2010 Deep Research Report on China New                Energy VehiclesWith the increasingly harsh climate and environment, ...
Table of ContentsChapter 1 Definition and Classification of New Energy Vehicles 11.1 The definition of new energy vehicles...
3.1.13 Great Wall 803.1.14 Ankai buses 853.1.15 Yi Mao (under construction) 893.2 Main international vehicles manufacturer...
5.4.5 Research and development 1555.4.6 Investment background 1595.4.7 Investment advice 159Chapter 6 Investment opportuni...
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“2010 Deep Research Report on China New Energy Vehicles” is a professional and comprehensive study report on the new energy automotive. First, it will introduce the new classification and definition of energy vehicles, and the development status of various types of new energy vehicles.

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China new energy vehicles

  1. 1. 2010 Deep Research Report on China New Energy VehiclesWith the increasingly harsh climate and environment, words, such as environmentalprotection, low-carbon, energy-saving, emission-reduction and green, are graduallypenetrated into the daily life. Automobile, as the main source of city exhausts, hasgained particular concern in the issue of emission reduction. Therefore, new energyvehicles become extremely popular. For instance, electric bicycles, electric tricyclesand motorcycle, which can be seen everywhere in China, have gradually beenaccepted and popular. Thus, electric vehicles will soon become the energy-savingenvironmental automotive products. Besides the battery-powered, the fuel gas,hydrogen and other clean energy, all have the application case. However, there isstill a long way before the massive popularity. With the increasing attentions andsupports from the Government, big investments from investors and strong will of theemission reduction from the public, new energy vehicles have made rapiddevelopment. Up to March, 2010, the electric or gas passenger car, have been widelyapplied in the public transports. Automotive manufacturer, BYD has developed avariety of electric cars by means of its own technology in the battery field, and willsoon begin to sell new energy vehicles to individual consumers. There are manyindications shows that the new energy vehicles have gradually been the spotlight.The large-scale production will greatly reduce the production cost, thus making thenew energy vehicles become the highly popular product and occupy a larger portionin the automotive market.“2010 Deep Research Report on China New Energy Vehicles” is a professional andcomprehensive study report on the new energy automotive. First, it will introducethe new classification and definition of energy vehicles, and the development statusof various types of new energy vehicles. Then, it will provide a detailed descriptionon the new energy policy and state-sponsored development projects. After that,production, sales, technical characteristics and development trends of new energyvehicles in China and the world. And then, it will highlight the major new energyautomobile companies in the global and China, such as, production capacity ofenterprises, models, prices, costs, profits, margins and other parameters.Meanwhile, it will provide the development plans and research status of new energyautomobile manufacturers. Finally, it will give a detailed analysis on the developmentbackground, investment opportunity and risks of new energy automotive, thusproviding professional research conclusions and recommendations. Overall, thisstudy can make the clients well informed of real-time status and trends of newenergy automotive industry. The interpretations of policies and consumer surveyscan provide suggestions on the demands and trends of new energy automotiveindustry. This report will help the clients conduct the development plans and provideas a reference in the investment and decision making. It can not be completedwithout the supports and assistance from many first-line technical personnel andsenior experts in the relevant agencies and departments. Here we want to expressour gratitude.Original Source: New Energy Vehicle Market
  2. 2. Table of ContentsChapter 1 Definition and Classification of New Energy Vehicles 11.1 The definition of new energy vehicles 11.2 Category overview of new energy vehicles 21.2.1 Hybrid engine vehicles (HEV) 21.2.1.1 Introduction 21.2.1.2 Development status 21.2.2 Battery electric vehicles (BEV) 21.2.2.1 Introduction 21.2.2.2 Development status 21.2.3 Fuel cell engine vehicles (FCEV) 31.2.3.1 Introduction 31.2.3.2 Development status 31.2.4 Hydrogen engine vehicles 31.2.4.1 Introduction 31.2.4.2 Development status 31.2.5 Gas vehicles 41.2.5.1 Introduction 41.2.5.2 Development status 41.2.6 Alcohol or ether vehicles 41.2.6.1 Introduction 41.2.6.2 Development status 4Chapter 2 Development status and prospects of new energy vehicles 52.1 Background and development goals 52.1.1 Vehicles background in China 52.1.2 Vehicles situation analysis in China 62.2 Development goals of energy-saving and new energy vehicles 102.2.1 Development status of new energy vehicles 1112 2.2.2 Technical objectives 122.2.3 Energy-saving goals 132.2.4 New energy goals 142.3 New energy vehicles market in the world 152.3.1 Market situation of new energy vehicles in China 172.3.2 Future development trends and bottlenecks of new energy vehicles 182.3.3 Technology evolution of new energy vehicles in China 212.3.4 Investment recommendations 23Chapter 3 Major manufacturers for new energy vehicles 253.1 Main manufacturers for new energy vehicles in China 253.1.1 Chery 253.1.2 SAIC 293.1.3 Kinglong 343.1.4 Zotye 403.1.5 BYD 453.1.6 FAW 503.1.7 Chongqing Changan 553.1.8 Geely 603.1.9 Universal 643.1.10 Foton Auto 673.1.11 Dongfeng 723.1.12 Zhongtong buses 76
  3. 3. 3.1.13 Great Wall 803.1.14 Ankai buses 853.1.15 Yi Mao (under construction) 893.2 Main international vehicles manufacturers 913.2.1 Main manufacturers for new energy vehicles in the United States 913.2.1.1 General 933.2.1.2 Ford 943.2.2 Main manufacturers for new energy vehicles in Europe 973.2.2.1 Volkswagen 973.2.2.2 BMW 993.2.2.3 Daimler - Benz 1003.2.3 Main manufacturers for new energy vehicles in Japan 1023.2.3.1 Honda 1033.2.3.2 Toyota 106Chapter 4 Batteries analysis of new energy vehicles 1084.1 Investment analysis of Ni-MH battery 1094.1.1 Development overview 1094.1.2 Major manufacturers Analysis 1104.1.3 Prospects 1104.2 Investment Analysis on lithium battery 1114.2.1 Development status 1114.2.2 Industry chain analysis 1134.2.2.1 Manufacturers 1134.2.2.2 Cell materials 1154.2.2.3 Analysis of lithium carbonate industry 1164.2.2.4 Prospects of Lithium Carbonate Industry 1174.3 Investment analysis on vehicle battery 118Chapter 5 Product development and prospects of new energy vehicles 1235.1 Hybrid electric vehicles (HEV) 1235.1.1 Introduction 1235.1.2 Development status of international hybrid electric vehicles (HEV) 1275.1.3 Development status of domestic hybrid electric vehicles 1295.1.4 Prospects forecast 1295.1.5 Investment advice 1305.2 Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) 1315.2.1 Introduction 1315.2.2 Development status of international battery electric vehicles (BEV) 1315.2.3 Development status of domestic battery electric vehicles (BEV) 1335.2.4 Prospects forecast 1345.2.5 Investment background and advantages 1345.2.6 National Electric Vehicles (BEV) 135 long-term objectives5.3 Natural gas vehicles 1355.3.1 Development status of international natural gas vehicles 1355.3.2 Development status of domestic natural gas vehicles 1375.3.3 Prospects forecast 1485.3.4 Investment background 1515.4 DME Auto 1515.4.1 Introduction 1515.4.2 Policy 1525.4.3 Fuel production 1535.4.4 Fuel vehicle technologies 154
  4. 4. 5.4.5 Research and development 1555.4.6 Investment background 1595.4.7 Investment advice 159Chapter 6 Investment opportunities and risk analysis on the new energyvehicles 1606.1 Analysis of investment opportunities 1606.1.1 investment base and features in 2009 1606.1.2 Concern analysis of consumers 1616.2 Key points analysis on investment 1626.3 Technical line analysis 1646.3.1 PHEV technical Analysis 1646.4 Development trends of new energy vehicles in China 1716.5 Background analysis 1776.5.1 Development status 1776.5.2 Technical analysis of hybrid electric vehicles 1856.5.3 Energy-saving and economic analysis of hybrid electric vehicles 1876.5.4 Raw materials demand in the upstream 1906.6 Risk analysis 192Chapter 7 Research summary of new energy vehicles 193Appendix the relevant policies and analysis of new energy vehicles 194Industry policy of new energy vehicles 194Production access rules of new energy vehicles 194Financial subsidies 194Tax Policy 196Restructuring and rejuvenation program of Automotive industry 196Production access rules of new energy vehicles 198Interim measures for financial subsides in the energy saving and new energyvehicles demonstration and extension 203Browse all Energy and Power Market, China MarketBuy Now: Market Research

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