Navigant Research Again Names ChargePoint a Leader in EV Charging Industry Report
Distinction highlights ChargePoint’s successful business model and best-in-class solutions portfolio; another strong signal that the transition to an all-electric future is well underway
Campbell, Calif. – December 11, 2018 – ChargePoint, the world’s leading electric vehicle (EV) charging network, today announced that it has again been recognized as a leader for the second consecutive time in the Navigant Research Leaderboard Report on EV Charging Network Companies. The accolade comes on the heels of the largest funding round in company history, with more than half a billion raised to date. In the midst of the company’s most aggressive growth period, ChargePoint is accelerating the expansion of its portfolio of class leading solutions as the company targets its commitment of 2.5 million places to charge in preparation for the mass adoption of electric mobility and the ultimate transition to fleets.
This report underscores the incredible growth of the EV charging market and the generational shift underway that is powering the revolution of all mobility to electric power. Navigant estimates that the number of charging spots globally will grow from approximately 800,000 today, to more than six million places to charge by 2027.
“ChargePoint is creating the network required to transport all goods and people on electric power, and we are proud to join with other players in the electric mobility space to make the electric mobility future, a reality,” said Christopher Burghardt, Managing Director, Europe, ChargePoint. “This recognition from Navigant is another indicator of our leading role in paving the way for a cleaner, more sustainable mobility future around the world. We remain steadfast in our commitment to providing the most seamless experience for drivers and a comprehensive suite of solutions that will enable businesses to play a vital role in the buildout of the fueling network of the future.”
ChargePoint received high marks across the board with highlights including product strategy, product portfolio, and technology. Navigant researchers and analysts examined 15 providers of public charging and EV charging services that operate in major markets in North America and Europe. Examined companies had to operate a public charging network and maintain at least 1,000 places to charge to be considered for the report. Companies were measured on 12 criteria including customer solutions, geographic strategy, go-to-market, grid integration, product performance and portfolio, sales and marketing, and vision.
For more information on the report, visit https://www.navigantresearch.com/reports/navigant-research-leaderboard-ev-charging-network-companies (fee required).