis of country level, the market of on-board Chargers is subdivided into U.S., Mexico, Canada, U.K., France, Germany, Italy, China, Japan, India, South East Asia, GCC, Africa, etc.
November 17th, 2020: Mercedes-Benz announced that it is upgrading the EQC 400 4MATIC, the German automaker’s electric SUV, with a new onboard charger now capable of charging at up to 11 kW. The EQC is Mercedes-Benz’ first all-electric vehicle built to be electric from the ground up. It is the first of several new all-electric vehicles from the famous German brand, including the EQA and EQS coming next year. They are starting things slowly with the EQC, having hit a few challenges in its short life, including a recent recall and a delay in launching the electric SUV in the U.S.
The rapid increase in electric vehicle charging system is expected to foster the growth of the on-board charger market. This is due to the decreased power loss and increased power saving, which results in increased power density and improved overall performance of the batteries. In addition, rising knowledge among the end users regarding sustainable environment with less greenhouse gas emissions is also supplementing the market growth. According to world organization (WHO) in 2018, the Electric car (EV) deployment has grown rapidly over the past ten years, with the global stock of electric passenger cars passing 5 million, an increase of 63% from the previous year, around 45% of electric cars on the road were in China a total of 2.3 million to 39% and Europe accounted for 24% of the worldwide in 2017. Furthermore, the stringent government regulation toward the increasing adaption of EV has been the strongest driving force for a faster deployment of this vehicle category, especially at the manufacturing level.
However, the high price of electric cars, thin and inconsistent infrastructure, and range anxiety, as compared to same segment internal combustion engine (ICE) powered car has been a major barrier to EV adoption. One of the major factors restraining the growth of the global on-board charger market is increasing push from governments for installation of DC fast chargers. In spite of that, growing technological requirements, worldwide, owing to environmental concerns have propelled research and development (R&D) investment in electric vehicle technology can create more opportunities for the further growth of the market. Still, the recent advancement and deployment of electric vehicle (EV) technologies are considered as an emergent solution to meet the current and future energy crises. The electrification of transportation systems is a promising approach to green the transportation systems and to reduce the issues of climate change. This paper investigates the present status. The opening charging is a concept that EVs can be recharged whenever there is such opportunity. These charging stations are normally located in places where EVs are likely to park for half an hour to several hours such as airports, schools, shopping malls, supermarkets and tourist attractions.
Geographically, North America is expected to dominate the global on-board charger market with the highest market share in terms of profits in the overall market owing to the increasing adoption of onboard chargers in this region. The U.S. has been adopting onboard chargers with a power output between 3 to 3.7 kilowatts (kW). Now, the EV manufacturers are moving towards onboard chargers with a power output greater than 6.6 kW to reduce charging time.
According to the Study, 2017 in the U.S., Public charging infrastructure in the United States has grown from approximately 6,900 workplaces, the people DC fast chargers nationally in 2012 to about 61,000, of the total U.S. workplace and public chargers, about 74% were in the 100 most populous metropolitan areas, there were approximately 11,400 workplace outlets, 30,700 people Level 2 outlets and 3,400 DC fast-charging stations in 2018. The yearly increase in charging stations from 2016 to 2017 for these three categories was 35%, 39%, and 46% respectively. Tesla, Leviton, and Charge Point are some of the key players in the U.S. electric vehicle charging stations industry. The increasing government support in different countries for the adoption of BEVs in form of tax credits, grants, and subsidies is also supplementing the BEV sales.
The Asia Pacific is expected to be the largest market followed by Europe. Hence, the increasing concerns of carbon emission due to existing vehicles and the efficiency in this mode of transport have led the authorities to develop a charging infrastructure network that has propelled the growth of this market. In addition, government initiatives have encouraged the key players to develop the infrastructure for charging system.
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|On-Board Charger Companies
|Panasonic, Lear Corporation, Anoma, Exide Technologies, Flextronics International, HindlePower, Jackson Electronics, Lester Electrical, Minwa Electronics, Accutronics, Minn Kota, Delphi, NOCO, Mando and others.
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|North America, U.S., Mexico, Canada, Europe, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Asia Pacific, China, Japan, India, Southeast Asia, South America, Brazil, Argentina, Columbia, The Middle East and Africa, GCC, Africa, Rest of the Middle East and Africa
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