Mochi operates on Envision Group’s proprietary operating system EnOS, which connects and manages over 200 gigawatts of renewable energy assets globally. The device can charge EVs in two hours for a cruising range of up to 600 kilometers and is compatible with most mainstream EVs on the market, Envision said.
The charging robot is equipped with location-sensing technology and can set up smart charging plans, locate EVs, and start charging on its own. During charging, EnOS automatically conducts real-time monitoring on the EV battery, along with a comprehensive health examination to ensure the user’s safety.
Users can subscribe to Mochi’s services through a mobile app, the statement read.
“Mochi is an intelligent charging assistant for electric cars and will be a partner for everyone in the net-zero future,” said Envision Group CEO Zhang Lei.
According to research from Canalys, 1.3 million EVs were sold in China in 2020. It expects that number to grow to 1.9 million this year, which would represent 9% of all cars sold in the country.