Strategies for better popularization of new energy vehicles

Bei Liu


Presently, energy restrictions are tightening, automotive energy technologies are diversifying, and electric vehicle
development and popularity are the largest issues in Japan, the US, Europe, China, and other growing nations. Nonetheless, electric vehicles
have been introduced as clean technology since cars were fi rst utilized, but they have not been extensively applied for myriad reasons. By
2025, 12 countries and 25 areas will ban petrol vehicles which need individuals and nations must work together to grow electric vehicle
sales. Based on the foregoing, initiatives for better popularization of new energy vehicles will include electronic vehicle technological
advancement and national infrastructure with policy support.


Electric Vehicles (EV); battery; low carbon; Low-carbon development

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