On June 11, the data released by the China Charging Union officially showed that as of May 2018, the member units in the alliance reported a total of 266,231 public charging piles, and through the members of the alliance, the vehicle piles were sampled with 441,422 pieces of information data. A total of about 708,000 charging piles were used.
In terms of public charging piles, there are 116761 AC charging piles, 84174 DC charging piles, and 65296 AC and DC integrated charging piles. In May 2018, 4,173 public-type charging piles were added than in April 2018. From May 2017 to April 2018, about 8,273 public-type charging piles were added every month, and in May 2018, the growth rate was 59.5%.
The number of large-scale operators in the country reached 16 (the number of charging facilities >=1000), and the special potential was the first. 110,857 charging piles were built, followed by the State Grid and 56,549 charging piles.
The top ten public charging piles in the provincial administrative region are: 40,663 in Beijing, 34,313 in Shanghai, 32,701 in Guangdong, 27,586 in Jiangsu, 20,316 in Shandong, 12,759 in Zhejiang, 11,555 in Tianjin, and 11,232 in Hebei. , 10,757 in Anhui and 7,527 in Hubei.
The number of public and private charging facilities in provinces, districts and cities increased steadily, and the amount of charging electricity increased slightly, which was generally the same as last month
The national charging power is mainly concentrated in the Pearl River Delta, the Yangtze River Delta and the central and western regions. Beijing is mainly dominated by private passenger vehicles; the electricity flow in Guangdong, Shaanxi, Jiangsu, Shandong, Hubei, Sichuan and Fujian is mainly by bus. Special vehicles are mainly used, supplemented by passenger cars; Shanxi’s electricity flow is mainly based on taxis, supplemented by passenger cars. The power consumption of special vehicles such as electric buses and rentals is obvious.
The top ten provinces and cities in terms of charging power have electricity consumption in eight provinces and cities mainly contributed by electric buses and taxis. Among them, Guangdong Province took the lead with 320.29 million kWh.
As of May 2018, through the members of the alliance of vehicle manufacturers (BYD, SAIC, BAIC, Jianghuai, Tesla, Changan, Geely, Chery, Dongfeng Electric, Dongfeng Nissan, Guangzhou Automobile, FAW, Zhidou) sample piles The information data was 441,422, and the proportion of failed charging piles was 31.04%. Among them, the proportion of the charging piles that could not be built due to “group users build their own piles” was 16.27%, which was not matched due to “the property in the residential area did not cooperate”. The proportion of built charging piles was 4.75%. The proportion of charging piles that could not be built due to “there is no fixed parking space in the residential area” was 2.56%. The proportion of charging piles that could not be built due to “charging through dedicated stations” was 2.60. %, due to the fact that “there is no fixed parking space at the workplace”, the proportion of charging piles that could not be built is 0.7%. The proportion of charging piles that could not be built due to “difficulty in charging electricity at the place of residence” was 0.17%.
Post time: Jul-20-2020