One of the largest EV charging hubs in the world was officially opened by Shell this week in Shenzhen, China. The site has 258 charging bays and is a joint venture between leading Chinese EV maker BYD and Shell. The site will reportedly be able to charge 3,300 EVs daily.
SAR Insight & Consulting’s eMobility Market Tracker predicts that almost 6 million BEVs will be sold in China in 2023. With a large portion of the region’s cities being densely populated and many residents living in high-rise buildings, residential EV charging infrastructure is often impractical, making public EV charging infrastructure critical. Fast charging hubs that can serve thousands of EVs per day are an important part of China’s overall EV charging ecosystem and will likely be welcomed across many cities in China over the coming years.
SAR provides an EV Charging Station Infrastructure rollout forecast for more than 50 countries globally, including China, in its EV Charging Service.
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