Riding on a Green Dream Beijing Review

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SHINING DEBUT: A customer out by a JAC plug-in hybrid car at the 14th Auto Show on April 26, (PEI XIN)

Take a along the streets of Hefei and are you will see a steady stream of vehicles manufactured by Jianghuai Co. Ltd. (JAC).

As the petrol continues to rise, new-energy are much better options with similar level cars for consumers in cities Hefei, said Mei Hanbing, of JAC new-energy cars in Hefei, city of east China’s Province.

He estimated that having a car would save consumers as as 9,000-10,000 yuan ($1,431-1,590) on an annual mileage of 20,000 km.

JAC was not a pioneer in new-energy car development, it has instrumental in spearheading efforts at the vehicles. JAC was focusing on new-energy research as early as 2002 and set pure electric cars as its in 2009. In December 2010, the homegrown automaker produced 585 J3 electric vehicles (EVs) for ownership, claiming to be the first to commercialize electric vehicles on a scale.

A year later 1,000 J3 EVs were made and sold, on September 29, JAC produced 500 third-generation J3

Thanks to JAC’s achievement in electric vehicles, Hefei has out of a demo project promoting vehicles for private use in 10 cities China.

New-energy trend

At the International Forum on Chinese Industry Development held August 31 to September 2 in north Tianjin, Wan Gang, Minister of and Technology, said that the auto industry had become one of the pillar industries, China chronic air pollution, carbon fuel consumption and traffic Currently, the contradiction between demand for vehicles and severe shortage as well as strict controls is becoming critical. So it is to boost the development of the new-energy sector, Wan said.

According to a report on the new-energy industry released by Zheshang Co. Ltd. in March, the number of cars in China soared 11.8 million to 19 million the 11th Five-Year Plan increasing by 10 percent year on However, only 54 out of 1,000 own cars in China, much than the world average suggesting huge market for automobiles.

This also suggests pressure on fuel supplies.

The said the consumption of vehicle would hit 25 million tons by What’s more, China’s consumption heavily depends on About 56 percent of crude oil in China were imported in and by 2030, the number will 70 percent.

Additional pressure on the industry comes in the form of emission controls ,as the Chinese pledged to cut carbon emission per of the GDP by 40-50 percent by 2020.

All of these pressures, as well as are urging auto makers to significant breakthroughs in core of developing new-energy vehicles and their application, said Min, a product programming in JAC.

A rise in petrol since March further the spotlight on new-energy cars.

In the of increasingly soaring petrol and a turbulent international situation, it is that the price of petrol, a resource, will go up for a long in the future, said Peng an analyst with Ping An Peng believes a sustained in the petrol price will transfer the current consumption on vehicles to an energy-saving-oriented one.

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