In China’s Fujian province, an EV rapid charging station that can charge 20 vehicles simultaneously and provide them an additional 200 kilometers of range in just 8 minutes has begun operating.
It’s a standardized smart charging station for electric vehicles that combines charging stations with an energy storage system run by a DC microgrid.
The charging station includes a megawatt-level energy storage system and a 2,100 square meter surface area. Solar panels on the roof collect solar energy and store it so that the automobiles may be charged.
In order to give vehicle owners precise and reputable battery management advice, they can also do a “physical inspection” of batteries while they are being charged. It can also communicate the results of battery performance tests to car owners.
According to Xu Hongchun, director of the Economic Development Bureau of the Dongqiao Economic and Technological Development Zone in Ningde City, 50 of these charging stations will be constructed in Ningde’s downtown area over the course of the next five years, with 12 of them expected to be finished by the end of 2019.
According to its creator, Nebula, the business would advertise the charging stations in major and middle-sized Chinese cities.
According to figures from China’s Ministry of Public Security, there were 11.49 million new energy cars in China at the end of September, which is about half the global total.
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