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Electro-Mobility and Climate Protection in China


Daniel Bongardt

on 24 February 2016

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Transcript of Electro-Mobility and Climate Protection in China

Well-to-Wheel Analysis Electric Vehicles
Climate and Environmental Impact Assessment
published in cooperation with Tsinghua University

Comparing energy requirements, greenhouse gas and air pollutant emissions of internal combustion engine vehicles and new energy vehicles for 2030 timeframe

First time comprehensive consideration of the vehicle cycle

E-mobility has a positive impact on climate protection depending on share of renewable energy sources in energy production
Further research:

1) Analysis of immissions to establish actual location
of and exposure to ambient air pollutants
(e.g. to analyse health effects of EV promotion)

2) Development of policy recommendations and
scenarios based on an analysis of light duty
passenger vehicle segments (e.g. E-Bus, E-Taxi, EV)

3) Climate and Environmental Impact Assessment
for 2050 timeframe
Complementary Policy Instruments
Present Fleet
ø 7.2 l/100km
Fleet 2020
ø 5 l/100km
Integration of electric vehicles into vehicle efficiency standards
Vehicle Efficiency Technology
Comparison of Vehicle Efficiency standards
Implementation Agreement between BMU and MIIT

International Comparison of Fuel Economy Standards: special focus is the integration of electric vehicles as well as management and enforcement procedures.

Technology Catalogues: evaluating energy-efficiency potentials and associated costs of technology packages to assess the feasibility of fuel economy targets.

Complementary Policy Instruments: analysis and assessment of promotion policies for electric vehicles as part of the International Expert Panel of EV100
Case Study Environmental Impact in Beijing
Integration of Renewable Energy Sources
Upstream Emissions
Well-to-Wheel Analysis Internal Combustion Engine Vehicle
in Use Phase
Chinese Delegation in Germany for battery recycling study tour and working group meeting in Berlin

Feasibility study on battery recycling finalised
Recommendations are already being incorporated in the regulatory framework in China

Battery recycling pilot facilities will be discussed in December
Implementation of Pilot Measures
2nd life application
Smart Grid
Guidelines for EV-Ready Cities
Supportive Urban Transport Policies
Sino-German Electric Vehicle
Charging Project
Environmental Impact Assessment of Electric Vehicles
Cooperation with Beijing
MoU with Beijing Municipality in preparation

Focus of MoU: pilot projects in all project components
Battery recycling
Charging Infrastructure (SGEVCP)
Integration of renewable energy sources in grid mix

Guidelines for EV-Ready cities in the field of COMPASS finalised
Trainings will be derived from guidelines for selected pilot cities

Spin-off activities after Chinese delegation on carsharing best practices in Germany and the Netherlands
Policy study “Feasibility of Carsharing Concepts in China: Analysis of the Political and Legal Framework” from Ministry of Transport think tank
First pilot projects on carsharing in China (Yantai, Shandong Province)

Publication of GIZ Working Paper on Carsharing in China in Chinese and English

Cooperation on E-carsharing with Ministry of Science and Technology and related institutes
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