European EV Charging Infrastructure – Growth & Unit Economics Outlook – 10 November 2021

  • Private Equity
  • Industrials
  • Europe


Management Adviser at The Powerlines Group


  • AC and DC EV (electric vehicle) charger growth outlook, highlighting purchasing trends by location and supply chain bottlenecks
  • Hardware vs software development, including replacement and maintenance activity
  • Consolidation expectations in 2021-25, highlighting impact of recent M&A activity and increasing importance of software offerings
  • Unit economics outlook, highlighting trends in pricing, networked charging gross margins and services’ impacts on profitability


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