GWM launched the world’s first G-Charge supercharging station in Bangkok, Thailand. This is the latest achievement she has shown users in developing new energies.
The G-Charge supercharging station, GWM’s first fast-charging station with DC (direct current) charging mode, has six connectors. These connectors feature three DC charging units, each with two Type 2 CCS connectors. This means the dock works even if you and five other users need to charge at the same time.
In addition, the G-Charge supercharging station has enough space and power. It has a maximum charging power of 160 kW and can provide users with a 24-hour charging service.
It is important to mention that the charging station has a very easy-to-use charging guidance function. In the GWM app, users can quickly find charging station locations and book charging times, pay for charging and usage, and more. This not only saves time for the user but also adapts to the user’s travel plan, which can be considered a very smart experience.
It has been disclosed that ORA GOOD CAT users can use the charging services free of charge at the G-Charge supercharging station. It can charge the ORA GOOD CAT 400 TECH and 400 PRO models from 30% to 80% in 32 minutes and the ULTRA model from 30% to 80% in 40 minutes.
According to official sources, on November 3rd, GWM and PEA ENCOM International Company Limited signed a cooperation agreement. It is a company specializing in the development of green energy from the energy company PEA in Thailand, which has built dozens of charging stations for electric vehicles. This time, it installed a solar system at the G-Charge supercharging station, making it one of Thailand’s largest public rapid charging stations for electric vehicles.
In addition to building the charging infrastructure, GWM made other discoveries in new energy development. One example is Dayu battery technology. With dozens of patents, it is a core technology that encompasses the suppression, isolation, cooling, and discharge of heat sources, etc., and which can prevent batteries from exploding due to thermal leakage.
In August, Meng Xiangjun, GWM’s rotating president, told the 2021 Foreign Distributor Online Conference that over the next five years GWM will invest RMB 100 billion in R&D in the area of new energy and intelligence to create safer products, eco-friendly and smart for global users.