On February 1, 2019, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology organized a kick-off meeting for the preparation of the "New Energy Automobile Industry Development Plan (2021-2035)" (hereinafter referred to as the "Plan"), which lasted about 8 months, and the draft for soliciting comments finally Come out. A few days ago, the Equipment Industry Department of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology issued a request for the "New Energy Automobile Industry Development Plan (2021-2035)" (draft for comments), which is a programmatic policy for the new energy automobile industry. The plan is for the next 15 years. The development of China's new energy vehicles has pointed the way.
The plan points out that after 15 years of continuous efforts, major breakthroughs will be made in key core technologies of new energy vehicles, integrated development will be coordinated and efficient, pure electric vehicles will become the mainstream, fuel cell commercial vehicles will achieve large-scale applications, and highly automated driving intelligent connected vehicles will tend to Popularization, my country has entered the world's automotive industry.
By 2025, the competitiveness of new energy vehicles will increase significantly, with sales accounting for 20% of the total vehicle sales that year, 30% of the sales of conditionally autonomous intelligent connected vehicles, and the commercialization of highly autonomous intelligent connected vehicles within a limited area By application, the average fuel consumption of new passenger cars has dropped to 4.0L/100km, and the average power consumption of new energy passenger cars has dropped to 11.0kWh/100km. Electric Zhijia understands that by 2030, new energy vehicles will have a competitive advantage in the market, with sales accounting for 40% of the total vehicle sales that year, 70% of the sales of conditional autonomous intelligent connected vehicles, and highly autonomous intelligent connected vehicles Expressways are widely used, and in some urban roads, the energy consumption of new cars has reached the world's advanced level.
In terms of infrastructure, the plan points out that it will speed up the construction of charging and swapping infrastructure, forming a charging network with slow charging as the mainstay and emergency fast charging as a supplement, and encouraging the application of battery swapping modes. Guide enterprises to jointly establish a charging facility operation service platform to realize interconnection, information sharing and unified settlement. Guide related parties of charging infrastructure to jointly carry out construction and operation, and support cooperation models such as residents with multiple vehicles and one vehicle, and adjacent parking spaces sharing. Build a wireless communication network that supports vehicle-road collaboration to meet the network communication service needs of high-level autonomous driving intelligent networked vehicles.
The following is the original draft for comments: