all solutions Oil & Gas OIL and Gas builders and suppliers also tend to focus their attention on EV industry. After all, the number of EVs is rapidly growing, while the number of ICE cars will be dropping, reducing the demand for gasoline and diesel. Charging builders Charging builders are also facing problems caused by the raising demand for electric vehicles. The most obvious one is insufficient capacity of the existing power grids. Many spots both inside and outside cities are simply not designed to stand the scope of energy demand. City Authorities Electrification of motor transport also poses a challenge to the city authorities. After all, they need to promote EVs, at the same time solving the problems caused by lack of charging infrastructure. Car manufacturers Despite the explosion in EVs sales, car manufacturers face many problems preventing further promotion of this kind of transport. Due to that, many car owners around the globe are still reluctant to switch over to EVs. Carsharing Carsharing services, as well as other car market actors, have started adding EVs to their fleets. However, that is not so easy to do, due to the specific operational nature of such services. Time-consuming charging of EVs is inexpedient for carsharing services, as waiting time skims money from the business. FLEET OWNERS Apart from private sector, electrification of fleet owners which include logistical and transportation companies is another logical step in development of EVs market. Developers Despite vigorous development of EV market, even EV charging infrastructure developers tend to face problems. Infrastructure developers have to stay in sync with the constantly changing requirements and standards imposed by the state. Moreover, users' ever-growing demands are no less crucial. Road Assistance Currently, road assistance services are merely back strapped in dealing with EVs. In fact, the only choice they can offer is evacuation of your vehicle. L-Charge can help to expand the range of their services. Road Infrastructure More and more spheres of our life tend to involve EVs industry. In particular, actors of road infrastructure might also enter in the market. For example, roadside cafes are now losing potential customers - EVs drivers the number of which is growing with every year. Drivers no longer want to stop at a cafe draw-in unless they can charge their EV at the same time.