How do you make new energy vehicles accelerate development in China at the time of haze and pressure? At a press conference held in Beijing on the 23rd, experts and scholars gave the answer: to break the monopoly and let go of the threshold.
The so-called new energy vehicles refer to other energy vehicles besides gasoline and diesel engines, mainly including fuel cell vehicles. Compared with traditional automobiles, new energy vehicles emit lower emissions and are more environmentally friendly.
In order to safeguard the national energy security and enhance the international competitiveness of the auto industry, the promotion of new energy vehicles is increasingly valued by the Chinese government. As the widespread haze has gradually become the â€œheart and lungsâ€ of the Chinese people, the determination of the government is also firmer.
Prior to this, the Chinese government planned that by 2015, the cumulative production and sales volume of pure electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid vehicles should reach 500,000 vehicles. For this reason, apart from pushing new energy vehicles in multiple cities and regions, the government also gives them financial subsidies.
However, it is not easy to achieve this goal. According to data from the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers, as of 2012, Chinaâ€™s new energy vehicles in Beijing, Shanghai, and other demonstration cities have reached a total of less than 30,000 vehicles, and the nationâ€™s new energy vehicles have operated in less than 1% of the automotive market share; In six months, less than 6,000 new energy vehicles were sold nationwide.
In this regard, many experts believe that encouraging competition, relaxing access, and stimulating innovation dynamism should be an important strategy for boosting the development of new energy vehicles.
Ouyang Minggao, a member of the Standing Committee of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference and director of the State Key Laboratory of Automotive and Energy Conservation at Tsinghua University, pointed out that both new energy vehicles and infrastructure construction such as charging stations should open up market access and encourage competition.
"The great enlightenment that U.S. Tesla has brought to China is that it breaks the myth that only large auto companies can make new energy vehicles." Ouyang Mingao said.
Cai Jiming, deputy to the National People's Congress and professor at Tsinghua University, also believes that the development of new energy vehicles should not be confined to traditional auto companies but should encourage the participation of various social forces. In his view, when the traditional car companies have occupied a good market share, the development of new energy vehicles may be underpowered.
Liu Chongxiao, a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference and deputy general manager of China National Automotive Industry Engineering Corporation, said that the government should encourage social capital to enter infrastructure such as charging stations. â€œDon't set a threshold or limit,â€ so that the public can enjoy convenient charging services.
In addition, experts have also given suggestions for the â€œbottleneckâ€ that new energy vehicles such as charging are facing.
Ouyang Minggao pointed out that charging inconveniently requires that the mileage of new energy vehicles be as long as possible, which will increase the weight of the battery, further raise the price of automobiles and impede the entry of new energy vehicles into the homes of ordinary people.
This view was approved by Cai Jiming. In Cai Jiming's view, the high price of the battery, short life span, difficulty in guaranteeing quality, and short driving mileage are the outstanding difficulties facing the development of new energy vehicles.
In this regard, Ouyang Minggao suggested that the government should increase subsidies for charging stations and other infrastructure facilities instead of simply subsidizing buyers. "This is the best subsidy."
Cai Jiming believes that battery maintenance should be actively carried out to prolong battery life; vigorously promote the separation of new energy vehicles and batteries; sell cars only sell â€œnaked carsâ€ to reduce the price of new energy vehicles; let battery manufacturers and operators To promote the development of the industry, not just traditional auto companies.
In addition, Liu Chongxi said that in addition to continuing subsidies, the government can also adopt preferential policies such as unlimited purchases, no tils, reduction of vehicle purchase tax, and help new energy vehicles gain market recognition.
Dong Yang, executive vice president and secretary-general of the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers, reminded that the support policies for new energy vehicles should remain stable and they must fight for a "protracted war."
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