NIO: 3 new battery changing stations are opened every day

NIO: 3 new battery changing stations are opened every day-opened

As the Chinese electric car start-up NIO reports, they now have 800. Battery changing stations put into operation. What is particularly exciting here is the rapid progress of growth. Over the past 33 days another 100 new exchange stations were built, which means that three new stations were opened every day. If this pace is maintained, the sheer number of stations alone will make it even more important for the e-mobility sector.

The market also seems to be registering this. The Chinese e-car startup Nio and the gas station operator Shell recently entered into an exciting cooperation: The two companies have signed a strategic cooperation agreement to, among other things, bring Nio’s battery swapping technology to Europe. But not only the Chinese manufacturer benefits from this. Other automobile manufacturers could also benefit from this. According to a joint statement, Nio and Shell plan to develop and build a network of co-branded battery swap stations, initially in China and Europe. Other e-vehicles could also exchange their batteries on these.

But back to the current expansion of your own network. Here NIO makes it clear that the completion of 800 battery exchange stations is just the beginning for 2022. “We will continue to expand the network of battery exchange stations and achieve our goal of having more than 1.To have 300 exchange stations in China to provide our users with more convenient power supply service,” NIO continued.

As of 21. As of January, NIO has set up 800 battery swap stations, 637 supercharging stations and 645 destination charging stations, and with more than 460.Connected 000 public charging stations in China to bring users an even better battery upgrading, charging and swapping experience.

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9 thoughts on “NIO: 3 new battery changing stations are opened every day”

  1. NIO may feel under pressure because CAES (subsidiary of the financially strong Chinese battery manufacturer CATL) is launching the EVOGO battery replacement solution, which – apparently in addition to a few technical advantages – still has the “charm”, no product of one competing car manufacturer to be …

    https://www.electric car news.net/elektroauto-laden/catl-batteriewechselloesung-evogo
    

    Overall, however, remains: With such long-term, so standards to be set for many, many years

    • but without which battery replacement systems cannot do exactly,
    • which, on the other hand, stands in stark contrast to the current battery development in galloping progress,

    he binds himself (participating) manufacturer for the future and hangs the costs around the neck of the customer!

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  2. Waste of good money. With the current dynamic development of battery technology, a long-term commitment to a special technology and a fixed form factor seems pointless. The costs of the changing station and the provision of additional batteries in the charging station ultimately have to be passed on to the customer. In 5 years on the then current technology rejects again a lot of costs.

    If you look at the current cost development in fast charging stations, in which the operators are now trying to work with profit, it will be clear that change batteries will require a premium surcharge again. The concept makes only highways make sense, where the change stations are largely utilized as possible around the clock. With rising reach and loading speeds, technological progress also shrinks from year to year.

    Nio is not Tesla. Since currently no European car manufacturer has announced the intention of participating in this system, the customer base remains limited to NIO riders first. Tesla was technologically leading with the Model S. In addition, the image came. I do not see both at Nio. Since the model range of BEVs is also constantly growing, I don’t see a great chance for Nio to get relevant registration numbers outside of China.

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  3. As long as batteries are heavy, expensive and slow to charge, interchangeable systems make sense and are even more sustainable than fixed systems.
    Unfortunately, the associated rental prices from Nio are quite salty, so that this contradicts the concept.
    The biggest advantage is that the user does not have to worry about the durability of the battery and its capacity. Provided that battery packs will still be around in the distant future and will not disappear due to technical change.
    In principle, however, I can well imagine widespread use, because the speed advantage of maintaining a charged battery is enormous, and this means that masses of expensive, complex charging stations can be saved, and the batteries could be charged more species-appropriately, which in turn extends their durability.

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  4. And every 7 minutes a single falls in love on parship. CATL wants to take the battery away from the car manufacturers and use it to operate the entire value chain. That doesn’t change the fact that these systems are doomed. What works in China in a certain shift in certain big cities in a certain time shouldn’t be rolled out to the rest of the world.

    In a few years, battery storage will be so cheap, so available and so compact that it almost doesn’t matter whether you install 100 kWh or 250 kWh in a car. In addition, only those who do not yet drive an electric car are afraid of range. I drive all over Germany with my Taycan and long-distance journeys are no problem at all. It has a usable 88 kWh and charges from 5-80% with an average speed of around 200 kW. It’s OK. If the successor can do 50% more, i.e. 132 kWh can be used and has an average charging speed of 300 kW, you are already in an area from which there are hardly any practical advantages.

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  5. My comment &# 128521;
    NIO is a service-oriented company that also offer Battery Replacement Besides AC and DC (patents for inductive shop also have them). Also to be sustainable to be sustainable. The rental model allows many people to choose the smaller battery, as if required (vacation) a large can be changed quickly for a two weeks. And the argument with the rapid battery development is also supported here. In 3-4 years the NIO is the same as every other new electric car. In the distant future, the customer will also be able to vote on the choice of chemical composition to his needs and purse. The Tacal driver will drive the high-performance solid-state battery, while others may only need the favorable LFP, silicon whatever. That’s all possible with the car you’ve bought a few years ago. (various. technical upgrades are already possible with Nio and should be further promoted)
    I think the approach is great and it’s just one of many car companies, that’s their way.

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  6. “by the end of the year over 1.To have 300 exchange stations in China,”
    Should I drive/fly to China in the near future and need an electric car there, this information will be very useful.

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  7. When I read the discussions I get the “hackles on the back of my neck”.

    The fact is that Nio has adopted a system that others have rejected because of their uptight leadership.
    Baking your own bread was more important here so as not to have an influence on the profits.
    With Nio, a company has shown the renowned that there is another way.
    Most of those who comment here have never really tested it. But see yourself in a position where you can gossip and badmouth others who go other ways.
    This is the system of the renowned car manufacturers. Just don’t allow anything other than your own.

    • In the global industry, this way of thinking is simply wrong
    • The focus is on the so-called own progress. This sets up blinders.
    • a car is now comparable to a smartphone. Driving is being pushed more and more into the background like actually making calls on a smartphone. It’s more or less become a side issue.

    This is the reality that the so-called renowned car manufacturers do not want to see

    Nio’s system works. No matter what everyone says. In contrast to the writing here, I have tested it in real life and say: “Yes, it works”.
    Which of the critics has already tested it in real life? But they see themselves as the gods of the automotive industry and condemn anything that doesn’t come from them. Damn it, this system was offered to VW, Mercedes, Opel and Tesla. But they simply didn’t want it. Now a start-up is coming and successfully implementing it. It is then clear that they will do everything in their power to talk down the system because they didn’t want it.
    Admitting one’s own mistakes is not the business of German carmakers. At the same time, they don’t see that they have lost their technical lead because of the narrow-mindedness at managerial level.
    A car is no longer what it was 5 years ago. VW and Mercedes have to admit that. Mercedes is almost 20% owned by the Chinese. So in real terms, according to the general idea, it is no longer a purely German car. who scolds about Geely? The owner also has approx. 10% from Mercedes.
    So please “get smart” first before comments are written here.
    thank you.
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