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Nov 11, 2011

China's new energy vehicle sector faces growing pains (Xinhua)

July 16, 2011 BEIJING, July 16 (Xinhua) -- Zhao Liang, a resident of Changchun in northeastern China, takes the No.66 bus to work every day, never noticing a difference between the bus he used to take and the one he takes now - the one with the words 'hybrid power' emblazoned on its backside.
May 29, 2011

Energy Policy to Fuel Economic Objectives (China Daily)

By Damien Ma March 21, 2011 Although the 12th Five-Year Plan technically concludes in 2015, it is more apt to view the plan as the opening salvo to a pivotal decade intended to shepherd China toward a sustainable, innovative, and integrated continental economy. Indeed, the new plan is a sober recognition that pursuit of China's current export and investment-led growth model is facing diminishing returns. Sustaining growth, in the face of a realignment in global consumption and demand patterns, will require a different emphasis on qualitative growth and domestic consumption. A lower 7 percent growth target and language that trumpets economic development over growth indicate that Chinese policymakers realize this.
Oct 18, 2006

China Fuel Tax its Best Weapon to Check Oil Demand

China's energy planners are ready to take the bitter pill of an unpopular nationwide fuel tax to put the brakes on runaway fuel demand in the world's second-biggest oil consumer.
Oct 18, 2006

China Enacts First Fuel-Efficiency Standards

China has introduced its first fuel-efficiency standards for passenger cars, moving to control soaring oil consumption and ensure foreign automakers share their latest technology.

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Apr 6, 2017

EF China received Outstanding Contribution Award from VECC

EF China received prestigious award from the Vehicle Emissions Control Centre of the Ministry of Environmental Protection on February 28, 2017.
Nov 21, 2014

Energy Foundation China Holds 3rd Forum on Technologies & Policies for Transportation

Energy Foundation China, together with GIZ and the Society of Automotive Engineers of China (SAE-China), hosted the "Third Forum on Technologies & Policies for Transportation Energy Conservation and Emissions Reduction" in Beijing on November 21st 2014, with the theme of “Promoting electric vehicles, what else should we do?"
Dec 13, 2013

Experts from Around the World Attend “International Forum on Economic Policies for Traffic Congestion and Tailpipe Emissions Control”

On December 12-13, 2013 the China Academy of Transportation Sciences of the Ministry of Transport, Vehicle Emission Control Center of the Ministry of Environmental Protection, and Department of Transport, Zhejiang Province, sponsored by Energy Foundation China, jointly hosted the “International Forum on Economic Policies for Traffic Congestion and Tailpipe Emissions Control” in Hangzhou.
Nov 14, 2013

Energy Foundation China Holds 2nd Forum on Technologies & Policies for Transportation

Energy Foundation China, together with China Automotive Technology and Research Center hosted the “Second Forum on Technologies & Policies for Transportation Energy Conservation and Emissions Reduction” in Beijing on November 14th 2013.

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Feb 23, 2018

China Imposes First-Ever Fines for Auto Emissions Violations

In January, China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) imposed fines on two domestic truck makers—Tangjun and Kama—for selling vehicles that didn’t comply with emissions standards. These were the first-ever fiscal penalties levied by the ministry for auto emissions violations. The two companies were fined nearly $6 million total, or $14,000 per vehicle, for trucks that sold for an average of $7,000.
Apr 28, 2017

International Workshop to address the port emissions in the Pearl River Delta Region

The level of control of ship and port emission in the Pearl River Delta is low compared to its contribution to air pollution in the region.
Dec 15, 2014

Experiencing Electric Vehicles Driving Towards Clean Transport

On December 2nd, 2014, Energy Foundation China, the largest energy and environment policy foundation in China, celebrated its 15th anniversary in Beijing’s Diaoyutai State Guest House.

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Jul 10, 2018

The Energy Efficiency and Product Technology Effectiveness Evaluation in the Large-scale Application of Electric Vehicles

In 2018, Beijing Institute of Technology released a research paper to evaluate the energy efficiency and technology effectiveness of electric vehicles on the road, The project was supported by Energy Foundation China.
Jul 10, 2018

Automotive Battery Recycling Mechanism and Policy for Shenzhen

In June 2018, the Green and Low-carbon Development Foundation released a report to propose a feasible mechanism and policy of automotive battery recycling for Shenzhen, a metropolis with a fast growing electric vehicle population. This project was supported by Energy Foundation China.
Dec 1, 2017

2017 Annual Report on the Passenger Vehicle Fuel Economy Difference Between Real Road Data and Driving Cycles

With support from Energy Foundation China, the Innovation Center for Energy and Transportation examined the fuel economy difference between real road data and driving cycles from many perspectives, including vehicle classifications, car brands, testing regions, seasons, vehicle weights, fuel consumption levels in typical working condition, and best-selling models. The annual report also explores possible reasons behind the difference and provides technical support for fuel economy management in China.
Dec 1, 2017

2017 Annual Report of China’s Passenger Vehicle Fuel Economy

With support from Energy Foundation China, the Innovation Center for Energy and Transportation studied China’s joint Corporate Average Fuel Consumption-New Energy Vehicle credits policy, and compared the new energy vehicle credits with California’s zero-emission vehicle integration mechanism. Through exploring the current status and future trends of the corporate-average fuel consumption in China, this annual report examines how the new energy vehicle credits and the dual credit policy can impact the auto industry.
Nov 26, 2014
Nov 26, 2014

Improving Fuel Quality in the World's Largest Auto Market

The China Transportation Program (CTP) has worked to strengthen China’s fuel standards since 2004. It began by supporting Tsinghua University and the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP)-affiliated Vehicle Emission Control Center (VECC) in holding China’s first international workshop on low sulfur vehicle fuel in 2005.
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