China Plans More Electric Car Charging Stations for Beijing, Other Cities

State Grid Corp. of China will build a network of charging stations in Beijing, Tianjin, Hefei and Nanchang this year.

Published: 09-Jan-2011

State Grid Corp. of China (SGCC) plans to build more electric charging stations in Beijing and several other cities this year to meet rising demand for electric vehicles, a Beijing newspapers reported Saturday.

The country's dominant electric power transmission company will build a network of charging stations in Beijing, Tianjin, Hefei and Nanchang this year, the Beijing News quoted SGCC general manager Liu Zhenya as saying.

The major service of the stations will be providing batteries that are already recharged, Liu said at the company's annual work meeting in Beijing.

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