EV INFRASTRUCTURE

According to the International Energy Agency’s (“IEA”) projections, there will be 200 million electric vehicles worldwide by 2030, with an exponential growth rate in the coming years. In 2016, new registrations of electric cars hit a new record, with over 750 thousand sales worldwide. With a 29% market share, Norway has incontestably achieved the most successful deployment of electric cars in terms of market share, globally. It is followed by the Netherlands, with a 6.4% electric car market share, and Sweden with 3.4%. The People’s Republic of China, France, and the United Kingdom all have electric car market shares close to 1.5% and rising.

This fundamental evolution in the way we move people and goods creates a broad need for electric vehicle infrastructure. Public and private networks of charging stations must be built to serve the expanding electric car market. Electrical supply systems must be upgraded, and retail locations, malls, supermarkets, and office buildings must prepare to meet the needs of their visitors by offering EV charging services. In time, the charging stations will also become a significant revenue source, much as petrol stations are today.

The rise of electric vehicles will also create the need for massive new electrical capacity, much of which will need to come from renewable sources.

DT is ready for the EV revolution, and is helping its clients to be ready too

CONSULTING

DT’s expert team provides consulting services to assist companies and retailers, municipalities and governments to plan and prepare for the influx of new electrical vehicles on our roads.

CHARGING STATION SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION

DT is both an equipment supplier and specialized installer for electric vehicle charging stations:

CASE STUDY

DT is assisting a global leader in luxury car manufacturing to prepare for the arrival of its first all-electric vehicle launching in 2019, DT is assisting the leading car manufacturer is preparing for its first all-electric car, arriving in 2019. The scope of the project covers assessing existing infrastructure, budgeting and designing EV charging infrastructure for 61 locations across 22 countries from South Africa to India, including dealerships, training centers, and service centers.