The 4th workshop of the China Clean Transportation Partnership (CCTP) “How to lead the development of new energy logistic vehicles in a healthy way in the new era,” was successfully held in Beijing on October 16, 2018. The workshop was co-hosted by the Beijing Transport Institute, a founding member partner of the CCTP. Twenty-four experts and scholars from 17 organizations in the clean transportation sector joined the workshop to discuss commercial NEV subsidies, share experiences, and brainstorm pathways to further promote new energy logistic vehicles on the national and local levels.
The 3rd Belt and Road Green Development Forum was successfully held with theme of “Industry Cooperation · Green Innovation” in Beijing on September 26th,2018. The forum had a comprehensive communication and discussion on green cooperation between China and countries along the “Belt and Road” route and experiences on ecological civilization construction and low-carbon development.
The Energy Foundation China, iCET and the China Clean Transportation Partnership (CCTP) teamed up and organized a Zero-Emissions Mobility workshop in San Francisco on September 12. The workshop was held as a side event to the Global Climate Action Summit 2018.
third workshop of China Clean Transportation Partnership, with the theme of
“Comprehensive Management of Diesel Trucks and Development Opportunities of
Natural Gas Trucks”, was successfully held on the morning of July 9th.
In the afternoon of June 11, guided by National Energy Conservation Center, fifteen NGOs including Innovation Center for Energy and Transportation (iCET) and National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) held the theme seminar for National Energy Conservation Publicity Week in Tangla Beijing Hotel, Beijing. In the seminar, NGOs shared their energy conservation experience in industries, architectures and transportation sectors, spread energy conservation concepts, introduced measures and played an active role in promoting energy conservation to the public. As a leading NGO in transportation, iCET shared experience in EV consumers choices and promotion of vehicle green energy conservation policy.
iCET was invited to publish a paper in an issue dedicated to Disruptive Change in the Transport Sector at the Oxford Energy Journal. The issue, titled “Government policy and regulatory framework for passenger NEVs in China”, offers a structured view into China’s passenger vehicle electrification policy.
iCET held the launch meeting for the iCET "BestEV" Project (Phase II). Over twenty clean transportation experts, from the government agencies, private enterprises, media and research institutes, gathered to witness the launch of the "BestEV" Project (Phase II) and arouse stormy discussion on indicator adjustment and dissertation promotion of the project.
International Forum on Innovation and Development of Electric Vehicle was co-hosted by China Automotive Engineering Research Institute & Messe Munchen Electronica China with 42 fantastic speeches in Shanghai on March 13-14, 2018, over 500 participants from new energy vehicle and intelligent & connected automotive industry showed up.
On February 6th afternoon, China Clean Transportation Partnership (Hereinafter referred to as CCTP) Launch Ceremony was held in Beijing office of the Energy Foundation China. The following Steering Committee members: Chinese Academy of Engineering Academician Zhihuan Fu, Vehicle Emission Control Center of the Ministry of Environmental Protection Director Yan Ding, Director of Beijing Transport Institute Jifu Guo, Vice Standing Director of Society of Automotive Engineers of China Jinhua Zhang as well as members of Executive Committee attended the meeting.
Dr. Feng An, Executive Director of iCET, was invited by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) to attend the 2018 Future of Mobility Summit in Silicon Valley, US. As one of speakers, Dr. Feng An shared his ideas and insights in the track “ELECTRIC VEHICLES – Changing policy framework for EV adoption”.
China Automotive Testing Cycle (CATC) project was initiated by China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) and launched in 2015, and was lead developed by its auto research arm, China Automotive Technology Research Center (CATARC). On January 6, the CATC verification workshop was held in Tianjin. A total of 34 research institutes, including 2 testing institutes, 17 domestic independent auto companies, 7 joint ventures and 8 foreign auto companies participated in the CATC verification research work which was released at the event, and about 50 organizations attended the discussion that followed the presentation of research results.
The second Environmental Public Welfare Funding Ceremony -- “Towards Ecological Civilization & Respecting Environmental Protection Pioneers”—successfully ended in Beijing. Totally thirteen social organizations in China received funding for environmental protection projects. As an outstanding leading NGO in the field environmental protection, Innovation Center for Energy and Transportation (iCET) was awarded a grant of 500,000 yuan for environmental protection projects.
On December 20, 2017, experts and representatives from clean transportation sector gathered together for the first workshop of the China Clean Transport Partnership (CCTP) to discuss the potential and significance of energy saving and emission reduction of conventional vehicles against background NEVs development.
China Clean Transportation Partnership held the first Executive Committee Meeting at Energy Foundation Beijing office. As the secretariat, iCET organized the meeting.
China Clean Transportation Partnership (CCTP) is a non-official, non-profit and voluntary platform for communication, cooperation and insight delivery, which is co-established by organizations who wish to study and promote the innovative mechanism of China’s clean transportation. The first Executive Committee member are from Energy Foundation, iCET, CATS, VECC, Tsinghua University, SAE, CATARC, Beijing Transport Institute, Shanghai Electric Vehicle Public Data Collecting Monitoring and Research Center and Clean Air Asia, 11 organizations in total.
iCET was invited to present its work on NEV policy and promotion at 5th China New Energy Vehicle Development Summit, organized by lnnopen and held in Ningbo on November 2nd. Ms Emma Wang, iCET’s Clean Transportation Transformation Project Manage, also shared the 2017 BestEV analysis results.
iCET was invited to share its 2017 BestEV ranking analysis at the China Six-City NEV Consumer Seminar held in Shanghai Automobile City on October 30th. Participants included the Beijing Transport Institute, The International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT), The Climate Group, and Ipsos. Ms Emma Wang, iCET Clean Transportation Transformation Project Manager, further contributed to the panel discussion by sharing complementary work learnings and thoughts on potential areas for future collaboration.
On September 22nd, iCET and its BestEV coalition members held China's first transparent and credible crowed-sourced EV ranking release. About 50 experts, media representatives, researchers, as well as auto and EV supply chain companies, attended the release. The results of two years of intensive methodology design, stakeholder engagement, online platform formation, and marketing – look promising. As many as 2,000 completed surveys, covering 95 EV models, were analyzed.
On August 15th 2017, iCET released its 7th Green Car China Ranking report at the presence of over 10 media reports. The released was followed by our traditional expert panel discussion, which this year was themed How far can traditional fuel vehicle go". Among participants were Dr. Jiang Kejun, senior researcher of the Energy Research Institute (ERI) of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), Dr. Liu Zongwei, associate professor of Tsinghua Automotive Strategy Research Institute (TASRI), Mr. Ma Dong, program director of Vehicle Emissions Control Center of the MEP (MEP-VECC), Ms. Xin Yan, the Program Officer of Transportation Program, Energy Foundation China, Mr. Sun Hongbo, founder of Xiaoxiongyouhao, Mr. Wang Changqing, Manager of north China area at Star Charge, and Dr. An Feng, Founder and Executive Director of iCET.