In March and April 2012, the Ministry of Science and Technology and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology introduced two development plans for the electric vehicle industry which sketched the technology roadmap of Chinese electric vehicle industry and took the development of all-electric vehicle as the focus. As electric vehicle (EV) charging (battery-switching) stations mainly serve all-electric vehicles, the issuance of the aforesaid plans is obviously favorable for the development of EV charging (battery-switching) stations in China.

With regard to the construction of EV charging stations, China had built up 314 charging stations and more than 16,000 AC charging spots by the end of 2011. State Grid Corporation acted as the main player, and China Southern Power Grid and China Potevio also made some progress in the construction of charging facilities in Guangdong and Shenzhen. Presently, the construction of EV charging (battery-switching) stations is mainly concentrated in East China, South China and North China, because electric vehicles are promoted rapidly in these regions.

This report starts with the demonstration & promotion policies, financial subsidy and development planning concerning EV industry to analyze the state quo and prospect of EV charging (battery-switching) stations in China and highlights the operation of charging station constructers like State Grid Corporation and China Southern Power Grid, as well as of the downstream charging equipment manufacturers such as NARI Technology Development Co., Ltd. and Shenzhen Auto Electric Power Plant Co., Ltd.

NARI Technology Development Co., Ltd. is one of the major beneficiary enterprises in the construction of EV charging station in China, and boasts comprehensive capabilities in providing such hardware products as EV charging station system integration, charger and charging spots. In 2011, the company occupied 70% of EV charging station system integration market of State Grid Corporation.

Shenzhen Auto Electric Power Plant Co., Ltd. is one of the major manufacturers of chargers and charging spots for EV charging stations in China, as well as one of the earliest listed companies entering EV charging equipment market. In 2011, the company participated in the construction of seven EV charging stations in Shenzhen and provided charging spots and chargers for Shenzhen Power Supply Bureau.

Table Of Contents

1. Profile of Electric Vehicle Charging Station
1.1 Electric Vehicle
1.1.1 Definition
1.1.2 Classification
1.2 Electric Vehicle Charging Station
1.2.1 Definition and Classification
1.2.2 Charging Modes
1.2.3 Charging Station Configuration

2. Policy Environment
2.1 Major Policies
2.2 Financial Subsidy Policies
2.3 Demonstration and Promotion Policies
2.4 Industry Development Planning
2.4.1 “12th Five-Year Plan” for Electric Vehicle
2.4.2 Energy-saving and New Energy Vehicle Industry Development Plan

3. Development of Electric Vehicle Market in China
3.1 Market Scale
3.2 Market Structure

4. Development of Electric Vehicle Charging Station in China
4.1 Key Enterprises
4.1.1 State Grid Corporation of China
4.1.2 China Southern Power Grid
4.1.3 China Potevio
4.1.4 SINOPEC
4.2 Construction Scale

5. Construction of Electric Vehicle Charging Station in Key Cities of China
5.1 Northeast China
5.1.1 Changchun
5.1.2 Harbin
5.1.3 Dalian
5.2 North China
5.2.1 Beijing
5.2.2 Tianjin
5.2.3 Other Cities
5.3 East China
5.3.1 Shanghai
5.3.2 Hangzhou
5.3.3 Hefei
5.3.4 Jinan
5.3.5 Nanjing
5.3.6 Other Cities
5.4 Central China
5.4.1 Wuhan
5.4.2 Changsha
5.4.3 Zhengzhou
5.4.4 Other Cities
5.5 South China
5.5.1 Guangzhou
5.5.2 Shenzhen
5.5.3 Other Cities
5.6 Southwest China
5.6.1 Chongqing
5.6.2 Kunming
5.6.3 Chengdu
5.6.4 Other Cities
5.7 Northwest China
5.7.1 Xi’an
5.7.2 Lanzhou
5.7.3 Taiyuan
5.7.4 Yinchuan
5.7.5 Lingwu
5.7.6 Urumqi

6. Key Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Manufacturers
6.1 NARI
6.1.1 Profile
6.1.2 Operation
6.1.3 Revenue Structure
6.1.4 Charging Station Equipment Business
6.2 Shenzhen Auto Electric Power Plant
6.2.1 Profile
6.2.2 Operation
6.2.3 Revenue Structure
6.2.4 Charging Station Equipment Business
6.3 XJ Power
6.3.1 Profile
6.3.2 Charging Station Equipment Business
6.4 Sieyuan Electric
6.4.1 Profile
6.4.2 Operation
6.4.3 Revenue Structure
6.4.4 Charging Station Equipment Business
6.5 Henan Senyuan Electric
6.5.1 Profile
6.5.2 Operation
6.5.3 Revenue Structure
6.5.4 Charging Station Equipment Business
6.6 Rongxin Power Electronic
6.6.1 Profile
6.6.2 Operation
6.6.3 Revenue Structure
6.6.4 Charging Station Equipment Business

Selected Charts
Electric Vehicle Technology Roadmap
Typical Configuration of Bus Charging Station and Public Charging Station
Major Policies on Electric Vehicle Industry in China, 2009-2012
Subsidies for Demonstration and Promotion of Passenger Cars and Light Commercial Vehicles
Subsidies for Demonstration and Promotion of Buses (10-meter above) in Cities
Demonstration Cities and Local Manufacturers of New Energy Vehicle in China
Potential Cities for Promotion of New Energy Vehicle in China
New Energy Vehicle Promotion Plan of Key Cities in China before 2012
Output of Electric Vehicle in China, 2010-2011
Market Structure of Recommended Electric Vehicle Models in China, 2012
Market Structure of Recommended Electric Passenger Vehicle Models in China, 2012
Market Structure of Recommended Electric Coach Models in China, 2012
State-owned Enterprise Electric Vehicle Industry Alliance
Electric Vehicle Charging Station Construction Plan of State Grid, 2009-2020
Electric Vehicle Charging Facilities in China, 2011
Electric Vehicle Charging Station Construction Plan of Provinces and Cities in China, 2011-2015
Key Cities with Electric Vehicle Charging (Battery Switching) Stations in China, 2011
Operating Revenue and Net Income of NARI, 2007-2011
Operating Revenue and Proportion of NARI by Product, 2009-2011
Operating Revenue and Net Income of Shenzhen Auto Electric Power Plant, 2007-2011
Operating Revenue and Proportion of Shenzhen Auto Electric Power Plant by Product, 2009-2011
Electric Vehicle Charging Station Bid Winning Results of XJ Power, 2010-2011
Operating Revenue and Net Income of Sieyuan Electric, 2007-2011
Operating Revenue and Proportion of Sieyuan Electric by Product, 2009-2011
Operating Revenue and Net Income of Senyuan Electric, 2007-2011
Operating Revenue and Proportion of Senyuan Electric by Product, 2009-2011
Operating Revenue and Net Income of Rongxin Power Electronic, 2007-2011
Operating Revenue and Proportion of Rongxin Power Electronic by Product, 2010-2011

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