September 12, 2022
Public Charging Infrastructure is the Weak Link to EV Transition
The 112th State of the Fleet Industry video produced by Automotive Fleet offers insights into the state of the fleet market as presented by AF Editor Mike Antich.
🎙Today's topics include:
- The majority of EV users — more than 80% — are charging their EVs at home and work.
- As EV usage proliferates to a broader demographics of employees who are not homeowners, more will be using public recharging stations to recharge corporate EVs.
- The 2022 J.D. Power EV study shows end-user satisfaction with public recharging infrastructure has declined.
- One out of five EV users say they were unable to recharge at a public charging station due to inoperable equipment.
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⌚ Timestamps ⌚
3:30 Customer Satisfaction Declines with Public Charging in 2022
3:52 Growing EV Numbers Stressing Public Charging Network
5:10 1 in 5 EV Users Report Inoperable Charging Stations
6:18 Chargers Not Being Repaired in Timely Manner
6:40 Supply Chain Shortages Delaying Charger Repairs
8:13 Inconsistent User Experiences Using Public Charging
9:09 Using Charging Stalls for Overnight Parking
11:14 EV User Bill of Rights