Sinopec and NIO cooperate to officially launch the first power replacement station

News on April 15 According to Jiemian News, today, Sinopec and NIO signed a strategic cooperation agreement. Sinopec's first power replacement station was officially launched on the same day. At the signing of the cooperation agreement, the chairman of Sinopec said that in the next five years, Sinopec will build 5,000 charging stations. IT Home learned that NIO released the second-generation power station replacement in January this year. The battery warehouse of the second generation station can store up to 13 batteries, and the daily service capacity can reach 312 times, which is more than 3 times higher than that of the first generation station. NIO plans to increase the total number of power exchange stations nationwide to 500 by the end of 2021. Yesterday, NIO also released the NIO OS version 2.10.0 system update. This is also the second major version of the OTA upgrade this year, bringing support for the second generation of power station replacement.