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Tesla seeking partner in China for charging solutions

A man takes a photo of this battery-powered electric sports car produced by Tesla Motors, May 24, 2007. (Photo/CNS)

Tesla Motors, the US manufacturer and seller of electric cars recently contacted NARI Technology Development to discuss a collaborative project with Tesla’s charging business for its electric cars in China, according to sources cited by Shanghai-based China Business News.

Both NARI and the State Grid Corporation of China, the parent company of NARI, refused to comment on the matter.

The charging stations for electric cars can be divided into several categories, including regular charging, fast charging and battery replacement services.

Regular charging usually requires 220V-380V of electricity, while fast charging needs direct current.

Sources said that Tesla hoped to get a package of solutions, from power distribution and charging to the monitoring of charging stations, as well as follow-up maintenance.

NARI has certain experience in charging as it built 22 charging stations in 2012 and it also has an operations team responsible for its charging business.


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