NIO's power network covers all provincial administrative regions in the Chinese mainland, providing holistic power solutions to users, it said.

NIO's power network covers all provincial regions in Chinese mainland-CnEVPost

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NIO's power network covers all provincial administrative regions in the Chinese mainland, providing holistic power solutions to users, it said.

The company revealed the information today when it announced its July vehicle delivery figures, the first mention of the development.

On July 6, NIO's 1,000th battery swap station went into service in Tibet, powered entirely by clean energy.

As of July 31, NIO had deployed 1,047 battery swap stations in the Chinese mainland, through which more than 10 million battery replacements have been completed, the company said.

In addition, as of July 31, NIO's charging network in the Chinese mainland included 948 supercharging stations with 5,137 superchargers, and 828 destination charging stations with 5,083 chargers, it said.

On August 1, the first battery swap and supercharging station jointly built by NIO and Shell went into operation in Xiamen, Fujian province, according to a report by CnEVPost earlier today.

The station is NIO's 1,048th battery swap station and 1,777th charging station in the Chinese mainland, with two 180-kW supercharging piles.

To date, 271 of NIO's 1,048 battery swap stations in the Chinese mainland are located along highways.

The company has a total of 1,777 charging stations in the Chinese mainland, including 10,222 charging piles, and has access to more than 550,000 third-party charging piles.

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