Siemens' electric vehicle charging equipment pilot in Shanghai is not a predictor of broader China penetration

Many clients would have noted Siemens' recent announcement of an order it received for 140 intelligent electric vehicle chargers in Shanghai. While 140 chargers appears insignificant in the context of China, the announcement has caused big concerns across Chinese charging facility manufacturers in o...

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