Sale of gasoline and diesel vehicles on Hainan Island, China will be banned in 2030

Wang Jing, director of the Hainan Provincial Department of Industry and Information Technology, said that in 2020, Hainan will continue to introduce clean energy for public vehicles such as company cars, buses and taxis. Since the beginning of this year, Hainan has promoted and implemented 12,420 new energy vehicles, of which 9,309 were individual users, 2.8 times the number of individual users in the same period last year. The province has 45,000 new energy vehicles, representing 3.1% of the total number of vehicles, about 1.5% higher than the national average.


Currently, Hainan Province has built a total of 775 charging stations, 10 replacement power stations and will build a total of 18,000 charging stations by 2030, including 8,790 public charging stations. At the same time, as part of the implementation of a differentiated policy of preferences for the management of vehicle traffic on new energy sources, the province has created more than 1,500 special parking spaces for vehicles on new energy sources, established green channels for registration of vehicles on new energy sources, and provided preferential fees for parking vehicles on new energy sources.


Hainan will showcase high-quality new energy vehicle retail innovation projects, international brand launches, user reviews, high-end competitions, and more, to create a "World New Energy Vehicle Research Center".


Wang Jing also presented Hainan's three-phase timeline around the "Hainan Clean Energy Vehicle Development Plan", Hainan will take on the overall goal of promoting clean energy for cars throughout China, and envisions banning the sale of gasoline and diesel vehicles on Hainan Island. China later.


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