The demand for EVs (Electric vehicles) increasing worldwide with every passing day because these are more global friendly and Arcadian than (ICE) internal combustion engines. The increase in demand increases the suppliers to fulfill the needs of users and in the long list of suppliers china never steps back from the US and other European countries. Infect according to the (PEV) stock /cumulative 2020 sales china is on top with approximately 1.75 % usage of (BEV) Battery electric vehicles as compared to the other countries, and now in the starting of 2021 sales of new energy cars reached 6 million more than half of the world’s total. BEV’s most crucial part is battery and charging, and in this fast era of automobiles, there is a need for more high-power direct current fast charging technology. To full fill demand and supply, China’s state grid which is the largest company in the world has joined hands with colossal Hawaii to facilitate EV owners with the best charging infrastructures in the next five years. China’s primary goal is carbon neutrality by 2060, and China wants to reduce exhaust emissions by utilizing electric vehicles instead of hybrid (ICE). EVs are friendlier to the environment and need less frequent maintenance than gas engines because EVs do not use oil or traditional gas. The cooperation plan with Hawaii launched on Wednesday in the world’s new energy vehicle congress 2021 in Haikou city, south china’s Hainan province.

Le Houzhi, chief operating officer of intelligent charging business of state Grid EV service, told that the significant following three-year goals of this giant collaboration are

  • High-power direct-current fast charging technology
  • User-Friendly smart charging services
  • Internet of vehicles and big data

This collaboration aims to build high-speed charging stations worldwide so the EV owners can find them quickly and we can keep up with the increasing demand for EVs. They have created brilliant internet vehicle architecture to complete this purpose, connecting 1.4 million charging stations and 9.3 million new energy car owners.