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Ministry of Industry and Information Technology: New Regulations on Recycling Batteries for New Energy Vehicles will come into effect on August 1 Recently, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology issued the Provisional Regulations on Traceability Management of Power Battery Recovery and Utilization in New Energy Vehicles (hereinafter referred to as the Provisions) to establish a "National Monitoring and Traceability Integrated Management Platform for New Energy Vehicles" to collect information on the whole process of production, sale, use and recovery of power batteries, and to fulfill the responsibility of recycling and utilization of the main bodies in each link. Implementation of monitoring. It will come into effect on August 1, 2018.
New Energy Vehicle Achievements in the First Half of 2017 (Source: Gansu Daily 2017-07-20) unconsciously, more than half of 2017. Over the past six months, major automobile companies have been constantly bringing forth new ideas. Some follow the brand upward, some choose channels sink; both the birth of new brands, but also the return of old brands; both the rise of domestic brands, but also the downturn of Korean cars and the helplessness of legal cars.
China's development of new energy vehicles into highway occupies half of the world's total According to the data from the Ministry of Science and Technology, by the end of last year, the output of new energy vehicles in China had exceeded 500,000, with more than 1 million vehicles in possession, accounting for 50% of the world's total. At present, there are more than 30 new energy automobile projects under construction in various regions, and more than 170 new energy automobile manufacturers. According to the projects approved this year and the production planning issued by major automobile enterprises, the production capacity of new energy vehicles is expected to reach 5 million by 2020, and the development of new energy vehicles in China is entering a period of rapid growth.
In 2016, China's production of new energy vehicles is expected to account for 40% of the global total. (Source: Xinhua, Dec. 12), "According to the development situation this year, China's new energy automobile production is expected to account for 40% of the global total in 2016." Xu Yanhua, deputy secretary-general of China Automobile Industry Association, said in Beijing that new energy products accounted for more than 1.6% of domestic automobile production between January and October.