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hina’s southern island province of Hainan said it will ban the
sale of gasoline-fueled vehicles by 2030, in a bid to safeguard its environment.亚博国际登录网站—亚博娱乐用户登录手机419论坛
All its vehicles used for sanitation, tourist transport and urban-rural p
亚博国际登录网站—亚博娱乐用户登录手机419论坛assenger transit will be replaced by new energy vehicles by 2025, according to its plan.
Local authorities said they will further improve electric charging
networks in the next three to five years to meet the needs of new energy vehicles.亚博国际登录网站—亚博娱乐用户登录手机419论坛品茶微信
Taiyuan, capital of North China’s Shanxi province, had its gasoline t
axis replaced by electric ones by 2016. Buses in Shenzhen, South China’s Guangdong pro
vince, have been electric since 2017, and its taxis are expected to be electrified as well this year.亚博国际登录网站—亚博娱乐用户登录手机419论坛
The Beijing municipal government is offering subsidies of up to 73,800 yuan ($10,416) per
亚博国际登录网站—亚博娱乐用户登录手机419论坛vehicle if taxi owners will buy electric ones, according to a document released in July.
At a forum in July, BAIC Group Chairman Xu Heyi said all taxis in Beijing will become electric within three years. BA
IC owns Beijing Electric Vehicle Co, which is the largest electric carmaker in the country.亚博国际登录网站—亚博娱乐用户登录手机419论坛品茶微信
A representative at BJEV said that as the subsidies are cut, the number of
private owners may fall somewhat but the proportion of electric vehicles used such as
亚博国际登录网站—亚博娱乐用户登录手机419论坛taxis and ride-hailing vehicles will rise as they are cheaper to use than gasoline ones.
Carmakers have long stepped up their efforts in new energy vehicles. BAI
C and Changan said in 2017 that they will phase out conventional fuel-powered cars by 2025.亚博国际登录网站—亚博娱乐用户登录手机419论坛品茶微信
Volkswagen plans to produce around 11 million electric cars in China by 2028. This is more than half of its global target of 22 million.