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New-energy car production surges in China

(People's Daily Online)    17:46, November 13, 2015
New-energy car production surges in China
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A total of 50,700 new-energy cars received the vehicle inspection certificate in October 2015, an eight-fold increase compared with the same period of last year, according to China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology on Nov. 10, 2015.

Data show that the production of new-energy cars reached 206,900 units from January to October 2015, a three-fold growth over the same period of last year.

Due to strong demand for new-energy cars in recent years, China saw an increasing production of new-energy cars. China has unveiled various policies which push forward the development of new-energy vehicle industry.

China should implement a plan to push for the adoption of new-energy cars and enhance the level of industrialization in the electric vehicle industry, according to the CPC Central Committee's proposals on the 13th Five-Year Plan.

The proposals, adopted at the Fifth Plenary Session of the 18th CPC Central Committee which ended on Oct. 29, sets guidelines and targets for China’s development in the next five years.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang made it clear that the governments of all levels should not impose the vehicle restriction rule or purchase restrictions on the new-energy cars at the State Council executive meeting on Sept. 29, 2015.

Li added that the governments of the provincial-level or even lower level should revoke their previous restrictions on the new-energy cars. Subsequently, Beijing, Shenzhen and other cities scrapped the lottery system for issuing car license plates.

China will build an intelligent and efficient network of charging facilities which has provides sufficient charging posts by 2020, according to the guidelines on accelerating the construction of charging facilities for electric vehicles released by the General Office of China's State Council on Oct. 9, 2015. With this network, China can satisfy the need of more than 5 million electric cars.

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