New energy automobile industry planning is being revised

According to Zhang Yutai, director of the Development Research Center of the State Council, currently China's relevant authorities are working to improve and accelerate the development of new energy vehicles and the formulation of related support policies.

According to the draft of the “Energy Conservation and New Energy Vehicle Industry Planning” published in September, according to the overall requirements of the national energy-saving emission reduction and cultivation of strategic emerging industries, vigorously develop energy-saving and new energy vehicles, with pure electric vehicles (pure electric drive) as our country. The main strategic orientation of the transformation of the automobile industry has focused on breaking through the power battery, motor and electric control technology, and promoting the industrialization of pure electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles to realize the leap-forward development of China's automobile industry. By 2015, new energy vehicles will initially be industrialized, and core technologies for key components such as power batteries, motors, and electronic controls will be autonomous. The market for pure electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid vehicles will exceed 500,000 vehicles. By 2020, it will cultivate automotive enterprise groups that produce 1-2 new energy vehicles with a production and sales scale of more than 1 million vehicles and 3-5 new energy vehicles with a production and sales scale of more than 500,000 vehicles.

After the draft was announced, relevant departments extensively solicited feedback from various parties, striving to make the goals set in the draft forward-looking and feasible. According to the introduction of Chery, the company is mainly cooperating with the demonstration of new energy vehicles, and through pilot demonstrations to identify and solve problems in the development of new energy vehicles.

Chery believes that only by doing a pilot demonstration can we better promote the use of new energy vehicles. The draft industrial plan also emphasizes that pilot projects for energy conservation and new energy vehicles demonstration and promotion in the public service sector should continue to be carried out. By 2015, the number of pilot cities will exceed 30; and pilot projects for private subsidies for new energy vehicles will be actively promoted. By 2015, pilot cities The number reached 20 or more.