Smart EV Charging Infrastructure

EV Charging Infrastructure refers installation, operation, and management of the EV Charging stations in public accessible locations.

Industry Trend

Driving electric vehicles is the future of our life.. It is projected that 245 million electric vehicles will be on the road globally by 2030 vs. about 6 million at the end of 2020. As EV adoption grows, the demand for charging stations will grow along with it. Office parks, shopping malls, school campuses, and more have been seeing the build-up of the EV charging stations to meet driver’s EV charging needs. Simply speaking, EV charging infrastructure is integral part of our green new world.
Xingtera provides the complete EV charging infrastructure solutions, Our offering includes various AC Chargers, DC Fast Chargers up to 300kW, DC Super Charger/Split Charging Systems, DC Office Board Chargers or two-wheelers and three-wheelers, Lithium Batteries, Battery Swapping Stations, Curved Solar Panels for car roofs, etc. Real-time Network Monitoring and Backend Analytics are also provided to enable EV charging service companies to operate a smooth and efficient EV charging service to the public.

What are Challenges in Today's EV Charging Infrastruacture

Charging time

The charging time is the primary concern for buyers. There are three major “levels“ of chargers available for EVs. The standard 120-volt plug used in North America charges slowly but can fill a battery to near full capacity for about 20 to 40 hours. The 240-volt “level two“ chargers generally provide 20 to 25 miles of charge in an hour, which shortens charging time to eight hours or less. In homes, level two chargers become prevalent since it can fully charge EVs overnight. Finally, “level 3“ direct current (DC) fast chargers (Superchangers) can charge a battery up to 80 percent in 30 minutes. Even “level 3” still takes too long for consumers used to the gas vehicles.


Unlike gas stations, where the price of fuel is set per gallon, EV charging can currently follow a number of different pricing schemes, which can lead to inconsistent pricing and sometimes high charging costs. Home charging prices are consistent rates per kilowatt-hour (kWh) set by utility regulators. Public charging station pricing has used schemes including per-session fees, per-minute fees, and tiered pricing based on a vehicle’s max charging speed. It is really important to drivers that the price per mile is significantly lower than that for the gas vehicles.

Renewable energy and climate mitigation

While not a hurdle to widespread EV adoption in and of itself, the electrical grid’s continued reliance on fossil fuels can reduce the cost-effectiveness of EV adoption as an emissions abatement strategy. Despite reducing emissions even when connected to a fossil-powered grid, electric vehicles are a much more cost-effective emission reduction tool when renewable energy sources make up a greater proportion of the energy mix. Maximizing the use of renewable energy to power electric vehicles is therefore crucial.

Charger compatibility

Level two charger development has been a relatively coordinated process, with all automakers besides Tesla using the same charge port model (with Tesla drivers using an adapter to connect). Three different varieties of DC fast chargers are used by different auto manufacturers: the SAE Combined Charging System (CCS), used by most manufacturers; CHAdeMO, used by Nissan and Mitsubishi; and the Tesla Supercharger (only available to Tesla drivers). This lack of vehicle compatibility differs from universal vehicle access to gas stations and could be an obstacle to widespread electric car adoption.

Availability of charging infrastructure

Expanded charging infrastructure is needed for EVs to make long-distance trips that require multiple stops for charging. A recent study by the International Council on Clean Transportation indicated that 10,000 more charging stations will be required to support EVs traveling on inter-city corridors by 2025, based on trends of increasing EV ownership. When it comes to longer trips, EV owners can experience “range anxiety,” the fear that the car will run out of power before reaching a suitable charging station. This kind of concerns are an important limit on consumer uptake of EVs.

Compliance Requirements

Electric vehicle charging infrastructure is becoming more widely available every day, and EV drivers around the world can thank federal, state and local governments for encouraging this growth. However, government regulation can be a double-edged sword, and at the moment, many in the EV charging industry are concerned about the complexity caused by it. Compliance to the government regulations for the EV charging infrastructure is critical. All the work for the certificates needs to be completed well ahead of getting approval from relevant authorities.

Solution Overview

Our EV Charging Infrastructure solution consists of EV superchargers, power grid utility supplying to the superchargers, cloud-based management platform, and mobile App that drivers use to manage and pay for the charging service. We can work with the EV charging infrastructure businesses to customize the end-to-end solutions to meet their service requirements.

Main Benefits

There are multiple advantages with our solutions. We are offering the whole system for green energy with affordable price, enduring product quality and great business value.
Broad Certification Approval

UL, CE, and GB, etc. and EMI/EMC certified

User Friendly APP

Available for both Android and IOS

Wide Compliance

Complies with international standards, such as ADA, CCS1, CCS2, Chademo, GB/T fast charge standards.

Strong Interoperability

Benchmarking with most well-known EV enterprises worldwide, including BMW, Hyundai, Tesla, GM, BYD, SAIC, Daewoo, etc.

Application Scenarios

150,000 AC Chargers and 10,000+ DC Fast Chargers Installed worldwide, with operations in India, North America, South America, China, Europe, and Middle East.

Fast Charging Station for EV

EV Fleet Charging for City

Charging Station with Solar Roof

On-street EV Charging

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