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Yin Tongyue, representative of the National People’s Congress: Proposed to abolish the restriction of carrying forward positive points for new energy vehicles

Beijing News (Reporter Qin Shengnan) On May 19, the Beijing News reporter learned that the 13th National People’s Congress representative, Chery Automobile Co., Ltd. Party Secretary and Chairman Yin Tongyue this year’s national “two sessions” proposal proposed that the focus will be on new energy Automotive. Among them, for double point management, he suggested that the new “Parallel Vehicle Enterprise Average Fuel Consumption and New Energy Vehicle Points Parallel Management Measures” should remove the restrictions on the positive point carryover of new energy vehicles for passenger car companies.


It is reported that the “Administrative Measures for the Parallel Consumption of Average Fuel Consumption of Passenger Car Enterprises and New Energy Vehicle Points” stipulates that the positive points of new energy cannot be carried forward.<乘用车企业平均燃料消耗量与新能源汽车积分并行管理办法>In the Decision (Draft for Comments), it is proposed that passenger car companies can carry forward the positive points of new energy vehicles, but set the carry-over period to be no more than three years, and the carry-over limit is 50% for each carry-over . Yin Tongyue believes that the abolition of the conditional restrictions on the positive point carryover of new energy vehicles for passenger car companies will help to increase the enthusiasm of traditional car companies to develop the new energy vehicle industry.


At the same time, he believes that the country has not yet established a point management policy for commercial vehicles with large carbon emissions, and it is recommended to open up points for passenger cars and commercial vehicles, which is conducive to promoting the coordinated development of the automobile industry and improving the status of Chinese automobile companies. Striving for more benefits in cooperation creates conditions.

In terms of new energy vehicle parts, he suggested that the state should promote the project of extending the service life of high-value basic parts of new energy vehicles and put remanufacturing into a national strategic emerging industry. At the same time, he proposed the introduction of relevant policies to allow vehicle manufacturers to recycle low-endurance new energy vehicles, allow aluminum alloys and composite material bodies, and new energy three-electric systems to be included in the remanufacturing and recycling system.


Beijing News reporter Qin Shengnan

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