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NIO aims to deploy 4,000 plus battery swapping stations in world by 2025
Monika From Gasgoo| July 09 , 2021

Shanghai (Gasgoo)- NIO is ambitious to deploy over 4,000 battery swapping stations worldwide by 2025, around 1,000 of which will be located outside China, the startup said on the NIO Power Day 2021.

The number of NIO's battery swapping stations is expected to exceed 700 by the end of this year. Besides, there will be more than 600 stations newly deployed per year between 2022 and 2025.

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NIO Power Swap Station 2.0; photo credit: NIO

As of today, NIO has built 301 NIO Power Swap stations, 204 Power Charger stations, and 382 destination charging stations in China, according to Qin Lihong, president and co-founder of NIO. He added NIO has so far completed more than 2.9 million battery swaps and 600,000 uses of One-Click-for-Power services.

In the meantime, the company announced it will make NIO Power’s charging and battery swapping systems and BaaS (Battery-as-a-Service) fully available to the industry.

NIO is to build up a complete power service network in Norway. On July 7, the first shipments of NIO's Power Swap stations and Power chargers departed for Norway, and these facilities are scheduled to be running there in September. In 2022, the startup will build battery swapping stations in five cities of Norway.

On the same day, NIO's Power Swap Station, NIO Power Charger and NIO Power Home were awarded the TÜV Rheinland European Conformity Certificate and TÜV MARK Approval Certificate, marking NIO Power's entry into overseas markets.

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