Who Does What in China's New Energy Vehicle?

Yingqi Liu, Ari Kokko

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    This paper provides an overview of the Chinese new energy vehicle industry and discusses the role of state in the industry’s development. Chinese policies have aimed to promote the development of new energy technologies and to reduce the consumer price of new energy vehicles. Chinese authorities have also been concerned about the balance between collaboration and competition in the sector, since most key actors are owned by the state. One solution has been the establishment of a number of industry alliances linking auto enterprises, universities and research institutes, to promote both collaboration (within each alliance) and competition (between alliances).
    This paper provides an overview of the Chinese new energy vehicle industry and discusses the role of state in the industry’s development. Chinese policies have aimed to promote the development of new energy technologies and to reduce the consumer price of new energy vehicles. Chinese authorities have also been concerned about the balance between collaboration and competition in the sector, since most key actors are owned by the state. One solution has been the establishment of a number of industry alliances linking auto enterprises, universities and research institutes, to promote both collaboration (within each alliance) and competition (between alliances).
    LanguageEnglish
    JournalEnergy Policy
    Volume57
    Pages21–29
    ISSN0301-4215
    DOIs
    StatePublished - Jun 2013

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      Liu, Yingqi ; Kokko, Ari. / Who Does What in China's New Energy Vehicle?. In: Energy Policy. 2013 ; Vol. 57. pp. 21–29
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