China now has over 2 Million individual charging points, 69,400 charging sites, the largest in the world
Its 2.223 million charging points consists of over 1 million public points and an 1.2 million+ private points.
China’s 69,400 charging stations (sites) shows that there is an average of 32 charging points per one station.
9 operators have at least 1,000 charging sites, including TELD’s 16,232; State Grid’s 16,036 and Star Charge’s 8,348 stations.
China, the world largest electric vehicle market, has the world’s highest number of charging points, according to the China Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Promotion Alliance (EVCIPA).
As of the end of September, the country boasts 2.223 million individual charging points, consisting of over 1 million publicly accessible charging points and an almost 1.2 million private points.
This numbers is about 56.8% increase year-over-year, thanks to some 36,500 new public charging points that were being installed per month, since October 2020 to September 2021.
In all, over 237,000 publicly accessible points were installed (between Q1-Q3 while some 305,000 private points were also installed during this period.
Another stat is that there are 69,400 charging stations (sites), which shows that there is an average of 32 charging points per one station.
Again, nine operators have at least 1,000 charging sites, including TELD’s 16,232; State Grid’s 16,036 and Star Charge’s 8,348 stations.
These stats gives us some glimpses of the massive electric vehicle charging infrastructures in China, which no doubt eclipses what Europe as well the United States can offer, ahead of plans to ban internal-combustion engine vehicles.