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If the charging problem can be solved, 73.5% of the respondents consider buying new energy vehicles

the development of new energy vehicles has received strong support from the state, which is a good choice for those who intend to buy a car. More and more people who can't get on the motor vehicle number also turn their eyes to new energy vehicles. However, many people are still struggling to buy new energy vehicles

a survey of 2006 respondents conducted by the social survey center of China Youth Daily recently showed that 73.5% of the respondents considered buying new energy vehicles. In terms of concerns about purchasing new energy vehicles, 64.3% of the respondents were most worried about the imperfect charging infrastructure, 54.9% of the respondents felt that driving in remote areas was inconvenient, and 52.5% of the respondents were worried about the insufficient battery life. 66.6% of the respondents hope that the charging problem of new energy vehicles can be solved, and 63.8% of the respondents hope to improve the infrastructure

73.5% of the respondents are considering buying new energy vehicles

Zhang Liang (a pseudonym), an accountant of a construction company in Shanghai, believes that buying new energy vehicles saves money and is environmentally friendly. Now national policies are more supportive, there are subsidies for buying vehicles, and the price is relatively affordable. New energy vehicles are the trend in the future, "if I buy a car in the future, I will choose to buy new energy vehicles"

Chang Jian (a pseudonym), an engineer of a new energy company in Urumqi, Xinjiang, has his own private car and is not considering buying new energy vehicles at this stage. "Compared with ordinary cars, new energy vehicles are environmentally friendly, but the charging facilities are not popular, the charging time is much longer than the refueling time, and the power and endurance time are not as long as traditional power vehicles." Chang Jian said that he had concerns about the performance and after-sales service of new energy vehicles

according to the survey, 73.5% of the respondents considered buying new energy vehicles by taking the environmental parameters and inputting them, 9.9% of the respondents did not consider it, 15.9% of the respondents said it was bad, and 0.8% of the respondents had bought new energy vehicles

respondents felt that the advantages of new energy vehicles were mainly low energy consumption (58.8%), environmental protection (52.1%) and low cost (40.0%), and other advantages were: excellent power (37.7%), low maintenance cost (32.7%), subsidies for car purchase (29.0%), unlimited number (26.4%) and relatively easy access to car license plates (25.5%)

linboqiang, Dean of the China Energy Policy Research Institute of Xiamen University, introduced that the current development trend of new energy vehicles in China is very good, and the development speed is particularly fast. "Compared with traditional cars, electric vehicles have many advantages. For example, there is no limit to the number of cars, and there are government subsidies. Compared with the oil price, the electricity price will be cheaper. Consumers who pay attention to environmental protection also tend to choose electric vehicles."

the survey shows that for the purchase of new energy vehicles, 64.3% of the respondents are most worried about the imperfect charging infrastructure, 54.9% of the respondents think it is inconvenient to drive in remote areas, 52.5% of the respondents are worried about the lack of battery life, 51.1% of the respondents are worried about the inability to travel a long distance, 27.4% of the respondents think it is inconvenient to repair, and 24.5% of the respondents think that the current technology is not very mature, 16.2% of the respondents were worried about rapid depreciation

Zhou Yafu, deputy director of the energy vehicle research and development center of Dalian University of technology as the world's leading third-party safety organization, pointed out that at present, plug-in and incremental electric vehicles should continue to improve their technology and gradually break through technical barriers; Pure electric vehicles are in the stage of industrial development, and there are still many problems to be solved in battery; Fuel cell electric vehicles are moving from the experimental stage to the scale demonstration stage, facing more problems

Lin Boqiang said that the main problems of new energy vehicles at present are batteries and charging. "In addition to considering the cost performance, the batteries of new energy vehicles also have to be safe. At present, consumers are not particularly satisfied with these two aspects. Electric vehicles mainly rely on batteries. If the batteries need to be replaced in a few years, consumers will be more worried and stressed. Many people also say that charging is not very convenient. I don't think this will be a big problem in the future. In the future, charging should be at home. Charging at night, driving during the day. Although It may not be full, but commuting should be enough. The office, parking lot and some public places will be equipped with charging piles "

Lin Boqiang also said that electric vehicles are subsidized according to the number, which results in a large output of electric vehicles. In fact, not so many people buy them. Overcapacity makes it difficult to make money. If not, many enterprises will have a hard time. If the government stops subsidies one day, many electric vehicle enterprises may go bankrupt. At present, there are too many electric vehicle manufacturers, and there may be fierce elimination in the process of development. In addition, if consumers are unwilling to choose electric vehicles or hesitate, it is not conducive to the development of electric vehicle enterprises

66.6% of the respondents hope that new energy vehicles can solve the problem of difficult charging

"people have been waiting for innovation in the charging of electric vehicles. The government limits the number of traditional vehicles, does not limit the number of electric vehicles, waves the number of traditional vehicles, does not wave the number of electric vehicles, and gives subsidies to electric vehicles, which are better measures to promote the development of electric vehicles." Lin Boqiang said to

Zhou Yafu introduced that China's Ministry of science and technology and local governments have made a lot of capital investment, and scientific researchers have made great efforts and achievements. The future development prospect of new energy vehicles will be the joint development of plug-in and incremental hybrid electric vehicles, pure electric vehicles, fuel cell electric vehicles and traditional fuel vehicles according to the user's needs. This process will continue for a long time

in the survey, 66.6% of the respondents hope to solve the problem of charging new energy vehicles, 63.8% of the respondents hope to improve the infrastructure, 56.5% of the respondents hope to extend the battery life, 51.3% of the respondents hope to extend the service life, and 31.6% of the respondents hope to continue to give subsidies to new energy vehicles

"mileage, charging time, purchase cost, service life, infrastructure electromagnetic clutch failure, service system and safety are all our concerns, and these problems exist at home and abroad." Zhou Yafu said that the overall level of domestic new energy vehicles is leading in the world, but the core technology, especially the key components and parts, is obviously backward, and some are blank. The core problem to be solved at present is not only the power battery, but also these key devices and components, such as proton exchange membrane, catalyst, high-power and efficient drive motor system, etc

"it is no good to rely on government subsidies for a long time. The government can subsidize 600000 or 700000 electric vehicles, and it is difficult for the government to subsidize 67million electric vehicles." Lin Boqiang pointed out that the current subsidy method of the government is calculated by number, which will make car companies pay more attention to quantity rather than quality. Some changes should be made in the design of subsidies in the future. "For example, the government gives a certain enterprise a subsidy of 2million electric vehicles. After the subsidy is used up, the enterprise must rely on its own ability to compete in the market. In this way, the enterprise knows that it must pay attention to quality"

Zhou Yafu believes that the government should do a good job in industrial guidance, public facilities construction and general scientific research investment, and enterprises should strengthen technology development, product research and development and commercial operation, especially in core technology, core devices and components

among the respondents, 33.7% were in first tier cities, 45.7% in second tier cities, 18.6% in third and fourth tier cities, and 2.0% in towns or villages

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