The Asia Pacific region to dominate the Electric Bus Charging Station market in 2021.

According to Custom Market Insights (CMI), The Global Electric Bus Charging Station Market size was worth around USD 2.2 billion in 2021 and is predicted to grow to around USD 19.5 billion by 2030 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of roughly 31.5% between 2022 and 2030. 

The report analyses the Electric Bus Charging Station market’s drivers and restraints and the impact they have on demand throughout the projection period. In addition, the report examines global opportunities in the global Electric Bus Charging Station market.

Electric Bus Charging Station Market: Overview

Establishing sufficient charging infrastructure is required to integrate the ecosystem of electric buses into the public transportation infrastructure. Two essential parts of the charging infrastructure are charging solutions and power infrastructure. Electric buses entirely rely on commercial charging infrastructure, unlike other vehicle categories like cars and two-wheelers that may have “home” charging infrastructure (charging points installed at domestic premises). The charging infrastructure mainly supports large battery capacity and high charging output ratings (100 kWh, 200 kWh, or more). In addition, the infrastructure includes charging software for demand management, grid communication, load balancing, and operation monitoring.

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Global Electric Bus Charging Station Market 2023–2032 (By Charger)

Growth Factors

The growing usage of electric buses in public transportation, the expansion of government funding programs, and the expansion of government plans for the electrification of public transport are the main drivers of the global market for electric bus charging stations.

Around the world, various governments are launching projects to transition the automotive fleet from petroleum-based to electric. Different nations offer incentives and set rules to encourage the use of electric vehicles. For example, governments in the European Union are launching significant measures to choose automobiles powered by green energy. Market expansion and technological optimization are the key objectives of EU policy regarding electric buses.

Segmental Overview

The Electric Bus Charging Stations market is segmented into charger, type, and power. The opportunity charging, depot charging, and inductive charging segments are included in the global electric bus charging stations market. In terms of sales volume, the depot charging category held the most significant proportion in 2021. This can be due to the growing demand for overnight charging stations for buses from both private and public transportation providers. Depot charging stations have more similar operational characteristics to diesel buses. 

The global electric bus charging stations market is classified into four segments based on power: less than 50 kW, 50-150 kW, 151-450 kW, and more than 450 kW. In terms of volume, the category with less than 50 kW had the highest share in 2021. The decrease in the price of these charging stations is the main factor driving the category’s global expansion.

Regional Overview

The Asia Pacific region is anticipated to be the largest and fastest-growing market during the projection period. The Asia Pacific region includes China, India, Japan, and South Korea. Some of the economies in the world that are expanding the fastest are found in this region, including China and India. The governments of these developing nations have taken several steps to entice major OEMs to build electric vehicle charging stations in their domestic markets after realizing the potential for growth in the global electric bus charging station market. For instance, charging network providers for EV charging stations have partnered with several OEMs to advertise free EV charging for EV drivers.

Report Scope

Feature of the Report Details
Market Size in 2021 USD 2.2 Billion
Projected Market Size in 2030 USD 19.5 Billion
Market Size in 2022 USD 4.1 Billion
CAGR Growth Rate 31.5% CAGR (2022-2030)
Base Year 2023
Forecast Period 2024-2033
Prominent Players ABB, Furrer+Frey AG., Siemens, ALSTOM, Heliox, PROTERRA, Momentum Dynamics Corporation, ElectReon, Liikennevirta Oy (Ltd.), and Others
Key Segment By Charger, Type, Power, and Region
Report Coverage Revenue Estimation and Forecast, Company Profile, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors and Recent Trends
Regional Scope North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and South & Central America
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Key Players Insights

Details of top competitors are provided in the competitive landscape for the Electric Bus Charging Station market. The information includes an overview of the business, financials, revenue, market potential, investments in R&D, new market initiatives, regional presence, corporate strengths and weaknesses, product launches, product breadth and depth, and application domination. The information above only relates to the companies’ market focus on Electric Bus Charging stations.

Global Electric Bus Charging Station Market 2023–2032 (By Billion)

Prominent Players

  • ABB
  • Furrer+Frey AG.
  • Siemens
  • Heliox
  • Momentum Dynamics Corporation
  • ElectReon
  • Liikennevirta Oy (Ltd.)

The global Electric Bus Charging Station market is segmented as follows:

By Charger

  • Off-board
  • Onboard

By Type

  • Depot Charging
  • Opportunity Charging
  • Inductive Charging

By Power

  • Less than 50 kW
  • 50–150 kW
  • 151–450 kW
  • More than 450 kW

On the basis of Geography

North America

  • The U.S.
  • Canada
  • Mexico


  • France
  • The UK
  • Spain
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Rest of Europe

Asia Pacific

  • China
  • Japan
  • India
  • Australia
  • South Korea
  • Rest of Asia Pacific

The Middle East & Africa

  • Saudi Arabia
  • UAE
  • Egypt
  • Kuwait
  • South Africa
  • Rest of the Middle East & Africa

Latin America

  • Brazil
  • Argentina
  • Rest of Latin America