Europe Is Speeding Up The Gap With China In The Electric Car Industry

- Nov 11, 2017-

China energy storage net news: according to automotive news Europe, the European Union will be stricter emissions, such as Volkswagen and FCA, measures to stimulate the production of electric cars, with China to narrow the gap in technology.

The commission plans to cap car makers' co2 emissions by 2025 and 2030.

A senior official said the plan would gradually tighten existing limits on carbon dioxide emissions and accelerate the shift of carmakers to electric vehicles.

"This is an integral part of the development of the electric car industry," MiguelAriasCanete, the eu's climate action and energy commissioner, said in an interview on Tuesday.

Soon, there will be a race to develop clean energy cars.

We see other countries leading the world in this area."

The European commission is using the landmark Paris climate protection agreement reached in 2015 by nearly 200 countries to control road traffic pollution in Europe.

Under the Paris agreement, the eu aims to reduce emissions by at least 40 percent by 2030.

As China issued a "double integral" quota policy to accelerate the development of the electric car industry, Europe is counting on a more subtle way, forcing between manufacturing fuel cars or electric cars to make a choice.

According to the data, China already has 400 electric vehicles, compared with just six in Europe.

At the same time, India aims to sell all new vehicles sold by 2030.

"There is a huge gap between the eu and developing countries," says Mr Carnett.

"This offer is an incentive to drive car manufacturers to offer a large number of electric vehicles."

And he said, the European commission's proposals would need eu governments and the European parliament's approval, it usually takes more than a year of time, at the same time, it will include 800 million euros for the construction of the electric car infrastructure.