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Knowing when and how to charge an electric vehicle (EV) is one of the major worries for EV owners.
While charging an EV requires a little more preparation, more public EV charging stations are becoming visible due to the increasing demand and incentives for alternatives to gas-powered vehicles.
Like any chargeable item or electronic, both electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles need an EV charger to keep the battery charged.
At its most basic, an EV charger functions exactly like any other appliance or item you charge by putting into the wall: it draws an electrical current from either a 240v outlet or the grid it is linked to and distributes that electricity to the car.
The Taiwan EV charger market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
As part of the New Energy, New Lifestyle initiative, 7-Eleven and TCC subsidiary NHOS will construct a new generation of EV charging infrastructure.
The concept, which combines green energy, energy storage, and EV charging services, is a collaboration between 7-Eleven and NHOA, a division of Taiwan Cement Corporation (TCC).
The NHOA-built charging infrastructure seeks to offer complete charging technologies for all EVs. The TCC Hoping Plant at Hualien’s open eco-factory TCC DAKA has been merged with it.
Based on the peaks and valleys in electricity demand, the system can modify the supply of electricity. It hopes to accomplish its environmental and energy-saving objectives in this way.
Additionally, the infrastructure houses Taiwan’s 24K Green, 100% solar-powered EV charging technology. The infrastructure will be converted into an entirely green energy EV charging station as part of the project’s integration of wind power.
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