These robots will likely function in association with the idle rate of electric piles, so as to flexibly allocate energy and meet EV owners' demand in the best possible way, NaaS said.
Despite the efforts of infrastructure builders, the expansion of EV charging networks has yet to keep pace with the proliferation of EVs in China.
To meet surging needs for EV charging, often restricted by a number of factors including fewer parking spaces than needed or parking spaces hogged by fuel-powered vehicles, power suppliers across China have increasingly relied on mobile robots, instead of fixed charging posts.
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