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Policy driven electrification of the European automotive market

as one of the traditional vehicle manufacturing and parts manufacturing centers, Europe is also the market with the most potential for new energy vehicles. According to relevant data, 2010 is the introduction period of electric vehicles in Europe, and the sales of electric vehicles in Europe have been growing for 9 consecutive years

according to the data released by relevant European institutions, Europe will be the second largest electric vehicle market in the world after China. In 2018, the sales volume of electric vehicles in Europe was about 430000, an increase of 41% year-on-year; The sales volume in 2017 was 307000, an increase of 39% compared with 2016

the German Federation of automotive industries recently announced that the German automotive industry will invest more than 40billion euros in accelerating the research and development of electric vehicles by 2022, and another 18billion euros in the research and development of digital and autonomous vehicle

Bernhard matts, chairman of the German automobile industry federation, pointed out that the German automobile industry will carry out transformation with a proactive attitude. He predicted that by 2022, the number of electric vehicle models launched by German automobile enterprises will reach about 100, three times the current number

Yu Zhuoping, director of the expert committee of China's hydrogen energy and fuel cell industry innovation strategic alliance, said that Germany's move was entirely driven by policies and regulations with considerable potential scope in the EU market. It is reported that in the proposal of the 2030 carbon dioxide emission target, the European Commission requires automobile manufacturers to further reduce the average carbon dioxide emissions by 30% on the basis of 2021. To this end, the major automobile manufacturers in the EU are increasing their investment in the field of electric vehicles and realizing the electrification of products through different combinations of battery technologies

it is understood that in order to stimulate consumers' demand for electric vehicles, the German government launched a purchase incentive measure called "environmental allowance" in July 2016. Each electric vehicle can receive a taxpayer subsidy of 2000 euros, while hybrid electric vehicles with carbon dioxide emissions of no more than 50 grams per kilometer can also receive a subsidy of 1500 euros. The subsidy policy will expire at the end of June this year

"electric vehicles are entering a stage of accelerated development in Europe. Otherwise, the EU will not be able to achieve its 2030 carbon dioxide emission target." Bernhard matts said

Yu Zhuoping said that in order to achieve this goal, electrification will become the key. The EU requires that by 2025, 15% of all new vehicles on sale will be electric or plug-in hybrid vehicles (less than 50 grams/kilometer of carbon dioxide); By 2030, this proportion will reach 30%. Any automaker that reaches or exceeds this sales ratio will receive higher returns

"this framework is designed to support the gradual transition from traditional engine driven vehicles to electric vehicles." The European Commission said

in Europe, the growth of electric vehicles in Norway is better than that in Germany, and it is the most eye-catching in the electric vehicle market of all countries. According to the latest released data, 147929 passenger cars were sold in Norway in 2018, of which pure electric vehicles accounted for 31.2%. With the addition of rechargeable hybrid vehicles, this standard was proposed by the National Building Materials Industry Bureau, and it is estimated that electric vehicles account for more than 49% of the total vehicle sales market

in Yu Zhuoping's view, Norway's electric vehicles have achieved remarkable results, which is closely related to the strong support of the government. In order to increase the sales of electric vehicles, the Norwegian government has cancelled the high import tax on vehicles, and consumers who buy electric vehicles no longer need to pay registration tax and sales tax. At the same time, Norwegian electric vehicle owners do not have to pay tolls, and can use ferries or bus lanes free of charge in the city center

it is understood that most electric vehicles in Norway depend on imports. For Norwegian consumers, the exemption of import taxes and follow-up taxes on electric vehicles, coupled with a series of measures to increase taxes on gasoline vehicles in disguised form, the price of ordinary gasoline vehicles is at the same level as that of imported electric vehicles. Take Tesla as an example. A Tesla modelx costs about $106000 in Norway, while a Volvo fuel car costs about $107000 in Norway

in addition, the French government also attaches great importance to the implementation of electric vehicles. French President macron has made the development of electric vehicle infrastructure an economic priority, and is committed to doing 1 Tensile test per batch of grade a steel wire by 2020 to increase the sales of electric vehicles by five times. At the same time, France plans to phase out fuel vehicles by 2030 to help reduce air pollution

insiders said that European countries have more cash subsidies for new energy vehicles than China, and there are also many supporting preferential policies. The most important thing is to pay attention to the practicality of the policy, for example, buying electric vehicles can enjoy free charging. These are the core elements that make new energy vehicles popular in Europe

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