The future of the electricity market passes through 3 key points: electrification of the road, ancillary services and simplification of payment systems.
According to a study by Deloitte, cars spend 90-95% of the time parked.
This means that the cars do not require daily recharging.
Many family cars can be charged at night, taking advantage of the cheaper time slots and not overloading the network.
It is therefore increasingly important for motorists to have a home charging station.
The second emerging trend is that of accessory services.
In the future, the giants of mobility will have to think about offering additional service packages.
It can already be found in many third-party liability policies that provide clauses dedicated entirely to electric cars such as roadside assistance in the event of a flat battery.
Finally, the third trend concerns the simplification of payment systems.
Drivers will have to be able to pay the top-up directly from their car without having to use a card or other payment tools from time to time.