Chinese electric car or truck maker Nio will put in swapping stations, exactly where drivers can swap their automobile battery for a totally-billed one particular, at 20 charging parks in Germany owned by utility EnBW, the utility company claimed on Thursday.

Nio released in Germany in Oct on a leasing product, with end users leasing vehicles with a 75 gigawatt hour battery for 1,199-1,295 euros ($1,171-$1,264) a month depending on the length of the subscription, which can be as small as a month.

The carmaker, which is aiming for 120 swapping stations in Europe by the end of 2023, opened its first swapping station in Germany in late September in Zusmarshausen in collaboration with charging operator Sortimo and mobility engineering company TSG.

EnBW, which is investing above 100 million euros ($105.26 million) a year in increasing electric powered automobile charging infrastructure, plans to extend its partnership with Nio to set up extra swapping stations in long run, the provider’s assertion reported.