Chinese ride-hailing platform Didi Chuxing is dedicated to promoting the efficient use of charging piles for the electric vehicles running on its platforms.
The Beijing-based company said its charging services platform Xiaoju has covered almost 40 cities across China by the end of 2019, and it has connected more than 20,000 charging piles, which accounts for about 9.3 percent of the total number of charging piles in the nation.
The company has more than 969,000 electric vehicles registered on its platform by the end of 2019, accounting for one-third of the electric vehicles in China.
Didi said its Xiaoju charging service is committed to providing energy-efficient solutions for the industry, opening the charging platform to the new energy vehicle fleet and enterprise-level users, and providing charging services for buses, logistics vehicles, corporate vehicles, and private cars.
Didi said it aims to boost the efficiency of charging piles and help cut the carbon emission.