The new energy automobile industry has risen to the height of my country’s national strategy, and it has become a consensus to rely on the development of new energy automobiles to realize the long-term dream of becoming a powerful country in automobiles. With the concerted efforts of all sectors of the industry, my country’s new energy automobile industry has developed rapidly in recent years and has achieved obvious results.
From the perspective of the scale of production and sales, my country’s new energy vehicles accounted for more than 50% of the global market; according to statistics from the Foresight Industry Research Institute, from January to November 2017, the production and sales of new energy vehicles were 639,000 and 609,000, respectively. Year-on-year growth of 49.7% and 51.4% respectively. It is conservatively estimated that the production and sales of new energy vehicles in China this year will reach about 700,000, and the number of new energy vehicles will exceed 1.7 million by 2017.
However, while seeing the achievements of the new energy automobile industry, we should also see the shortcomings in the development-from the perspective of the entire industry chain, my country’s new energy automobile industry has a huge front-end, mid-end and other aspects. Progress, but this does not conceal the actual situation of its back-end lag.
In the field of charging infrastructure, there are currently about 180,000 public charging piles in my country. With the number of private charging piles, the total vehicle pile ratio is about 4:1, which is far from meeting the normal charging needs of new energy vehicles. With the rapid development of the industry’s front-end and mid-end, the bottleneck restriction phenomenon of the back-end lag is becoming increasingly prominent.
According to the “Charging Pile Industry Outlook Forecast and Investment Analysis Report” released by the Prospective Industry Research Institute, although the number of charging piles is increasing rapidly, it cannot be ignored that the growth of new energy vehicles is still significantly higher than the growth of the number of charging piles. The scale means that the gap between the piles of cars is still expanding. Taking the statistics in 2015 and 2016 as an example, the number of public charging piles has increased by 100,000, but the number of new energy vehicles has increased by more than 170,000, which still has not reached a 1:1 synchronous growth. Added a gap of 70,000.
It can be seen that charging piles urgently need to keep up with the rhythm. The National Energy Administration issued the guidance document “Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Development Guide (2015-2020)” for the construction of charging infrastructure, and proposed the planning and construction goals of charging facilities by type and region from 2015 to 2020. Among them, it is emphasized that by 2020, there will be more than 12,000 centralized charging stations and more than 4.8 million distributed charging piles to meet the charging needs of 5 million new energy vehicles.
For the new energy vehicle industry to have a future, it must achieve the coordinated advancement of the entire industry chain, must achieve the coordinated advancement of public charging and private charging, must achieve the coordinated advancement of urban and suburban areas, and must achieve the coordinated advancement of charging technology and charging services. . Only by fulfilling these four musts will we not lose the trust of consumers on a large scale after the large-scale policy withdrawal in 2020, otherwise, we will completely lose the future!
Post time: Apr-15-2021