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Electric vehicles (hereinafter EV) have started to move towards mass market in some countries, with examples of 39% of all new car sales being electric (Norway case, 2018) and Tesla’s model becoming one of a top 5 best-selling car (USA, 2018). As the market for EV is growing, so is the market for charging infrastructure. EU Directive suggests a minimum of one charging station (hereinafter CS) per ten EV. In reality, this number is far behind. In 2017 there were 3.1 million EVs on road and only 430K public CS to serve these cars. According to projected scenarios of International Energy Agency there should be either 125M EV together with 13M public CS, or 228M EV with 22M public CS until 2030. Both scenarios indicate that supply of charging infrastructure will not be able to keep-up with a massive uptake of electric vehicles. Public charging infrastructure forms only 12% of all CS. The remaining share consists of private CS with access only to their owners. These stations are being idle for an average of 21 hours per day. Making private CS publicly available can solve the problem of weak EV charging infrastructure and reduce range anxiety for EV drivers. To solve the need and market gap, ESC developed CHRG Network. CHRG Network is an open platform connecting idle private CS and public charging networks into a single network. CHRG Network brings sharing economy to EV charging market. This solution enables monetization of underutilized charging stations and expansion of customers’ base for existing charging networks. For EV drivers CHRG Network provides an access to wide CS network. CHRG will receive revenue through 10% commissions from each transaction between EV drivers and CS owners and additional fee from roaming services. CHRG Network will provide a convenient charging solution for EV drivers and additional income for CS owners. Making private CS publicly available can solve the problem of insufficient EV charging infrastructure. CHRG Network will stimulate the growth of CS infrastructure by increasing the profitability of current CS networks and enabling monetization of private CS. At the same time CHRG Network will eliminate the pressure from EV drivers for installing CS at their premises. If private chargers are not shared between EV owners, 40-50M of privately owned chargers and about 10M of publicly available devices will need to be installed additionally. That corresponds to more than 700 EV chargers per hour through 2025. By 2025, the whole CS market is expected to reach 20M units, it will correspond to more than 100 billion EUR in transactions annually.
The novelty of ESC solution lies in decentralising EV charging market by connecting CS from different sources into a single network and therefore giving EV drivers a seamless access to this market. A huge opportunity for sharing economy lies in both: non-densely populated areas where is lack or no commercial interest in building charging stations and densely populated areas where is lack of free grid capacity for installation of new CS. CHRG Network could commercialise up to 88% of private CS, which are currently serving only individual or family purposes. Thus, ESC solution will significantly improve coverage of EV charging infrastructure without building new stations but by making existing private infrastructure available to all