Hong Kong needs more action on electric vehicles and better management of charging facilities, the government watchdog says. Office of the Ombudsman said its investigation found a host of problems, including a rising number of complaints about parking spaces designated for electric cars being occupied by other vehicles. They were 11,080 registered electric private vehicles in Hong Kong last year but only 2,166 public charging facilities. The ombudsman in Hong Kong has called on the government to back up its “green rhetoric” on electric private vehicles with concrete action, including providing more public charging facilities and better management of them. In a report released on Tuesday, the government watchdog said it launched a direct investigation and found a host of issues in the environmental portfolio, including a rising number of complaints about parking spaces designated for electric cars being occupied by other vehicles(Victor Ting, 2019).
That is why a professional and smart electric vehicles charging application and management system have been developed by us. In this system, we can manage and review the status of the charging stations through the web portal. In physically, we have definitely increased the electric vehicles charging stations in Hong Kong. It is not only one that drops the pressure down from the electric vehicle owners, but also one that provides the convenience for those drivers. Moreover, it attracts more of the public to purchase an electric vehicle instead of a petrol car. By this situation, the whole natural environment in the earth can indeed gain a lot of benefits such as global warming or climate changing by the reduction of releasing the carbon dioxide in the air.