Leading the EV Charge
Shell recently announced the inauguration of its “largest electric vehicle (EV) charging station worldwide in Shenzhen, China. Located conveniently next to Shenzhen airport, this monumental station boasts 258 charging points.
But there’s more. The facility is not just about charging; it’s also about green energy. Shell integrated solar panels with an annual generation capacity of 300,000 kilowatt-hours.
It’s worth noting that this mega-project isn’t solely Shell’s achievement. The station operates as a joint venture between Shell and Chinese EV giant BYD, as Shell confirmed.
Moreover, the company is not new to the EV game in China; they already run around 800 EV charging stations across the nation.
With such expansive and innovative projects, Shell is clearly committed to fueling the future of green mobility. As reported by Reuters, this move reaffirms the importance of China in the global EV infrastructure race.