The number of charging infrastructure in China will reach 5.2 million units in 2022, an increase of nearly 100% year-on-year. Among them, public charging infrastructure increased by about 650,000 units, bringing the cumulative number to 1.8 million. Private charging infrastructure grew by about 1.9 million units, bringing the cumulative number to more than 3.4 million.
Charging infrastructure is an important guarantee for promoting the development of new energy automobile industry and is of great significance for promoting clean and low carbon transformation in Chinese transportation sector. In recent years, charging infrastructure has developed rapidly, and the largest and most widely distributed charging infrastructure network has been built in the world.
The National Energy Administration has set up a Technical committee for standardization of EV charging facilities in the energy industry, established a charging infrastructure standard system with China's own intellectual property rights, and issued a total of 31 national standards and 26 industrial standards. China's DC charging standards rank among the world's four major charging standard schemes, along with Europe, the United States and Japan.