China’s e-mobility market is growing at a record pace


According to the statistics on sales of electric vehicles in China for the first half of the year, we can safely say that 2021 will eventually become a record year in terms of sales of electric vehicles. According to

China NEV sales data for July

As you can imagine, China is not only large metropolitan areas. A significant part of the population lives in the countryside. But the electrification of transport applies to them too. Moreover, this is happening precisely with the support of the state, through subsidies for the purchase of electric vehicles.

Here’s just one example. Quan Helong, a resident of Jinxi County in Jiangxi Province, bought a second #electric car, Xinhua said. Well, okay, you say, the state subsidizes the purchase, but where and for how much it will charge it.

China’s # Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs and the Ministry of Commerce are implementing a joint program to promote the use of electric vehicles in the countryside. This year, several advertising campaigns specifically for rural residents have passed through the country and by the end of the year. As you can imagine, this is not a gag from ministries, this is, in principle, impossible. This is part of a comprehensive state program for decarbonization of the transport industry. Local # governments are being rewarded by Beijing for initiatives to produce electric vehicles and other electrified vehicles, for improving conditions for its use and for promoting the construction of charging infrastructure in rural areas.

According to statistics from the China Automobile Manufacturers Association, according to

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Chinese villagers will soon become one of the main buyers of electric vehicles. This is facilitated by an increase in living standards, # government subsidies, and, of course, low electricity prices. Moreover, many Chinese are trying to provide themselves, including independent, their own renewable energy generation. This is confirmed by the growing demand for solar panels.