On May 4th, according to a report released by Patent Result, Chinese companies have submitted more patent applications related to electric vehicle charging and battery swapping compared to competitors from any other country.
On April 25th, Xiaoju Charging announced the launch of the industry's first charging interruption compensation service. It currently covers all Xiaoju Preferred Stations in Hangzhou, China.
On April 25th, NIO announced that from April 28th to May 4th during the Labor Day holiday in China, all 362 highways battery swapping stations across the country will provide unlimited free battery swapping services to all NIO vehicles (excluding operational vehicles).
NaaS, one of the largest and fastest-growing electric vehicle charging service providers in China, announced at the end of last year that the company has appointed Alex Wu as its new CFO and President, effective January 15.