EV ‘boom’ in 2023?

Electric Vehicles charge for the future

In the past few years, the electric vehicle (EV) market has experienced unprecedented growth. As a result of President Biden’s sustainable infrastructure plan, environmental concerns have intensified, and the number of available charging stations has surged, leading to more consumers adopting electric vehicles to replace carbon emission vehicles.

A report by McKinsey in 2018 predicted that there would be as many as 400 electric vehicles on the market by 2023, indicating that the world would vigorously promote the future of sustainable vehicles. As we are about to usher in the new year, Morning Consult reported that by the end of 2023, the United States alone will face a cliff of 125 predicted models. More than a quarter of the top 400 forecasts in the McKinsey report come from one country. What contribution will the rest of the world make to the growth of electric vehicles?

Global appeal

Countries around the world are expanding their charging infrastructure to adapt to the growth of the electric vehicle market. By 2030, Germany plans to install up to 10 million electric vehicles on the road, and California alone plans to install 5 million. Canada’s goal is to achieve 100% of new car sales as zero emission vehicles by 2040.

A report by InsideEVs shows that although the purchase subsidy of electric vehicles will be reduced by 30% in 2022, it is expected that by the end of 2022, China’s sales will exceed 5.5 million vehicles. Considering the sales of commercial vehicles such as buses and vans, it is estimated that the number will jump to 6 million. Although China has decided to cancel the subsidies for the purchase of electric vehicles in 2023, there is no sign of a decline in the health of its electric vehicle market.

2023 is expected to become the largest “boom year” for electric vehicles; According to this comprehensive TopElectric SUV guide, more than 40 new EV models will be unveiled soon.

Wealth of options

Countries around the world are expanding their charging infrastructure to adapt to the growth of the electric vehicle market. By 2030, Germany plans to install up to 10 million electric vehicles on the road, and California alone plans to install 5 million. Canada’s goal is to achieve 100% of new car sales as zero emission vehicles by 2040.

A report by InsideEVs shows that although the purchase subsidy of electric vehicles will be reduced by 30% in 2022, it is expected that by the end of 2022, China’s sales will exceed 5.5 million vehicles. Considering the sales of commercial vehicles such as buses and vans, it is estimated that the number will jump to 6 million. Although China has decided to cancel the subsidies for the purchase of electric vehicles in 2023, there is no sign of a decline in the health of its electric vehicle market.

2023 is expected to become the largest “boom year” for electric vehicles; According to this comprehensive TopElectric SUV guide, more than 40 new EV models will be unveiled soon.

Driving change

Level 3 charging is the fastest way to charge an electric vehicle. While probably not as common as Level 2 chargers, Level 3 chargers can also be found in any major populated place. Unlike Level 2 charging, some EVs may not be compatible with Level 3 charging. A level 3 charger is also required and charging is provided via a 480V AC or DC plug. Charging time may take 20 minutes to 1 hour, charging rates are 43kW to 100+kW, using CHAdeMO or CCS connectors. Both Level 2 and Level 3 chargers have connectors that connect to the charging station.

Like every device that needs charging, your car battery loses efficiency with every charge. With proper maintenance, a car battery can last more than five years! However, if you use your car every day in average conditions, it is best to replace it after three years. In addition to this, most car batteries are not that reliable and can lead to many safety issues.

EV Charger Choices

With the great development and demands of the EVs, more and more people need the good ev chargers which is quite suitable for their electric car, the followings are recommended:

  1. Portable EV Charger
  2. EV Charging Stations / Wallbox
  3. EV Charging Cables

There are 4 main power choices:

  • 16A 3.6KW 220V
  • 16A 11KW 400V
  • 32A 7KW 220V
  • 32A 22KW 400V

If you want the home ev chargers, you could take a look for portable ev charger, pls check the following link. You also could carry portable ev chargers everywhere.

EV Charging Station is a great choice, it could be install on the wall, which is fixed and not flexible. But it is very smart home ev charging way.

When you are going outside, and you need to charge your EV, you could use the ev cable, connect the cable with public ev charging station.

According to your demands, you could choose the best charger for yourself. Any problems about the ev chargers, just freely send the email to our Zencar Team to know more.