Nio launched its 796th Battery Swap Station in China with four 120kW SuperCharge piles

On January 19th, 2022, Nio launched its 796th Battery Swap Station in China. Located in Heyuan, the station enriches the layout of the energy network in Shenzhen region.

The new station is an all-in-one charging and exchange station in cooperation between Nio and Sinopec, which includes the first second-generation power exchange station in the downtown area of Shantou; the overcharge station contains four 120kW supercharge piles.

NIO’s 796th Battery Power Station (Source: NIO)

As of today, a total of 45 power exchange stations, 22 supercharge stations, 38 destination charging stations, and more than 44,300 third-party charging piles have been connected in the Shenzhen area.

120kW SuperCharger Piles (Source: NIO)

The Chinese EV maker is now only 4 stations away from the 800th being expected to reach it this week. The Chinese EV maker is in a good pace towards the 1,300 Battery Swap Stations goal by the year end.

NIO closed 2021 with 777 Stations – being 11% above the update goal established last July of 700. The annual objective was reached three weeks before the year-end.

Recently, through a Press Release, NIO asked overseas Landowners to “Become a part of our journey” and help the company spread NIO Power Stations in Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, and the Netherlands.