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Electro-Mobility & Alternative Fuels

Electro-mobility is an important key to decarbonize transport. In particular, battery electric propulsion offers the potential to effectively mitigate emissions in road transport. Nevertheless, to decarbonize maritime shipping, inland waterway transport and aviation, different approaches are needed. Green hydrogen from renewable energy sources, power fuels (e.g. Power-to-Liquid (PtL)) and innovative solutions such as catenary truck systems are viable options to effectively mitigate carbon emissions and make transport more sustainable.

Facts & Figures

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million electric cars were driving on China's roads at the end of 2020
China had
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charging stations at the end of 2019
In July 2020, China has about
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hydrogenation stations
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tons of cargo were carried on Chinese inland waterways in 2018

News & Articles

Project kick-off NDC Transport Initiative for Asia –China is key to decarbonize transport in the race towards net-zero emissions

On April 13th, representatives from the Ministry of Ecology and Environment of the People’s Republic of China (MEE), the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), Guangdong Province, as well as various international and domestic technical implementation agencies jointly kicked off the China component of the project “Nationally Determined Contributions – Transport Initiative for Asia (NDC-TIA)”.

2020 EB-PAC National New Energy Bus Performance Evaluation Competition

The transport sector in China needs to start outlining intermediate efforts to play its role in reaching the recently set long-term target: carbon neutrality by 2060 as announced by China’s President Xi Jinping on Tuesday, September 22, 2020 during his speech at the General Debate

Kick-off Workshop – Study on the Promotion and Application of New Energy Vehicles (NEVs) in the Field of Urban Logistics Distribution

In recent years, freight volume in China has been increasing on average by almost 15 percent annually. The total freight volume in 2019 was 47 billion tons and increased nearly 9 fold compared to 5.3 billion tons in 1990. In particular, growing e-commerce activities and food and parcel deliveries have entailed a massive increase of delivery trips and hence transport volumes. The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has even further accelerated this development.