Key contents of the report include- Market size and Forecast segmented by, Application segment (BEV,FCEV and PHEV), Geography, Onboard charger sub-components, Market Dynamics and Market share & competitive landscape of On-board charger manufacturers

BANGALORE, INDIA, August 15, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ —


The cost to charge an EV at public charging stations varies by a reasonable amount. A few stations are free, while others can cost over twice as much as home charging. Be that as it may, the effect of high open charger costs is regularly quieted by the high dominance of home charging. Public chargers, like those at malls or near highways, and those at workplaces are subject to commercial electricity rates, which are higher than residential rates. At times, it can cost so much to charge an electric car that it makes more sense to drive a gasoline-powered vehicle. This universal reason warrants the presence of an on-board charger in an electric vehicle.

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The high price of electric cars as compared to same segment ICE (internal combustion engine) powered car has been a major barrier to their adoption. But the cost is no longer as daunting as electric car batteries have gotten cheaper, government subsidies have increased, and dealerships have begun offering affordable leases. Now, the question of where to charge is a bigger issue, especially for the ~40% of the urban population who live in multi-unit apartment buildings. Many of them don’t have a dedicated parking spot, which makes it difficult to charge an electric car at home.

Lack of public charging stations remains even more critical for intercity travels where present EV owners just don’t feel confident enough to take their EV anywhere anytime. It can be a challenge to own an EV if the owner can’t charge it at home, or if they need to charge while working, shopping or traveling


The market size of on-board chargers will be directly proportional to EV market growth and inversely proportional to public charging station growth. The cost of building the EV infrastructure requires massive capital investment and co-operation from state and local administration, which of course is not very easy to find.

The market size in terms of volume was estimated at ~1.4M units in 2017 and ~$450M-$500M in terms of value. By 2023, we expect the market to reach ~5M-7.5M units and $1.3B-$1.8B in value. For this report, our market forecasts are scenario based i.e. base, optimistic and negative.


The current cost of an on-board charger is $xx per KW, which is expected to come down by XX% by 2023.The suppliers are concentrating on building a 5kW battery charger which is completely integrated in the body of the vehicle and uses on-board control hardware to optimise cost and weight. It will also have the capacity of charging completely drained batteries. But, the technology is still in development phase and might take longer than expected.

Companies Profiled

1.CurrentWays, Inc
2.Infineon Technologies
3.Delta-Q Technologies Corp.
4.innoelectric GmbH
5.BRUSA Elektronik AG
6.Texas Instruments
7. Lear Corporation
8.Continental AG


1. The market size (both volume and value) of global EV on-board charger Market in 2017-2023 and every year in between?
2. The market size and forecast segmented by Application segments (PHEV,FCEV and BEV)
3. The market size and forecast segmented by sub-components (Battery, Power electronics, Thermal management, Outer casing)
4. Which sub-component has highest margin?
5. Market share of suppliers in BEV and PHEV segment respectively
6. Cost breakup of on-board charger
7. Latest trends in EV on-board charger
8. Will electric and autonomous cars really happen?
9. Will Mobility as a Service make car ownership irrelevant?
10. Will 2030 be the death of internal combustion engine powered cars?

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