2010-07-09

China Revs Up Green Car Industry with Fresh Subsidies

Sixteen Chinese car firms, including high-profile plug-in electric hybrid manufacturer BYD, were approved for generous new subsidies as part of a government programme designed to drive adoption of greener vehicles. An announcement on the website of the Chinese gover.. more
2010-07-05

China Steps Up Wind Power

China's wind power generation capacity is expected to grow 36 percent year on year by the end of this year, ranking it No. 2 in the world, Zhang Guobao, vice minister of the National Development and Reform Commission, told an Expo forum in Nanjing yesterday... more
2010-06-01

FAW Besturn Hydrogen Fuel-cell Vehicle Appears in Expo 2010 Shanghai China

As one of the important research findings of the "863 Program", and due to its zero emmission preformance and excellent product quality, FAW Besturn hydrogen fuel-cell car is selected as the official car serving for the Expo 2010 Shanghai China which will be.. more
2010-05-27

BYD E6 Electric Taxi Fleet Takes to the Roads in China

Just a few days ago, BYD launched 40 E6 taxis in the Chinese city of Shenzhen. These vehicles are believed to be the first electric taxis to take to the roads in China. They may just be some lowly taxis, but it's a start towards reducing emissions countrywid.. more
2010-05-19

China: BYD to Sell Electric Car F3DM

The F3DM is a range extended electric vehicle, meaning it has a completely electric drivetrain and a gasoline engine is only incorporated as a generator to charge the battery.  BYD claims their Dual Mode is different from a range extended electric vehicle because.. more
2010-05-17

June 11th ~ June 13th, 2010:China International Smart Grid Summit & Exhibition 2010(CSGS 2010)

China International Smart Grid Summit & Exhibition 2010(CSGS 2010) will be held in Shanghai Everbright Convention & Exhibition Center, from June 11th to June 13th, 2010.   Exhibition Name: ChinaInternationa.. more
2010-05-17

BYD Hopes to Spark Sales of Electric Car

Chinese carmaker BYD Co kicked off retail sales of its electric-hybrid vehicle, but is banking on the possibility a proposed government subsidy will spark sales of the vehicle in China. The Warren Buffett-backed company launched the new model, the F3DM, at its.. more

 

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