On Wednesday, NIO began operating a third-generation battery swap station near the Macau Science Center, two years after the Chinese electric vehicle maker set up its first power facility for the country’s special administrative region in November 2021. The automaker has built a user base of 330 in the city, delivering 31 left-hand drive EVs to local customers last month, making it the second best-selling EV brand in the market, according to figures released during an opening ceremony on Wednesday. This move signifies NIO’s progress toward its ambitious target to open more than 2,300 swap stations across China this year, up from around 1,300 as of last December. NIO announced in May that its most updated power swap station offers up to 408 swaps per day, an increase of 30% from the previous generation. [TechNode reporting, NIO announcement, in Chinese]