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China EV charging station market: Total of 443 EV charging stations in operation in 2012

Press Release   •   Jul 03, 2013 09:13 BST

The EV charging station serves as a crucial part in the electric vehicle industry. With continued polices on EV subsidy and promotion in China, construction in the China EV charging station market has been on a fast growth track. As of late 2012, China had constructed 443 EV charging stations with EV charging piles numbering over 18,000.

State Grid Corporation of China is one of the state-owned companies tapping into the EV charging station field. As of late 2012, the State Grid Corporation of China had built 14,703 charging piles in 25 demonstration cities across China, 353 charging stations with 191 battery swapping stations included. In addition, SGCC also finished Zhejiang demonstration project and Suzhou-Shanghai-Hangzhou intercity connected first-phase project with regard to smart E-Station service network.

In addition to SGCC, oil tycoons including Sinopec, PetroChina and CNOOC have embarked on the EV charging infrastructure construction field.

The report touches on the status quo of China EV charging station development based on the environment of EV industry, and highlights the construction of EV charging stations in major Chinese cities. Besides, it also gives an analysis on the charging station equipment companies such as NARI Technology Development and Shenzhen Auto Electric Power Plant. 

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