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Annual Report on the Big Data of New Energy Vehicle in China (2021) [electronic resource] / by Zhenpo Wang.
1st ed. 2023.
Singapore Springer Nature 2023
Singapore : Springer Nature Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2023.
1 online resource (XIV, 148 p. 211 illus., 209 illus. in color.)
This open access book, based on static indicators and dynamic big data from local electric vehicles, is the first New-Energy Vehicles (NEVs) research report on the Big Data in China. Using the real-time big data collected by China's National Monitoring and Management Platform for NEVs, this book delves into the main annual technological progress of NEVs, the vehicle operating characteristics, it also anticipates the trend of NEVs industry. Various graphs&charts, detailed data this book offers will familiarize readers with the operation characteristics and practical application of China's NEVs industry and popularize the concept of automobile electrification. Besides, this book also makes an objective evaluation of the current situation and technological improvement of China's NEVs industry, presenting sensible suggestions for the development of the industry. This book is written for government staff, researchers, college staff, and technical staff of automobile and spare parts enterprises, which serves as an important reference for the decision-making of government departments and strategic decisions of automotive companies.
Chapter 1 Overview
Chapter 2 Promotion and Application of New Energy Vehicles
Chapter 3 Technical Progress of New Energy Vehicles
Chapter 4 Operation of New Energy Vehicles
Chapter 5 Charging of New Energy Vehicles
Chapter 6 Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles (HFCEVs).
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