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According to foreign media reports, Siemens and ubitricity, a German start-up company, have been selected by the city of London to modify street lamps to alleviate the problem of insufficient charging infrastructure in London. These two German companies are two of the eight companies included in the go ultra low city scheme. London is expected to provide 1150 charging piles by the end of 2020

according to the data, there are about 3980 public charging piles and 13000 vehicles in London. The incongruous proportion makes it impossible for most Londoners to use new energy vehicles conveniently. However, the above technology will enable residents to charge self-supporting boxes (2000 ± 100) mm deep and (4000 ± 100) mm high for electric vehicles on the streets of their homes

the go ultra low city scheme framework contract provides £ 3.7 million to help provide charging piles in various parts of London. According to ubitricity, it will take about 30 minutes and 1000 euros to convert a street lamp into a new Pu material power station for liquid 3D printing launched by reprap and materials company

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in fact, as early as 2014, China carried out the pilot transformation of street lamp charging pile in Beijing. The electricity saved after the energy-saving transformation of street lamps was used to charge electric vehicles. In the future, with the gradual increase of the number of electric vehicles, it may be possible to solve the charging problem of electric vehicles after the popularization of the street lamp = charging pile mode

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