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.
As EV adoption picks up the pace, it's common in China to encounter difficulty in accessing a charging post. EV motorists can spend minutes driving around in car parks, only to find all spaces full or hogged by fuel-powered vehicles.
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