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Fuel consumption limits on heavy-duty vehicles: a trigger of industry “shock”?

The Fuel Consumption Limits of Heavy-Duty Commercial Vehicles (Stage III, draft for comment) has been completed and submitted to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) for approval. The following reveals some important information before the official release of the draft.   Major aim: reduce fuel consumption Vehicle diesel

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Yutong new energy bus chosen as national intelligent manufacturing project

BEIJING – The Energy-Saving and New Energy Bus Modular and Flexible Intelligent Manufacturing Model Project of Yutong Bus Co., Ltd. was chosen as the 2015 national intelligent manufacturing project by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), reported cvworld.cn. Yutong Bus has sold over 10,000 energy-saving and new energy

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MOF issues notice on subsidizing local green projects

BEIJING – The Ministry of Finance (MOF) issued a notice on subsidizing local green projects on its website on March 4, including subsidy details on transportation energy-saving and emissions reduction projects, pilot projects of road trailer transportation, and scrapping and upgrading projects of old and used vehicles. Projects of transportation

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China announces a£¤6 billion subsidy on energy-saving vehicles

BEIJING – The Chinese government announced on May 16 a ¥6 billion ($952 million) subsidy on 1.6L and under energy-saving vehicles to promote their sales during the period of the 12th Five-Year Plan. Based on the calculation of ¥3,000 per vehicle, there will be two million energy-saving vehicles which will

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Roundup of the 2011 Global Energy Efficiency And New Automotive Industry Conference

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has finalized the Energy-Saving and New Energy Vehicle Industry Development Plan (2011-2020) (the Plan) and has submitted it to the State Council for final approval. The Plan, being anticipated to be released in the second half of this year, will clarify the

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