The electric vehicle charging infrastructure gold rush and land grab is well underway. By 2030, EVAdoption estimates that more than 30 million EVs will be on the road in the US alone, up from roughly 2.3 million at the end of 2021.
From start-ups such as FreeWire, SparkCharge, and WeaveGrid to large global technology companies such as Siemens, BP, Shell, and LG Electronics — the race is on to capture a share of the EV charging infrastructure market — one of the single biggest new market opportunities in 100 years.
To track the mergers, acquisitions, investments and funding rounds, and IPOs, EVAdoption has launched the EV Charging Industry Deal Tracker Database which will live here on the EVStation site.
Below is an initial list of EV charging industry acquisitions and investments — we will be adding both new and past deals all the time. (Note: The tables may take a few seconds to load from our database.)
If you know of M&A deals or investments that should be added to our Deal Tracker, you can add them by filling out this form.