Electric Car Drivers: Energy

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Complete analysis on the situation of recharging and energy consumption of electric cars, with the answers provided by 1500 drivers owners of electric vehicles, located throughout the Spanish territory, in January and February 2021. It includes annex with the entire questionnaire, more than 20 infographics and tables, historical with the results of 2018 and 2019. The tabulated data set (dataset) in .csv and .xls format is available upon request and is not included in the price of the report.

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The specific report on energy consumption by electric car drivers, based on the third edition of the National Survey of Electric Car Drivers in the passenger car category. It has counted with the participation of 1500 owners, being this the largest and most representative sample in Spain.

  1. Introduction
  2. Methodology and Sampling
    2.1. Interaction with the survey
    2.2. Basic characteristics of the sample
  3. Recharging networks
    3.1. Use of the networks and frequency of use
    3.2. Assessment of the networks
    3.3. Car brands and general experiences of use
  4. Customer acquisition
    4.1. Drivers’ interests towards recharging networks 4.2.
    4.2. Drivers’ decisions after the purchase of EVs
    4.3. Switching energy supplier
  5. Payment for energy
    5.1. Charging systems
    5.2. Payment methods
    5.3. Tariff assessment
  6. Preferences
    6.1. Location of existing recharging points
    6.2. Location of desired recharging points
    6.3. Preferences for recharging with and without domestic supply
  7. Travel
    7.1. Reasons for cancellation of trips 7.2.
    7.2. Reasons for interruption of trips
  8. Problems
    8.1. Categories of reloading problems
    8.2. Problem locations in recharging
  9. Conclusions
    9.1. Upward trends
    9.2. Downward trends
  10. Annex
  • Have you used the following charging point networks? (broken down by province)

Cepsa – Ionity / Endesa – Enel X / Ibil – Repsol / EDP / Iberdrola / GIC / Tesla / Cargacoches / Easy Charger / Fenie Energía / Honest Charging / Wenea / EMT Madrid / Ximelib (Balearic Islands) / Live – Smou (Barcelona)

  • How do you evaluate the charging point networks? (broken down by provinces)

Cepsa – Ionity / Endesa – Enel X / Ibil – Repsol / EDP / Iberdrola / GIC / Tesla / Cargacoches / Easy Charger / Fenie Energía / Honest Charging / Wenea / EMT Madrid / Ximelib (Balearic Islands) / Live – Smou (Barcelona)

  • Where do you prefer to have more charging points? (broken down by province)

At work / In supermarkets / In restaurants / In hotels / In transport stations (train, subway, bus)
On public roads / In dealerships / In service stations / On lampposts (integrated into street furniture)

  • Where would you prefer to have more ultra-fast recharging points? (broken down by province)

At work / In supermarkets / In restaurants / In hotels / In transport stations (train, metro, bus) / On public roads / In dealerships / In service stations / On lampposts (integrated into street furniture)

  • What is the price you consider the most appropriate for…

Slow recharging (up to 22 kw)
From 0,15€ to 0,25€ per kWh
From 0,26€ to 0,35€ per kWh
From 0,36€ to 0,80€ per kWh

Semi-fast recharge (up to 50 kw)
From 0,15€ to 0,25€ per kWh
From 0,26€ to 0,35€ per kWh
From 0,36€ to 0,80€ per kWh

Fast and ultra fast charging (up to 350 kw)
From 0,15€ to 0,25€ per kWh
From 0,26€ to 0,35€ per kWh
From 0,36€ to 0,80€ per kWh

  • Are you interested in…? (broken down by brand)

Installing renewable energies in your home / Having an electricity tariff suited to your consumption / Changing electricity supplier

  • Since I have an EV… (broken down by brand)

I have installed renewable energies in my home / I have optimized my electricity tariff / I have changed my electricity supplier / None of the above

  • Which payment system for recharging do you consider most appropriate?

I pay only for kWh supplied / I pay only for minutes plugged in to the point / Free recharge but pay for parking / I pay for kWh supplied, and once the recharge is finished, I pay for minutes plugged in to the point

+ Report Chapters
  1. Introduction
  2. Methodology and Sampling
    2.1. Interaction with the survey
    2.2. Basic characteristics of the sample
  3. Recharging networks
    3.1. Use of the networks and frequency of use
    3.2. Assessment of the networks
    3.3. Car brands and general experiences of use
  4. Customer acquisition
    4.1. Drivers’ interests towards recharging networks 4.2.
    4.2. Drivers’ decisions after the purchase of EVs
    4.3. Switching energy supplier
  5. Payment for energy
    5.1. Charging systems
    5.2. Payment methods
    5.3. Tariff assessment
  6. Preferences
    6.1. Location of existing recharging points
    6.2. Location of desired recharging points
    6.3. Preferences for recharging with and without domestic supply
  7. Travel
    7.1. Reasons for cancellation of trips 7.2.
    7.2. Reasons for interruption of trips
  8. Problems
    8.1. Categories of reloading problems
    8.2. Problem locations in recharging
  9. Conclusions
    9.1. Upward trends
    9.2. Downward trends
  10. Annex
+ Questionnaire Questions
  • Have you used the following charging point networks? (broken down by province)

Cepsa – Ionity / Endesa – Enel X / Ibil – Repsol / EDP / Iberdrola / GIC / Tesla / Cargacoches / Easy Charger / Fenie Energía / Honest Charging / Wenea / EMT Madrid / Ximelib (Balearic Islands) / Live – Smou (Barcelona)

  • How do you evaluate the charging point networks? (broken down by provinces)

Cepsa – Ionity / Endesa – Enel X / Ibil – Repsol / EDP / Iberdrola / GIC / Tesla / Cargacoches / Easy Charger / Fenie Energía / Honest Charging / Wenea / EMT Madrid / Ximelib (Balearic Islands) / Live – Smou (Barcelona)

  • Where do you prefer to have more charging points? (broken down by province)

At work / In supermarkets / In restaurants / In hotels / In transport stations (train, subway, bus)
On public roads / In dealerships / In service stations / On lampposts (integrated into street furniture)

  • Where would you prefer to have more ultra-fast recharging points? (broken down by province)

At work / In supermarkets / In restaurants / In hotels / In transport stations (train, metro, bus) / On public roads / In dealerships / In service stations / On lampposts (integrated into street furniture)

  • What is the price you consider the most appropriate for…

Slow recharging (up to 22 kw)
From 0,15€ to 0,25€ per kWh
From 0,26€ to 0,35€ per kWh
From 0,36€ to 0,80€ per kWh

Semi-fast recharge (up to 50 kw)
From 0,15€ to 0,25€ per kWh
From 0,26€ to 0,35€ per kWh
From 0,36€ to 0,80€ per kWh

Fast and ultra fast charging (up to 350 kw)
From 0,15€ to 0,25€ per kWh
From 0,26€ to 0,35€ per kWh
From 0,36€ to 0,80€ per kWh

  • Are you interested in…? (broken down by brand)

Installing renewable energies in your home / Having an electricity tariff suited to your consumption / Changing electricity supplier

  • Since I have an EV… (broken down by brand)

I have installed renewable energies in my home / I have optimized my electricity tariff / I have changed my electricity supplier / None of the above

  • Which payment system for recharging do you consider most appropriate?

I pay only for kWh supplied / I pay only for minutes plugged in to the point / Free recharge but pay for parking / I pay for kWh supplied, and once the recharge is finished, I pay for minutes plugged in to the point