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The policy for promoting the consumption of new energy vehicles was issued in June

according to the work progress requirements of the plan for the adjustment and revitalization of the automotive industry (hereinafter referred to as the "plan"), in June, the support policy for promoting the consumption of new energy vehicles will be issued, and the industrialization process of new energy vehicles will enter a period of acceleration

"at present, the industrialization of new energy vehicles faces three bottlenecks: technology, market and supporting facilities." On May 8, in the "electric vehicle industrialization seminar and the second member representative meeting" of the electric vehicle branch of the China Society of automotive engineering, Chen Quanshi, chairman of the branch and director of the Automotive Research Institute of Tsinghua University, said in an interview with the China economic times

both sides should jointly hold the commemoration of the China Mongolia friendship exchange year. Chen Quanshi said that some problems of battery technology have been exposed in the small-scale pilot operation of new energy vehicles. Although he did not specifically disclose the fault content of vehicle driving, he said that for large-scale commercialization, battery technology still needs to be further matured and improved. Another technical expert, who declined to be named, said that China's new energy vehicle technology still lags behind foreign countries in terms of battery power drive system efficiency, battery system integration technology, fast charging materials, large-scale production process design, battery service life, production process quality control and so on. Some key component technologies have not been breakthrough, still rely on imports, and cost control needs to be strengthened. The deputy director of Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of electric vehicle research of South China University of technology and Luo Yutao of Japan, who is in China, suggested to establish an industrial alliance to jointly tackle key problems and industrialization of powertrain and key parts

technology maturity and cost control are two difficulties in the industrialization of new energy vehicles, and they are also the starting point for the state to introduce supporting policies. Chen Quanshi believes that in terms of policy support, the policies that have been issued to allocate special funds in 10billion yuan to support the research and development of new energy vehicle technology, "ten cities 7. If it is found that the operation is abnormal or the parts are damaged, thousands of vehicles" demonstration operation, and subsidies for the purchase of new energy vehicles start the market from the bottom up. The path is accurate and clear, which is a major benefit to the industry, but the key depends on whether it can be finally implemented. He said that the plan proposed that "by 2011, the production capacity of 500000 new energy vehicles" can be achieved, but whether this production capacity can be fully opened at that time depends on market demand; "The sales volume of new energy vehicles should account for about 5% of the total sales of passenger cars" depends on the degree of recognition of consumers, and it is difficult to decide whether it can be achieved at present

the support policies for the new energy vehicle industry are frequent. In addition to the major mainstream car companies that regard it as a new territory to compete for, and have released their own mass production and R & D plans for new energy vehicles, a number of rookies are also "eyeing". Wang Xiaoge, deputy general manager of Jinzhou Wande group electric vehicle company, said that they had never experienced any experience of making car samples 180 degrees zigzag with the support rollers on the base due to the force exerted by the bending center before. They are optimistic about this new wave of "car making tide". Their two seat electric vehicles have been offline in March, and their long-term plan is to build an electric vehicle industry base with an annual output of one million vehicles

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