Relevant policies on new energy vehicle charging piles at the national level

In 2020, new energy vehicle charging piles will be listed as one of the seven new infrastructure areas, and will be included in the State Council's government work report for the first time. In order to support the development of the new energy vehicle industry, break through the bottleneck in the development of charging infrastructure, promote the construction of a new power system, and help achieve the goal of "dual carbon", the national ministries and commissions have issued a series of policies to help the construction of charging infrastructure. On January 10, 2022, ten departments including the National Development and Reform Commission and the National Energy Administration issued the "Implementation Opinions on Further Improving the Service Guarantee Capabilities of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure". , forming a moderately advanced, well-balanced, intelligent and efficient charging infrastructure system that can meet the charging needs of more than 20 million electric vehicles.
The country vigorously develops the construction of charging piles, and various provinces and municipalities have successively issued policy plans for the construction of charging infrastructure based on local conditions. In terms of construction goals, Beijing strives to build a total of 700,000 electric vehicle charging piles in the city by 2025; Shanghai plans: by 2025, charging piles will meet the charging needs of more than 1.25 million electric vehicles. higher than 2:1. Guangdong Province’s plan: By the end of 2025, the province will strive to build 4,500 charging stations and 250,000 public charging piles; Hunan Province’s plan is to build 400,000 charging piles by 2025. In addition, during the "14th Five-Year Plan" period, China Southern Power Grid will invest 10 billion yuan to vigorously promote the construction of charging facilities. It is expected that by the end of 2023, it will be the first to achieve full coverage of charging piles in five provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan, Guizhou, and Hainan. At present, 4,000 villages and towns in Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan, Guizhou, and Hainan have installed charging piles, and there are still about 2,000 villages and towns without any charging facilities. In order to achieve full coverage of charging facilities in villages and towns, China Southern Power Grid will spend two years building 50,000 charging piles. Township transportation hubs, municipal squares, and commercial centers will be the key areas for this round of charging pile construction.