China Playing by New Set of EV Rules

By Ray Prince China has tightened the reins on automakers to accelerate electric car adoption by raising its production quotas, which will go into effect in 2019.
The latest rules call for automakers to obtain a new-energy vehicle score (NEV), expressed as a percentage of the production output of various low-emission vehicles relative to its total output. According to China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, “these vehicles would be classified as all-electric battery vehicles or plug-in hybrids.”
Starting in 2019, these zero or low-emission vehicles will have to comprise a minimum 10 percent of automaker output with a two percent increase to 12 percent

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