The EVOGO battery swap service of Chinese industry giant CATL was officially launched on Saturday in Hefei, Anhui Province.
Chinese automaker NIO on Monday released a portable charging and discharging integrated machine that aims to meet a variety of needs.
Battery industry giant CATL announced on Wednesday that it will cooperate with electric vehicle firm Aiways Automobile on an "EVOGO" battery swap project.
Chinese battery maker Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Limited (CATL) officially launched its EVOGO battery swap services in Xiamen, in southeast China's Fujian Province, making it the world's first EVOGO city.
Zhang Hui, Vice President of NIO Europe, said recently that the electric vehicle (EV) firm is negotiating with Chinese and international automakers to license its battery swap system.
On Wednesday, electric vehicle maker NIO started up its battery-swap station in Longxihe Service Area, a signal that NIO has now begun its battery-swap network along the highways between Chengdu and Chongqing.
The Shanghai Municipal People's Government issued a document on Thursday regarding its promotion of vehicle charging and battery swapping infrastructure in the city.
According to Chinese enterprise data platform Tianyancha, electric vehicle manufacturer XPeng Motors has established a new subsidiary whose business scope includes the sale of battery swapping facilities.
A joint venture called Maple, established by automakers Geely and Lifan, released its first smart battery-swappable electric car and named it "Maple 60S." The new model is expected to officially enter the market in February, 2022.
Contemporary Amperex Energy Service Technology Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Ltd., launched on Tuesday a new service for electric vehicles called EVOGO featuring modular battery swapping.