Investment and Forecast Report on China New Energy Vehicles Industry, 2014-2018
  • Report Name: Investment and Forecast Report on China New Energy Vehicles Industry, 2014-2018
  • Keywords: New Energy Vehicles industry,New Energy Vehicles market
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Chapter Ⅰ Summary of new energy vehicles
  1.1 The definition and classification of new energy vehicles
    1.1.1 The definition of new energy vehicles
    1.1.2 The five types of new energy vehicles
    1.1.3 The classification of new energy vehicle technology
  1.2 Summary of hybrid electric vehicles
    1.2.1 The definition of hybrid vehicles
    1.2.2 The classification of hybrid car
    1.2.3 History of the development of of hybrid vehicles
    1.2.4 The disadvantages of hybrid cars
  1.3 Overview of the pure electric car
    1.3.1 The definition of pure electric vehicles
    1.3.2 The structure of pure electric vehicles
    1.3.3 Instances of pure electric vehicles
    1.3.4 The advantages of pure electric vehicles
  1.4 Summary of fuel cell vehicles
    1.4.1 The definition of fuel cell vehicles
    1.4.2 Instances of fuel cell vehicles
    1.4.3 The advantages of fuel cell vehicles
    1.4.4 Fuel cell vehicle technology is developing rapidly
  1.5 Summary of solar vehicles
    1.5.1 Definition of solar vehicles
    1.5.2 The uses of solar energy in cars
    1.5.3 Instances of solar vehicles
    1.5.4 Disadvantages of solar vehicles
  1.6 Other new energy vehicles
    1.6.1 Natural Gas Vehicles and LPG vehicles
    1.6.2 Alcohols cars
    1.6.3 Air vehicles
    1.6.4 Vehicles fueled by vegetable oil
Chapter Ⅱ Analysis of the development environment of the new-energy vehicle
  2.1 The macroeconomic environment
    2.1.1 China's economic development in 2010
    2.1.2 China's economic development in 2011
    2.1.3 China's economic development in 2012
    2.1.4 Overview of China’s economy in  2013
  2.2 Current status of the development of China's auto industry
    2.2.1 Operation status of China's auto industry in 2010
    2.2.2 Operation status of China's auto industry in 2011
    2.2.3 Operation status of China's auto industry in 2012
    2.2.4 Operation status of China's auto industry in 2013
  2.3 Automotive industry is facing energy crisis
    2.3.1 The energy problem is the major challenge faced by the global automotive industry
    2.3.2 Energy issues affect long-term development of China's automobile industry
    2.3.3 Factors for huge energy consumptions of China's auto industry
    2.3.4 China adjusted the vehicle excise duty to address the energy crisis
  2.4 Automotive environmental issues
    2.4.1 China's auto emission pollution problem is grim
    2.4.2 Analysis of China's auto pollution situation
    2.4.3 Supervision and management of motor vehicle pollution
    2.4.4 Solutions of automotive environmental issues
  2.5 Opportunities for developping new energy vehicles in China
    2.5.1 New energy vehicles on China's auto industry is of great significance
    2.5.2 The energy and power technology changes bring great opportunities for China’s auto industry
    2.5.3 Developping new energy vehicles is necessary because of China's poor resources
    2.5.4 China has the “advantage of backwardness” of developping new energy vehicles
Chapter III The development of new energy vehicles
  3.1 Overview of the development of new energy vehicles in the world wide
    3.1.1 The world's new energy vehicles made significant breakthroughs
    3.1.2 Global technology tesearch for new energy vehicles
    3.1.3 Overview of new-energy automotive industry development in USA
    3.1.4 Japan's new-energy vehicle development strategy
    3.1.5 Italy's new-energy vehicle development
    3.1.6 Experiences from abroad for China’s developping new energy vehicles
  3.2 The development of new energy vehicles in China in 2010
    3.2.1 New energy vehicles had begun to enter the homes of ordinary people in China in 2010
    3.2.2 Chinese and foreign enterprises competed for the new-energy automobile market in 2010
    3.2.3 State-owned giants of new energy vehicles formed alliances in 2010
    3.2.4 The pattern of "three pillars" in China’s new-energy automotive industry in 2010
  3.3 Main events about the new-energy automotive industry in 2011
    3.3.1 A new-energy vehicle test drive center had been built in Shanghai in 2011
    3.3.2 Shenzhen Universiade put more than 2000 new energy vehicles in 2011
    3.3.3 The first new-energy electric car in Dongying Shandong came off the assembly line in 2011
    3.3.4 Qiqihar City began to build a new-energy vehicle manufacturing base,the largest one in China in 2011
    3.3.5 Foreign shares investing China’s new-energy auto parts would be curbed since 2011
  3.4 Analysis of the development of China’s new-energy automotive industry from 2012 to 2013
    3.4.1 Overall review of new-energy automotive industry in 2012
    3.4.2 Development route of new energy vehicles industry in 2012
    3.4.3 Analysis of new energy vehicle market manufacturers in 2012
    3.4.4 Sales condition of China’s new-energy vehicles in 2012
    3.4.5 Development situation of China’s new-energy vehicles in 2013
  3.5 Intellectual property of new-energy automotive
    3.5.1 Status quo of the intellectual property of China's new energy vehicles
    3.5.2 Status quo of the intellectual property of new-energy vehicle indsutry in the world
    3.5.3 Situation of the intellectual property of foreign new-energy vehicle enterprises
    3.5.4 Situation of the intellectual property of domestic enterprises of new energy vehicles
  3.6 Problems in the development of the new-energy vehicle industry
    3.6.1 Factors restraining the development of China's new-energy vehicle industry
    3.6.2 The bottleneck of China's new-energy vehicle industry
    3.6.3 New-energy vehicle price is too high
    3.6.4 Technology problems
  3.7 Development measures and strategies of China's new energy vehicles
    3.7.1 The recommendations about the State how to support the new-energy vehicle development
    3.7.2 Countermeasures of China how to fund the new-energy vehicle industry
    3.7.3 Technology rmeasures for China’s new-energy vehicle industry
    3.7.4 Strategic choices for China’s new-energy vehicle industry
Chapter IV Hybrid vehicles
  4.1 Analysis of the global hybrid market
    4.1.1 The hybrid vehicle development status in the world
    4.1.2 U.S. hybrid vehicle development status
    4.1.3 Analysis of Japanese hybrid car industry
    4.1.4 Preferential policies for hybrid vehicles in foreing countries
    4.1.5 Multinational companies are competing for the hybrid market
  4.2 The development of the China’s hybrid vehicle market
    4.2.1 Developping hybrid vehicles is most appropriate for China’s actual conditions
    4.2.2 Hybrid car in China is in the stage of development and maturity
    4.2.3 The State’s support policies shifted to hybrid vehicles
    4.2.4 China has entered the critical period of hybrid vehicle industrialization
  4.3 China’s hybrid vehicle technology research
    4.3.1 Finished hybrid automobile matching technology program
    4.3.2 Hybrid cars core technology and research challenges
    4.3.3 Control strategy of the hybrid electric vehicle
  4.4 Problems and strategies of the China’s hybrid vehicles
    4.4.1 High costs and prices
    4.4.2 Low level of technique
    4.4.3 Imperfect support policy on industry chain
    4.4.4 Development strategy of hybrid vehicles
  4.5 Prospects and trends of the hybrid vehicle
    4.5.1 Hybrid car is appropriate for long-term development
    4.5.2 Global hybrid vehicle market outlook 2020
    4.5.3 All new cars on road in Europe will be hybrid in 2025
    4.5.4 The future trends of hybrid vehicles
Chapter V Pure electric vehicles
  5.1 The development of the world pure electric vehicles
    5.1.1 World pure electric vehicles history
    5.1.2 Two stages of the development of the world pure electric vehicle companies
    5.1.3 Pure electric vehicle development in countries and regions
  5.2 The development of China’s pure electric vehicles
    5.2.1 History of the development of China’s pure electric vehicles
    5.2.2 China’s pure electric vehicles have the industrial base
    5.2.3 China's pure electric car industry grew by leaps and bounds
    5.2.4 China’s pure electric automobile industry are unfit for mass production in the short run
    5.2.5 Part of the technical conditions of pure electric cars have been endorsed by the national accreditation
    5.2.6 The state gives large subsidies to pure electric vehicle enterprises
  5.3 Technology developments of pure electric vehicle
    5.3.1 Ultra-fast charge technology
    5.3.2 Technology of battery and capacitor combination
    5.3.3 CTC tram battery and 360 degrees of concentrating solar battery car charging technology
    5.3.4 Electric wheel technology
  5.4 Bottleneck of the development of pure electric vehicles in China
    5.4.1 Technical disputes
    5.4.2 Running economy
    5.4.3 The basis of facilities and equipment
    5.4.4 Government policy support
  5.5 Problems and strategies of pure electric vehicle’s industralization
    5.5.1 The three channels to resolve the problem of high cost
    5.5.2 Developing green power will help to solve the pollution of the energy production processes
    5.5.3 Battery short-life and waste battery pollution problem would be solved due to technological progress
    5.5.4 The principle of win-win cooperation is required during the construction of charging facilities
Chapter VI Fuel cell vehicles (FCV )
  6.1 Overview of FCV development in the world
    6.1.1 Europe
    6.1.2 United States
    6.1.3 Japan
    6.1.4 Foreign policies to encourage fuel cell vehicles
  6.2 FCV development in China
    6.2.1 R&D of FCV in China started
    6.2.2 Self-driven innovation of China FCV develop quickly
    6.2.3 China FCV make significant progress
    6.2.4 China first FCV national standard is drawn
    6.2.5 China FCV commercial development has a long way to go
  6.3 Strategies and prospects for Chinese FCV development
    6.3.1 Proposals
    6.3.2 Prospects
    6.3.3 Fuel cell vehicles will achieve commercial operation after 2020
    6.3.4 Trends of fuel cell vehicles
Chapter VII other new energy vehicles
  7.1 Natural Gas Vehicle (NGV) and liquefied petroleum gas Vehicle (LPGV)
    7.1.1 Development of NGV and LPGV car is an inevitable trend
    7.1.2 Market factors of NGV and LPGV
    7.1.3 Development overview
    7.1.4 Problems and Countermeasures of NGV
    7.1.5 Proposals on LPGV
    7.1.6 Trend of China NGV development
  7.2 Methanol vehicle
    7.2.1 Reasons of foreign methanol vehicle development stagnation
    7.2.2 Advantages of China methanol automobile industry
    7.2.3 Domestic methanol automotive research progress and challenges
    7.2.4 Shanxi lead domestic methanol vehicle development
  7.3 Dimethyl ether vehicle
    7.3.1 Dimethyl ether vehicle R&D overview
    7.3.2 China will develop dimethyl ether bus
    7.3.3 Prospects for dimethyl ether vehicle development
  7.4 Solar car
    7.4.1 PV industry development laid the foundation for the solar car
    7.4.2 Solar car research history in the world
    7.4.3 Development of solar car
    7.4.4 Practical measures and prospects of China solar car industry
Chapter VIII New energy vehicle development of the major automobile manufacturers
  8.1 SAIC Motor Corporation Limited
    8.1.1 Company profile
    8.1.2 SAIC Motor new energy vehicle R&D reached domestic advanced level
    8.1.3 SAIC Motor build the new energy automobile group with whole industrial chain
    8.1.4 New energy vehicle development of SAIC Motor will grow faster
  8.2 China FAW Group Corporation
    8.2.1 Company profile
    8.2.2 Achievements of FAW Group’s new energy vehicle
    8.2.3 R&D of FAW Group’s new energy vehicles achieves leap-forward development
    8.2.4 FAW Group will invest 9.8 billion RMB to develop new energy vehicle in "12th Five-Year"
    8.2.5 FAW Group will fully promote the commercialization of new energy vehicle in "12th Five-Year"
  8.3 Chery Automobile Co., Ltd.
    8.3.1 Company Profile
    8.3.2 Overview of Chery new energy vehicle development
    8.3.3 Progresses Chery made in the field of new energy vehicle
    8.3.4 Advantages of Chery new energy vehicle development
    8.3.5 Strategies and prospects of Chery new energy vehicle development
  8.4 Chongqing Changan Automobile Co., Ltd.
    8.4.1 Company Profile
    8.4.2 New energy vehicle of Changan Auto reached the international advanced level
    8.4.3 Development strategy of New energy vehicle of Changan Auto made some progress
    8.4.4 Changan Auto will strive to promote the development of new energy vehicle
    8.4.5 Future development plan of new energy vehicle of Changan Auto
  8.5 BYD Automobile Co., Ltd.
    8.5.1 Company Profile
    8.5.2 BYD new energy automotive industry development status
    8.5.3 Operation of BYD new energy vehicle
    8.5.4 BYD accelerated new energy vehicles development
    8.5.5 BYD new energy vehicle strategy analysis
  8.6 Dongfeng Electric Vehicle Co., Ltd.
    8.6.1 Company Profile
    8.6.2 History of Dongfeng Electric Vehicle
    8.6.3 Achievements that Dongfeng Electric Vehicle makes
    8.6.4 Dongfeng new energy vehicle development strategy
    8.6.5 Dongfeng Electric Vehicle will invest 3 billion yuan in the next five years to develop new energy vehicle
Chapter IX Development of vehicle alternative fuels
  9.1 Direct coal liquefaction (CTL-CDD) and indirect coal liquefaction liquids (CTL-FTD)
    9.1.1 CTL-CDD
    9.1.2 CTL-FTD
    9.1.3 R&D of China CTL-CDD process
    9.1.4 R&D of China CTL-FTD technology
  9.2 Methanol
    9.2.1 Feasibility analysis on methanol as a vehicle fuel
    9.2.2 China methanol market status
    9.2.3 R&D of China methanol fuel
    9.2.4 Difference in price and practicality promote China methanol fuel demand
  9.3 Dimethyl ether (DME)
    9.3.1 Feasibility analysis on DME as a vehicle fuel
    9.3.2 China DME production is rapidly expanding
    9.3.3 China DME market development status
    9.3.4 Problems faced by DME development
  9.4 Biomass Fuel
    9.4.1 Overview of biomass fuels development
    9.4.2 R&D of fuel ethanol
    9.4.3 R&D of bio-diesel
    9.4.4 R&D of biomass synthetic fuels
Chapter Ⅹ Research and development of the technology of new energy vehicles' batteries
  10.1 Vehicle lithium battery
    10.1.1 Lithium battery is the ideal battery for new energy vehicles
    10.1.2 China's investment projects on new energy vehicles lithium batteries in 2011- 2013
    10.1.3 Technology of vehicle lithium battery needs further development
    10.1.4 Dynamic lithium-ion battery market will increase rapidly in the future
  10.2 Vehicle fuel cell
    10.2.1 Overview of fuel cell
    10.2.2 The development of the technology of China's vehicle fuel cell
    10.2.3 The cost problem which troubled the promotion of vehicles fuel cell
    10.2.4 Prospects for the development of vehicle fuel cell
  10.3 Vehicle nickel-hydrogen battery
    10.3.1 Nickel-hydrogen battery is the first choice for new energy vehicle in the near and medium term
    10.3.2 Research and development of vehicle nickel-hydrogen battery in the world
    10.3.3 Dynamic development of China's vehicle nickel-hydrogen battery
    10.3.4 Vehicle nickel-hydrogen battery is meeting development opportunity
Chapter Ⅺ Analysis of policy background of new energy vehicles in China
  11.1 New energy vehicle industry was encouraged
    11.1.1 New energy vehicles entered the catalog of encouraging industry
    11.1.2 The production and operations of new energy vehicles came under the management
    11.1.3 Not too many enterprises have the ability to obtain Zhunsheng Zheng
    11.1.4 Enterprises without manufacturing vehicle qualification are facing difficulties
  11.2 New energy vehicle industry entered a comprehensive policy support stage
    11.2.1 Government plans to implement subsidy policy for individual purchasing new energy vehicle
    11.2.2 Energy-saving and new energy vehicle promotion came to start
    11.2.3 Four ministries require to expedite the consumer market for private purchasing new energy vehicles
    11.2.4 China is increasing its efforts to support the new energy vehicles
  11.3 Policy trends of the new energy automotive industry
    11.3.1 Forthcoming of energy-saving and new energy vehicles industry plan (2011-2020)
    11.3.2 New energy vehicles planned investment will be up to one hundred billion in the next 10 years
    11.3.3 The new plan puts forward support measures to corresponding industrial multidimensionally
    11.3.4 Ministry of Science and Technology and the SASAC will also introduce new deal about new energy vehicles
  11.4 Analysis of the present situation of China's new energy vehicles standards
    11.4.1 Pure electric vehicle standard
    11.4.2 Hybrid electric vehicle standard
    11.4.3 Fuel cell electric vehicle standard
    11.4.4 Technical standard of infrastructure
Chapter Ⅻ Analysis of the prospect of new energy vehicles industry
  12.1 Development prospects and trends of the world's new energy vehicles industry
    12.1.1 Prospect of the world's new energy vehicles
    12.1.2 Forecast of the scale of world's new energy vehicles market
    12.1.3 Development trend of the world's new energy vehicles
    12.1.4 Development direction of the world's new energy vehicles
  12.2 The prospects and trends of the new energy vehicles industry in China
    12.2.1 Broad development space of China's new energy vehicles industry
    12.2.2 Prospect of China's new energy vehicles industry
    12.2.3 Opportunities and challenges of China's new energy vehicles industry
    12.2.4 The future development trend of China's new energy vehicles industry
  12.3 Development situation of China's new energy vehicles industry 2014-2018
    12.3.1 China will accelerate the development of new energy vehicles 2014-2018
    12.3.2 The "12th Five-Year Plan” will promote the layout of the new energy automotive industry to accelerate
    12.3.3 Development framework of China's new energy vehicle 2014-2018
    12.3.4 Both Chinese and foreign automobile enterprises will develop new energy vehicles 2014-2018
Appendix 1:Automobile industry restructuring and revitalization of planning (2009-2011)
Appendix 2:Management rules of new energy automobile production admittance
Appendix 3:New energy automobile production enterprises and the rules governing market access for their products
Appendix 4:Regulations of the Management of Subsidies for Energy Conservation and Demonstration of Alternative Energy Vehicles
Appendix 5:Energy Conservation Law of the People's Republic of China
Appendix 6:"Energy saving and New Energy Vehicle Industry Plan” Draft for Public Comment
Appendix 7:The 12th Five-Year Plan on national economic and social development of the People's Republic of China

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