It is difficult to find piles and charge new energy vehicles. It is not easy to want to be "full of electricity"
the 2018 China new energy vehicle big data research report shows that as of August 13, 2018, the national regulatory platform for new energy vehicles has accessed a total of 1047600 new energy vehicles, and China has become the world's largest electric vehicle market
on the one hand, if the connection is wrong, the sales of new energy vehicles will continue to grow. On the other hand, consumers are worried about new energy vehicles. At present, "charging difficulty" is one of the most prominent links
it is difficult to "settle down" in the community
in 2017, Mr. Wang in Beijing bought a new energy vehicle. He originally thought that the problem of using the vehicle had been solved, but he did not expect that charging had become a major problem
according to the relevant regulations of Beijing, residents with fixed parking spaces can install charging piles for new energy vehicles on the parking spaces. When buying a charging pile to install in his own parking space, Mr. Wang was stopped by the community property. The reason given by the property owner is that the community is old and the capacitance is not enough
according to Mr. Wang, there are not a few owners in the community who have cars but have nowhere to charge. "I thought about connecting a wire from home to charge, but the household electricity is 220V, and the SUV I bought is 380V, which is too dangerous." In order to recharge, Mr. Wang had to drive his car to a public charging pile twoorthree kilometers away from home to recharge. "It takes six to eight hours to recharge, and the vehicle utilization rate is greatly reduced."
in the interview, it was noted that the difficulty of "settling down" private charging piles has become a common worry for many owners of Shanghai Industrial Business Exhibition Co., Ltd., the organizer of old residential areas. Some communities cannot install charging piles due to the installation of two-story mechanical parking spaces; Some residential property owners refuse to install charging piles for fear of causing a fire; Even if the restrictions are relaxed in the community, the installation of charging piles by car owners is on a first come, first served basis, and the quota is limited
it is difficult to find piles in public places
if the car in your community is not charged, you can choose other ways to travel; But the car is driving on the road. If there is no electricity, people are really embarrassed. After purchasing a new energy vehicle in early 2016, Zhuoqi, a Beijing citizen, encountered this situation several times
on a trip, Zhuoqi miscalculated the remaining mileage. When he was halfway there, he found that the mileage was insufficient and looked everywhere for a public charging pile. At ordinary times, in order to quickly find the charging pile, she installed threeorfour related apps on it, but when she drove to the public charging pile according to the instructions of the app, Zhuoqi found that most of the charging piles could not be used, and the only charging pile that could be used had cars charging. After a round trip, the remaining power of the car was exhausted, so we had no choice but to ask the trailer company for help
in addition to the "frequent strike" of public charging piles, the mismatch between charging piles and vehicle models has also become a difficult problem for new energy owners. "Different models of cars need to match different models of charging piles. Sometimes I find charging piles with enthusiasm, but the models don't match." Xiaodan, a high school teacher in Beijing, said that after buying new energy vehicles, the vehicles are often idle. "I'm most afraid of running out of electricity and feeling insecure when driving out."In the interview, many car owners from first tier cities told that according to the current development situation, new energy vehicles are suitable for commuting and are difficult to travel far. "If you have a car, you don't dare to drive out of the city. It's hard to find a charging pile when you leave the urban area." At the same time, the regional differences in the development of public charging piles have deterred many car owners in third and fourth tier cities from looking at "cars"
in early August, the information released by the China electric vehicle charging infrastructure promotion alliance showed that in China, the development of public charging piles among regions is extremely uneven. According to the alliance, Beijing has 41130 public charging piles, more than the total number of 18 provinces and cities such as Henan and Shaanxi
the staff of a charging service provider in Yuncheng, Shanxi said that the company has begun to actively layout the charging piles in the third and fourth tier cities of electroslag pressure welding, but the early feedback data showed that the utilization rate was not ideal. "The recognition of new energy vehicles by residents in third and fourth tier cities is not high, mainly due to the lack of infrastructure protection, which makes consumers feel that new energy vehicles are inconvenient to use."Raojianye, senior engineer of the general electric power planning and Design Institute, believes that the previous series of policies of China's new energy vehicles mainly focused on electric vehicles, ignoring the support and long-term planning for the development of charging facilities to a certain extent. This has led to "cars without piles" in some areas with rapid development of electric vehicles. In addition, at present, some regions also blindly build piles for "demonstration", resulting in low utilization rate of electric piles and waste of resources. These problems need the timely intervention of relevant departments