Shell Opens Its Largest EV Charging Station in China

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ByJim Frazer
Company and Product News

Shell has opened its largest electric vehicle (EV) charging station globally in Shenzhen, China. The EV charging station is located about 2.5 kilometers from the Shenzhen Airport Terminal and features 258 public fast-charging points. It is operated by Shenzhen Shell and BYD Electric Vehicle Investment Company Limited, a joint venture between Shell and BYD.

The Shell Recharge Shenzhen Airport EV Station served more than 3,300 EVs every day during its trial operation. In addition to EV charging, the station offers Shell Select convenience retailing, Shell Café, vending machines, and a driver’s lounge. The rooftop solar panels installed at the station could generate about 300,000 kilowatt-hour of renewable electricity per year, which will be used to charge customers' vehicles.

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