Shan­dong plans more charg­ing units for NEVs

China Daily - - BUSINESS -

Shan­dong prov­ince in East China is plan­ning to build 100,000 charg­ing fa­cil­i­ties for new-en­ergy ve­hi­cles (NEVs) by 2022, ac­cord­ing to the State Grid Shan­dong Elec­tric Power Com­pany. The prov­ince had about 1,300 charg­ing sta­tions, 7,400 charg­ing poles in­stalled by the end of Novem­ber 2018, cov­er­ing 17 cities, the com­pany said. Among them, 132 charg­ing sta­tions and 576 charg­ing poles were built along high­ways. The prov­ince cur­rently has more than 140,000 NEVs, ac­cord­ing to lo­cal au­thor­i­ties. Un­der China’s 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-20), the coun­try will build a na­tion­wide charg­ing sta­tion net­work to power 5 mil­lion NEVs by 2020.

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