We Need To Shift How Transportation Infrastructure is Viewed to Successfully Transition to EVs – Wallbox is Helping Power This Evolution

–News Direct–

By Austin DeNoce, Benzinga

Transportation is undergoing an era-defining metamorphosis. With the increased global adoption of electric vehicles, traditional infrastructure like gas stations is becoming outdated. This is paving the way for EV charging stations to take center stage. However, whether youre a driver or investor, a number of questions still remain about exactly how the transportation industry will evolve alongside this new technology. One key factor thats rapidly changing how we interact with our cars is charging, and companies like Wallbox (NYSE: WBX) are working hard to address the unique challenges the evolution of the industry is presenting.

The Electrification Market

First, let's take a look at the landscape. The Vehicle Electrification Market which includes EVs, hybrids, batteries as well as charging infrastructure is set to reach $215.1 billion by 2032, with a CAGR of 9.8%. Driven by an increasing demand for alternative fuels and concerns over carbon emissions, the electrification wave is already in motion. Especially notable is the electric vehicle segment, which already represents 8.6% of new-car sales in the U.S. While other regions like China and the European Union have already surpassed 20% EV adoption, North America is catching up fast, thanks to growing awareness about environmental sustainability and a proactive effort to expand adoption and charging infrastructure through legislation like the Inflation Reduction Act.

The Reality Of EV Charging

The average U.S. driver covers about 37 miles daily, while all-electric vehicles offer a range of 250 500 miles per charge. This suggests that most drivers won't need daily charging, especially when a fast public charger can take up to an hour. Instead of focusing only on public chargers hubs that resemble traditional gas stations it may be more practical to focus first on integrating charging at places where vehicles are typically parked for extended periods, like homes and apartments, which will make up 80% of total charging ports in the U.S., as well as offices or malls. By doing so, charging becomes a seamless part of a consumers current daily routines without the need for frequent detours.

This is where Wallbox solves a major problem. A potential game-changer in the truest sense, Wallbox specializes in creating intelligent electric vehicle charging and energy management systems that fit seamlessly into current infrastructure at homes, apartment buildings, businesses or shared spaces. As the amount of electric vehicles increases, it will be necessary to have infrastructure in place that fits in with consumers' daily routines. Charging while running errands will be the norm, and Wallbox is prepared to meet that need.

With a team of over 1,000 professionals, a presence in 9 countries and a customer base in more than 100 countries, Wallbox is dedicated to revolutionizing how the world consumes energy. Their mission is clear to promote EV adoption globally and pave the way for a cleaner, more sustainable future.

Breaking Down The Numbers

Many EV owners charge their cars at home. Its simple, doesnt take time out of the day and the majority simply prefer charging their vehicles where they live, utilizing AC Level 2 charging equipment. With EVs consuming roughly 33 kWh over 100 miles and electricity costs pegged at $0.13 per kWh, the U.S. Department of Energy's data suggests that home charging can cost as low as $0.04 per mile.

Public stations, in contrast, often have steeper rates. The 2030 National Charging Network report finds that to support a mid-adoption scenario of 33 million EVs on the road by 2030, the nation will need 28 million charging ports. Given already visible shifts in consumer behavior, private residential chargers are expected to form the core of the national ecosystem, complemented by reliable public fast charging.

Thus, by encouraging at-home charging, not only are we making the switch to EVs more economical for the end-user, but we're also ensuring that the need for ultrafast chargers on highways remains an outlier scenario, covering only the rare long-distance travels.

The Electric Future

When it comes to industry-defining changes, whats being observed in the electrification market is more than a trend; it's a potentially tectonic shift in how we perceive, use and manage transportation.

While it's easy to focus only on electric vehicles, the electric future is just as much about intelligent charging solutions that cater to consumers right where they are at home, at work and in shared spaces. Wallbox, with its innovative technologies and expansive reach, stands at the forefront of this shift, beckoning drivers and investors to be part of this transformative journey in transportation.

This post contains sponsored content. This content is for informational purposes only and not intended to be investing advice.

Contact Details

Benzinga

+1 877-440-9464

info@benzinga.com

Company Website

http://www.benzinga.com

View source version on newsdirect.com: https://newsdirect.com/news/we-need-to-shift-how-transportation-infrastructure-is-viewed-to-successfully-transition-to-evs-wallbox-is-helping-power-this-evolution-605876101

Benzinga

comtex tracking

COMTEX_442429334/2655/2023-10-25T09:24:59

Disclaimer: The views, suggestions, and opinions expressed here are the sole responsibility of the experts. No Boston New Times  journalist was involved in the writing and production of this article.

Written by