As of June 2021, the cumulative number of charging infrastructure in China, including private charging piles, stood at 1.947 million units, up 47.3 percent year-over-year, according to the latest data.

As of June, China had 923,000 public charging piles, according to data recently released by the China Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Promotion Alliance (EVCIPA).

In June, the number of public charging piles in China increased by 39,000 units, up 65.4 percent year-over-year, the data shows.

The top 10 regions, including Guangzhou, Shanghai, and Beijing, have 72.3 percent of the public charging infrastructure, according to the EVCIPA.

As of June, there were 11 operators in China with more than 10,000 charging piles, and their combined number accounts for 91.9 percent of the total.

TGood owns 220,000 charging piles, Star Charge owns 202,000, and State Grid Corporation of China owns 196,000, the data shows.

Guangdong, Jiangsu, Sichuan, Shaanxi, Henan, Fujian, Zhejiang, Shanxi, Hubei and Shanghai are the ten regions with the highest usage of charging electricity.

The flow of electricity is dominated by buses and passenger cars, with other types of vehicles such as sanitation and logistics vehicles and cabs accounting for a relatively small percentage, according to the EVCIPA.

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