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Hubject accelerates China expansion, adds more than 35,000 charging stations to global roaming network

Hubject has signed a series of cooperation agreements with China-based charging network operators such as CarEnergyNet, YKCharge, EVCDX, and Kakuka, thereby adding more than 35,000 more charging stations to its global roaming network. As the largest global eRoaming platform for EV charging infrastructure, Hubject sees China as an essential part of its globalization strategy.

China is among the most rapidly growing markets for new EVs. At the end of April 2019, the total volume of new EVs in China exceeded 3 million, 80% of which were pure electric vehicles according to official statistics. Simultaneously, approximately 950,000 charging points were installed across the nation.

  • CarEnergyNet, with headquarters based in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, is one of the largest CPOs in southern China. The company now operates nearly 10,000 charging points in its major cities directly serving end customers. It also provides EV drivers with an all-in-one app for overall eMobility service.

  • YKCharge, headquartered in Nanjing in central China, deployed more than 2,000 charging points themselves, but also operate more than 25,000 charging points as a PaaS provider. YKCharge is focused on centralized charging stations’ operation and management.

  • EVCDX, located in Beijing, currently offers more than 250 charging points. The company is now planning to expand its AC charging network. In the meantime, EVCDX offers PaaS and SaaS to the industry.

  • Kakuka, based in Shanghai, has deployed more than 100 charging points in the city. It also provides hardware and charging solutions to third-party vendors.

As of today, Hubject has already integrated more than 100,000 charging points on its platform globally.



Interesting and amazing to read (again) how fast China is electrifying the national e-vehicle fleet and public charging facilities with 950,000 + another 35,000 new charging facilities.

China with about 60% of the world EVs and over 1,000,000 public charging facilities before end of 2019 is also leading the world with ultra high speed e-rails and e-buses of various sizes.

We will need years to (try) to catch up, even with California trying hard to move North America in the right direction?

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