Will new energy in automobiles be a trend in the automotive industry in the future?

2018-10-26 16:31:40 SUI ON INSULATING MATERIALS CO., LTD 0

Today's deteriorating environmental problems will ultimately affect our survival. In order to raise people's awareness of environmental protection, World Earth Day is scheduled to be held on April 22 every year, and people are urged to pay attention to environmental protection issues. Among many environmental problems, automobile exhaust is an important cause of many environmental problems, and new energy vehicles have emerged as the times require, opening a new chapter in energy conservation and environmental protection.


       In China, air pollution, led by "haze", is one of the biggest concerns of the moment. According to statistics, 70% of China's air pollution comes from automobile exhaust emissions, and the use of clean energy as a source of power for new energy vehicles is undoubtedly an effective solution to this problem. For this reason, new energy vehicles have been given high hopes and become a new direction for the development of the automobile industry, which is strongly supported by national policies.


In 2017, the financial subsidy policy remains the focus of the entire new energy vehicle industry, and the overall industrial development still has a strong dependence on policies. In the context of the subsidy decline, how will the 2017 subsidy policy be adjusted?


On December 30, 2016, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the Ministry of Finance and other four ministries jointly issued the 2017 New Energy Vehicle Subsidy Policy.

The key word of the 2017 national subsidy policy is adjustment and improvement. While the subsidy has fallen 20% overall, the recommended model catalogue threshold has been raised. The first is to increase the energy requirements of the entire vehicle. For example, the pure electric passenger car is different according to the quality of the whole vehicle, and the power consumption requirement of 100 kilometers under the corresponding working conditions is increased. The second is to increase the threshold for the driving range of the entire vehicle. Improve the requirements for the driving range of pure electric buses and fuel cell vehicles, and adjust the test method for the driving range of new energy buses from the 40km/h constant speed method to the working condition method; gradually increase the threshold for the driving range of pure electric passenger vehicles. The third is to introduce a new national standard for power batteries, improve the safety requirements, cycle life, charge and discharge performance of power batteries, and set the threshold of power battery energy density. Improve the technical requirements of fuel cell vehicles. The fourth is to improve safety requirements, and to deduct subsidy funds, suspend models or corporate subsidies for models that cause safety accidents due to product quality, depending on the nature and severity of the accident. The fifth is to establish a market sampling inspection mechanism, strengthen the inspection of the inspection link, and timely clear out the “Recommended Models for the Promotion and Application of New Energy Vehicles” (hereinafter referred to as the “Catalogue”) for enterprises and products that are not qualified for sampling. The sixth is to establish a dynamic management system for the Catalogue. After the new energy automobile products are included in the Catalogue, the sales promotion can apply for subsidies. There is still no actual sales model within one year, and the "Catalogue" qualification is cancelled. Seventh is the promotion of new energy vehicle applications. For new energy vehicles purchased by non-individual users, the total mileage must be 30,000 kilometers (except for special-purpose vehicles). The subsidy standards and technical requirements are implemented according to the vehicle's annual driving license.


An industry expert who did not want to be named told reporters that “increasing the technical threshold for subsidies, which indicates that the inclusive financial subsidies are over, companies will have to bid farewell to ‘policy’ dependence.”


Chen Qingtai, chairman of the China Electric Vehicle Hundred People's Association, also expressed his expectation for the adjustment of the subsidy policy in a meeting at a recent meeting, hoping to step up research on non-financial subsidy policies. “Excessive subsidies will generate dependence, and the risk of falling back too fast may lead to the risk of vertical sales falling. Therefore, in the post-subsidy era, it is necessary to step up the formulation of non-financial funds, and such policies need to last for a long time. Chen Qingtai said.


If the biggest keyword of the subsidy policy is adjustment, the key words of the management regulations of the power battery companies and the construction policies of the charging pile supporting facilities are landing. On November 22, 2016, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology issued the "Regulations for Automotive Power Battery Industry (2017)" (Draft for Comment) (hereinafter referred to as "Draft for Comment"), which requires the production capacity of enterprises from the previous 2 million watts. Increase to 8 billion watt hours. "It is not difficult to speculate that after entering 2017, the "Draft for Comment" will become a formal specification after revision, and whether the threshold will be adjusted will have a great impact on the entire power battery industry." The aforementioned experts said.


After seeing the problem of lagging construction of charging facilities, in 2016, relevant state administrative departments and provincial and municipal administrative departments have introduced incentive policies to further promote the construction of charging facilities. It is conceivable that 2017 will be a year of great development in the construction of charging facilities. However, the problem of unreasonable layout of public charging facilities has emerged. On the one hand, users who cannot find local charging, and the other side are charging piles with high idle rate, so there must be scientific and reasonable planning.


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