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CCTP 5th Workshop:How to improve EVs safety with policy design?

The 5th workshop of the China Clean Transportation Partnership (CCTP) “How to improve the safety of electric vehicles using policy and regulation,” was successfully held in Beijing on January 21, 2019. The workshop was co-hosted by China Automotive Technology and Research Center, Beijing Office, a founding member partner of the CCTP. Twenty-eight experts and scholars from 18 organizations in the clean transportation sector joined the workshop and had a discussion on “The causes and responsibilities of electric vehicles safety problem as well as how to efficiently improve the safety of electric vehicles by using policy and regulation.”

The 5th CCTP workshop was held on January 21

Director of NEVs Battery Industry Research Lab of CATARC, Dr. Fang Kaizheng, made a first speech. In his speech, the phenomenon, features, factors, current control measures and further recommendation on electric cars safety incidents were included. CCTP Secretariat and Project Manager of Innovation Center for Energy and Transportation, Ms. Wang Wenwen shared the research results of consumers’ attitude towards safety issue of electric vehicles and some real stories of EV owners.

(Left: Dr. Fang Kaizheng, Director of NEVs Battery Industry Research Lab of CATARC; Right: Ms. Wang Wenwen, CCTP Secretariat and Project Manager of Innovation Center for Energy and Transportation)

The discussion session was led by Mr. Cai Guoqin, Deputy Chief Engineer of CATARC, Beijing Office. Prof. Lu Languang from State Key Laboratory of Automotive Safety and Energy gave a depth analysis from a technical perspective, on the safety issues regarding electric vehicles such as battery fire.

(Left: Cai Guoqin, Deputy Chief Engineer of CATARC, Beijing Office; Right: Prof. Lu Languang, State Key Laboratory of Automotive Safety and Energy)

Discussion participants include: Wang Zidong, Deputy Secretary General of the Power Battery Industry Innovation Alliance, Fang Jianhua,Partner and President of the New Energy Vehicle Venture Capital Sub-Fund of the National Fund for Technology Transfer and Commercialization, Huang Hao, Associate Researcher of Shanghai Fire Research Institute MEM, Wang Zhenpo, Secretary General of the National Big Data Alliance of New Energy Vehicles, deputy director of the National Engineering Laboratory and, Zhan Wenzhang, Professor of Beijing Institute of Technology Electric Vehicles, Former Head of the New Energy Vehicle Management Department of BAIC Group, Xiaohua Ding, Shanghai Electric Vehicle Public Data Collecting, Monitoring and Research Center, Mr. Xu Hongwei from Beijing Municipal Bureau of Economy and Information Technology, Mr. Liu Jian from Energy Research Institute National Development and Reform Commission, Zheng Jiatu, Executive Deputy Secretary-General of China Electric Vehicle Charging Technology and Industry Alliance as well as Representatives from NIO and other enterprises.

(Left: Wang Zidong, Deputy Secretary General of the Power Battery Industry Innovation Alliance, Former Director of the National 863 Electric Vehicle Major Special Power Battery Test Center; Right: Fang Jianhua, Partner and President of the New Energy Vehicle Venture Capital Sub-Fund of the National Fund for Technology Transfer and Commercialization. )

(Left: Huang Hao, Associate Researcherof Shanghai Fire Research Institute of MEM; Right: Wang Zhenpo, Secretary Generalof the National Big Data Alliance of New Energy Vehicles, Deputy Director of the National Engineering Laboratory )

Dr. An Feng, Executive Director of CCTP and Mr. Gong Huiming, Director of the Executive Committee of CCTP delivered opening and closing remarks respectively.

(Left: Dr. An Feng, Executive Director of CCTP,Founder and Executive Director of the Innovation Center for Energy and Transportation; Right: Mr. Gong Huiming, Director of Executive Committee of CCTP)


Participants from the below organizations:

Energy Foundation

Innovation Center for Energy and Transportation

China North Vehicle Research Institute

Shanghai Fire Research Institute of MEM

Beijing Institute of Technology, National Engineering Laboratory for Electric Vehicles and

National Big Data Alliance of New Energy Vehicles

Beijing Institute of Technology

National Big Data Alliance of New Energy Vehicles

State Key laboratory of Automotive Safety and Energy

China Automotive Technology and Research Center, Beijing Office

Shanghai Electric Vehicle Public Data Collection

Beijing Municipal Bureau of Economy and Information Technology

Energy Research Institute National Development and Reform Commission

China Electric Vehicle Charging Technology and Industry Alliance

Clean Air Asia

Beijing Motors New Energy

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NISSAN Group of China

NIO

Shanghai Zhuoxun Automobile Technology CO. LTD

Representatives of electric vehicle owners