Overview of new energy vehicle planning goals in countries around the world
At present, among the countries that have put forward a relatively clear plan for new energy vehicles, except China, the others are developed countries with a strong automobile industry foundation. For example, the United States, Germany, Japan, South Korea, France, the United Kingdom and so on. These countries are also the major automobile production and sales countries in the world.
Judging from the time frame of new energy vehicle planning in various countries, the government departments or associations in charge of the automobile industry in the United States, China, South Korea, and the United Kingdom have proposed relatively short-term production and sales goals—to achieve a certain total production and sales or ownership within 5 years. To a certain extent, this reflects the more urgent mentality of these countries to develop new energy vehicles.
In the new energy vehicle plans proposed by Germany, Japan, France and other countries, the deadline for achieving the quantitative production and sales scale target was set relatively late. They set production and sales targets for 2020 respectively. Among them, Germany and Japan also In 2030, a relatively clear production and sales target was also put forward. The long-term strategic determination of these countries to develop new energy vehicles is clear.
Judging from the production and sales scale targets of various countries in 2015, the United States is the most determined. The United States plans to have 1 million electric vehicles in 2015. China proposes to sell 500,000 new energy vehicles by 2015. The UK's target is the most "conservative" compared to other countries, with a production and sales target of only 240,000 electric vehicles in 2015.
In the 2020 target, China appears to be "aggressive". The Chinese government has proposed an ambitious target of 5 million new energy vehicle production and sales in 2020, which does not include ordinary gasoline-electric hybrid models. . In addition, Japan proposes to sell 2 million new energy vehicles annually by 2020—about 50% of its new car sales, of which the sales target for electric vehicles is 800,000, which is also very ambitious; the French government plans to The French government is very determined to achieve the goal of accumulatively producing 2 million clean energy vehicles by 2020. Although this goal is lower than that of other countries, the French government is very determined compared to its current holdings of less than 10,000 vehicles.
From the perspective of the definition of new energy vehicles, most countries lock the future development direction of new energy vehicles on the electric body, and regard hybrid power as a transitional product. For example, the production and sales plans for new energy vehicles set by countries such as Germany, the United Kingdom, and South Korea only include electric vehicles. The United States also emphasized in its definition of new energy vehicles that only plug-in hybrids are included in the statistics of new energy vehicles. China's new energy vehicle production and sales plan in 2020 also only includes pure electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.
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