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Let's look at the next generation of Ev's in Japan

Electric vehicles will help to cut CO2 emissions and keep global warming in check.

By 2035, the government aims to achieve a 100% increase in EV sales.

Target by 2030: Installation of 150,000 EV charging stations / 120,000 standard charging speed / 30,000 quick charging speed

Local and national government subsidies will help save on the initial cost.

Factors that prevent the increase in EV users

Despite the government subsidies and growing awareness of environmental considerations, there have been hindrances for users to go beyond purchasing one.

EV owners

Long charging time

To get the mileage of about 100 kms, a fast charge of 20 minutes is required, which is a tough condition for busy drivers

Lack of EV charging stations

Long-distance travel, as well as trips to suburban or rural areas, may have a scarcity of EV charging stations.

Lack of EV charging facilities in apartments and buildings

Although 40% of people in Japan live in apartments, there are only a few apartments with EV charger facilities

High replenishment frequency

If you use your car every day for work and personal use, you need to recharge it every four days, which is more frequently than for a gasoline-powered car.

Management association

High cost of equipment installations

EV charger installation costs between 500,000 yen and 1.5 million yen. Application for subsidies is complicated, and there are cases where installation cannot be completed.

Consensus building for management associations

The process is complicated by the need to obtain beneficiaries’ agreement to share the cost of the equipment, as it is shared among housing complexes.

Operational Burden Post Installation

Even though housing complex facilities are installed, the beneficiaries bear no cost. It results in a heavy operational burden.

The lack of basic EV charging infrastructure and the unique decision-making process of multi-family housing are barriers that make it difficult to establish EV infrastructure.
*Apartment housing includes condominiums, apartments, terrace houses, townhouses, and other apartment complexes and row houses.

Terra Charger encourages Ev users

Terra Charge is committed to building an EV infrastructure environment that facilitates the spread of EV vehicles for the next generation of clean energy evolution.

EV Owners

Troubled by lack of EV charging facilities at housing complexes

Management Associations

Troubled by making a decision on the cost of installing EV chargers

Management Associations

Troubled by shifting to the beneficiary’s responsibility

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