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2017 New Energy Passenger Vehicle Market Openness Index Report (May 2018)
Between 2015 and 2017, the number of NEV brands doubled and the number of NEV models available in the Chinese market tripled. This rapid development of China's new energy automotive industry is one result of the pro-EV policies made at the national and local levels. Because China is now transitioning from pilot- and policy-directed development and a more meaningful engagement with industry, challenges to NEV commercialization consist of mainly local deployment and market protectionism. This study proposed a new index for assessing relative market openness for competitive NEV development: "the NEV Market Openness Index". The index was developed on the basis of conventional diversity combined with penetration indexes, both adopted from biological studies, with a particular focus on passenger NEVs, and based on data from 23 Cities and 20 provinces.
China Passenger Vehicle Fuel Consumption Development Annual Report 2017 (December 2017)
iCET has been involved in the drafting of China's fuel standards since its first iteration and has been tracking its development since. This report is the 7th iCET Annual Report evaluating China's CAFC standard implementation status with recommendations for policy. This year the report, although covering various aspects of China's corporate FC development, places considerable focus on the joint management mechanism of China's existing CAFC standard and the newly introduced NEV credits system. The highlights of this year's report are grouped around three themes: (I) fuel efficiency and the CAFC standard regime, (II) NEV super-credits (flexibility mechanism) and CAFC performance, and, (III) the newly introduced NEV credits system and the CAFC standard regime.
Real-World Fuel Consumption Data Comparative Analysis-A case study based on two different consumer mobile apps in Beijing city
There are increased interests in new data sources for evaluating the effectiveness policies that guide the development of the transportation sector, especially after the emergence of several notable emission scandals. However, few studies analyze these new data sources. Their applicability and usefulness are rarely compared and not well understood. This study attempts to fill this gap by drawing comparisons between two new data sources useful for assessing the actual fuel consumption (FC) of passenger cars: semi-manual calculation of FC through a dedicated app (BearOil, or Xiaoxiong) and automated FC (and other data points) collection by an On-Board Diagnostics (OBD) app (ZhiJiaXing). The study compares data features, statistical robustness and analysis results of the two datasets in a Beijing case study.
 
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iCET's Work Lead to MIIT to launch a STUDY ON CHINA'S TIMETABLE FOR PHASING-OUT TRADITIONAL ICE-VEHICLES
Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology announced to launch a Coordinated Research and Development on Timetable to Phase-out Traditional Fuel-Powered Vehicles in China
iCET and World Bank (WB) Jointly Organized the First Thematical Seminar “E-Mobility in China”
iCET and World Bank’s Transport Global Practice jointly organized the first thematical seminar “E-Mobility in China” in Beijing. With the core of China’s electro mobility, the series of seminars will mainly cover such topics as electrification, intelligence, net-connection, sharing based on talks and sharing. The first seminar focused on the theme of “A Practical Guide to E-Mobility: Learning from China’s Experience”.
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Towards Zero-Emission Mobility Workshop
2018-9-12 San Francisco
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