Wednesday, May 02, 2012

China's Guangdong Province is driving the development of EV

Wednesday, May 02, 2012
According to the plan, province is Guangdong all registers of their electric vehicle drag industry and boost annual production capacity to develop more than 200,000 units by 2015. The focus is on the development of plug-in electric hybrid, pure and hybrid buses and vans, while the development of special purpose electrical, next will be promoted also generation purely electric light and LNG vehicles. In addition the province will support new energy vehicle manufacturers and related projects for obtaining the national approvals and meet standards for inclusion in relevant sectors.

In addition Guangdong will accelerate while exploring new business models such as e.g. leasing construction and maintenance of the infrastructure. The province works also on the establishment of local energy efficiency and emission standards.

To support the development of the electric vehicle industry, is the province of RMB15. 3 billion invest (approx. US$ 2.4 billion) 12 specific initiatives, carried out especially in the Pearl River Delta region. The biggest investment is in Zhuhai from energy project billion of high performance lithium iron-phosphate and lithium-titanate batteries, 10,000 new energy buses (e.g. pure electric and hybrid and LNG) and produce 100,000 drives per year by 2015.

Guangdong production of electric vehicle batteries currently represent 40 percent of China's. Some hybrid, purely electrically and LNG buses already in mass production in the province.

The map clearly shows that the province will encourage industrial cluster development. The city of Shenzhen is planning base to create an electric vehicle R & D and industrialization; Guangzhou will create a national energy new vehicle base; and Zhuhai, Foshan, Zhongshan and Meizhou of provincial new energy set up vehicle bases.

In the year 2012, Shenzhen, 2,000 electric vehicles, plans to add 1,000 electric buses, 500 purely electric taxis, and 500 electric service vehicles including. The city has registered first in China with more than 3,000 electric vehicles on the roads. By 2015, the city will replace more than half of its gas-powered buses with electric vehicles. Leading manufacturer of electric vehicle in the city, including BYD and Shenzhen Wuzhoulong engines, continue to focus on the development of electric vehicles this year. In addition, Shenzhen will expand the supporting infrastructure for electric vehicles by adding more than 40 charging points, the existing 57 this year. The city is investigating the two or three charging stations for electric-powered taxis.

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