In Hangzhou, 's battery swap stations number 39, covering all 13 local districts.

Nio's battery swap network now covers all of the administrative districts in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province in eastern China, the company announced in a post on its app today.

The number of Nio battery swap stations in Hangzhou is 39, covering all 13 administrative districts in the city.

Nio's battery swap stations in the city are mainly located in commercially busy areas, including the Shangcheng district, Xiacheng district, Xihu district and Gongshu district.

As of October 31, 47.17 percent of Nio owners in Hangzhou rely on battery swap stations for their daily energy replenishment, according to the company.

Nio's battery swap stations in Hangzhou have served more than 30,000 owners, of which 73.95 percent are owners of vehicles from other cities traveling through Hangzhou.

The battery swap stations in Hangzhou have provided more than 600,000 services and contributed 7,800 tons of carbon emission reduction, according to Nio.

A total of 75.8 percent of Nio car owners in Hangzhou have at least one battery swap station within three kilometers of their homes, and Nio says that percentage is expected to reach 80 percent by the end of the year.

Nio's first battery swap station in Hangzhou is located in the city's Shangcheng district and has been in service for 1,659 days so far.

A battery swap station in the city's Binjiang district is the busiest in Hangzhou, providing an average of 96 services per day.

The battery swap station near Hangzhou Ikea in Linping district was Nio's 800th such facility in China and the first such station in a partnership between Nio and Ikea.

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On March 30, Nio announced that its battery swap network covers all cities in Zhejiang province. The latest development means that the company is beginning to increase the density of these sites in key areas in the province.

As of November 15, Nio had 1,213 battery swap stations in China, 325 of which are located along highways, according to data monitored by CnEVPost.

The company also has 2,066 charging stations, offering 11,893 charging piles and access to more than 590,000 third-party charging piles.