China's energy storage network: more and more countries are saying they will stop producing traditional fuel cars at some point in the future and switch to new energy vehicles.
In this context, more and more auto manufacturers are also proposing their own new energy vehicle development plan.
As a huge consumer market, China's new energy vehicle policy is undoubtedly favored by producers and investors.
The Chinese government in 2009 began to encourage the development of new energy vehicles, and provide financial subsidies, starting in 2010 in subsidies and supporting policies, by the end of 2016, more than 1 million vehicles, new energy vehicle sales in China to become the world's largest country in the new energy car ownership.
But the Chinese government is also wary of the new energy vehicles.
The Chinese government is already adjusting its fiscal support policy after nearly two years of fiscal support for new energy vehicles.
It is understood that the Chinese government is working on the capacity of new energy vehicles to confirm whether there is a surplus.
It is not difficult to confirm that China's policy direction of restrictive adjustment can be confirmed.