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Japan's introduction of technology into China's automation market is expected to take a share

from November 25 to 26, 2011, the Sixth China Japan comprehensive forum on environmental protection and energy conservation was held in Beijing, which is a grand event for the exchange and cooperation of new energy vehicles between China and Japan. As new energy vehicles are increasingly receiving widespread attention, non-governmental cooperation and exchanges between China and Japan continue to heat up. Toyota, Nissan, Honda and other automobile companies have announced that they will introduce pure electric vehicles, hybrid electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles into China and produce them locally, strengthening the introduction and independent development

many Japanese auto parts enterprises and small and medium-sized enterprises also come to China to look for opportunities, and the automation market can also take a share. Our China Automotive Technology Research Center has conducted technical exchanges with a number of Japanese research institutions and enterprises, involving power batteries, charging interfaces, supercapacitors, controllers, motors, electric accessories, etc. According to incomplete statistics, at least 30 domestic power battery enterprises have introduced technology, equipment or joint ventures from Japan. The cooperative research and technology introduction of permanent magnet synchronous motors, controllers, battery management systems, etc. between Chinese and Japanese enterprises are also in progress

definition of new energy vehicles

at present, China has no unified definition of new energy vehicles. For the needs of management and the introduction of incentive policies, the relevant departments of the Chinese government have defined new energy vehicles in the relevant document 1 that has been issued, which is to unswervingly resolve excess capacity, mainly based on the national development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of industry and information technology

it not only gives us the opportunity to show the extraordinary performance of our high-tech materials under extreme conditions, but also the definition of new energy vehicles by the national development and Reform Commission refers to vehicles that adopt new power systems and mainly use new energy and comply with automotive standards and regulations, mainly including pure electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid vehicles and fuel cell vehicles. Article 3 of the "new energy vehicle production enterprises and product access management rules dated April 24 (2) 7" of the Ministry of industry and information technology: the new energy vehicle referred to in these Rules refers to the use of unconventional vehicle fuel as the power source (or the use of conventional vehicle fuel, the use of new on-board power devices), the integration of vehicle power control and driving advanced technology, the formation of advanced technical principles, with new technology A car with a new structure. New energy vehicles include hybrid electric vehicles, pure electric vehicles (Bev, including solar vehicles), fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV), hydrogen engine vehicles, other new energy (such as high-efficiency energy storage, dimethyl ether) vehicles and other categories of products. At present, government departments, the automotive industry and all sectors of society have a relatively consistent view that China's new energy vehicles mainly refer to electric vehicles composed of pure electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid vehicles and fuel cell vehicles. Electric vehicles are an important way to save energy and reduce emissions in China's transportation sector. In July 2010, the State Council identified new energy vehicles, mainly electric vehicles, as one of China's seven strategic emerging industries, indicating that the era of electric vehicles in China has arrived

since the eleventh five year plan, supporting policies have been intensively introduced.

the Chinese government attaches great importance to the R & D and industrialization of electric vehicles. The government work report of the State Council in 2005 proposed to encourage and develop clean vehicles, and the outline of the Eleventh Five Year Plan for national economic and social development proposed to encourage the development and use of energy-saving, environmental friendly and new fuel vehicles

on February 5, 2009, the national "Interim Measures for the administration of financial subsidies for the demonstration and promotion of energy-saving and new energy vehicles" has been issued. Energy saving and new energy vehicles mainly refer to hybrid electric vehicles, pure electric vehicles and fuel cell vehicles

on June 1, 2010, the Ministry of finance, the Ministry of science and technology, the national development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of industry and information technology jointly issued the notice on carrying out the pilot of subsidies for private purchase of new energy vehicles, and selected Shenzhen, Hangzhou, Hefei, Changchun and Shanghai (followed by Beijing) as the pilot cities of subsidies for private purchase of new energy vehicles. According to the plan, from 2010 to 2012, the central government will give subsidies to users who buy new energy vehicles in these six cities, and require local governments to issue supporting policies. To promote the industrialization of electric vehicles and guide more enterprises to increase investment

on September 8th, 2010, the State Council of China reviewed and approved in principle the decision of the State Council on accelerating the cultivation and development of strategic emerging industries, determining new energy vehicles as one of the seven national strategic emerging industries. The "development plan for energy saving and new energy vehicles (Draft) (2011-2020)" led by the Ministry of industry and information technology has also begun to solicit opinions, which may be issued in 2011

the draft of the catalogue for the guidance of foreign investment industries issued by the national development and Reform Commission on April 1, 2011 changes the previous liberalization policy for auto parts - it clearly stipulates that foreign capital is encouraged to establish new energy vehicle joint ventures in China, but the foreign capital share ratio is not more than 50%. The key parts designated this time involve a wide range, including power batteries, cathode materials, isolation membranes, battery management systems, motor management systems, electronic control integration, drive motors, coupling drive systems, electric air conditioners, electric brakes, electric power steering, idle start and stop, etc. The introduction of this policy will greatly promote the development of electric vehicle parts in China

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