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Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Market size was valued at USD 31.39 billion in 2022 and is poised to grow from USD 39.44 billion in 2023 to USD 121.09 billion by 2031, growing at a CAGR of 25.5% in the forecast period (2024-2031). 

The competitive landscape for the market for electric vehicle charging stations provides information by competitor. Included information includes a business overview, financials, revenue generated, market potential, investments in R&D, new market initiatives, global presence, production sites and facilities, production capacities, company strengths and weaknesses, product launches, product breadth and depth, and application dominance. Only the companies' market focus on electric vehicle charging stations is covered by the data points mentioned above. 'ChargePoint (USA) ', 'Tesla (USA) ', 'EVBox (Netherlands) ', 'ABB (Switzerland) ', 'Enel X (Italy) ', 'Schneider Electric (France) ', 'Efacec (Portugal) ', 'Webasto (Germany) ', 'Siemens (Germany) ', 'Blink Charging (USA) ', 'E.ON (Germany) ', 'Delta Electronics (Taiwan) ', 'Tritium (Australia) ', 'NewMotion (Netherlands) ', 'ClipperCreek (USA) ', 'Allego (Netherlands) ', 'SemaConnect (USA) ', 'JuiceBox (USA) ', 'Greenlots (USA) ', 'Chargefox (New Zealand)'

In 2023, Asia Pacific led the market, capturing 67.4% of the revenue. Nations like China, Japan, and South Korea, pivotal in the EV industry, are significantly investing in charging infrastructure. For instance, China's government announced in January 2022 its plan to invest in EV infrastructure, aiming to support 20 million EVs by 2025. South Korea committed around USD 180.3 million to expand its EV charging network to promote eco-friendly transportation. Additionally, in 2020, Japan's electric charging stations surpassed petrol stations, exceeding 40,000 outlets. These initiatives drive the growth of the Asia Pacific EV charging market. 

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Global Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Market

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