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Britain seeks to transform to the era of electric vehicles

in recent years, international automobile manufacturers have targeted the British electric vehicle market, and the Coventry ansty factory, a London Taxi Company under Geely commercial vehicle group, was officially completed in March this year. The picture shows local workers checking an electric taxi in the workshop

the British government recently announced that it would completely ban the sale of gasoline and diesel vehicles from 2040. At that time, only new energy and environmental protection vehicles such as electric vehicles will be allowed on the market. Michael Gove, the UK environment secretary, said the action was taken to control road traffic pollution. However, the analysis believes that the UK still faces many challenges in comprehensively turning to electric vehicles, and the specific policies need to be steadily promoted

the UK Department of environment, food and Rural Affairs recently released a plan to solve road traffic pollution, which shows that the UK government will ensure that there will be no gasoline and diesel vehicles on the road in 2050, which means that the government will not allow gasoline and diesel vehicles to be sold from 2040. This policy was introduced because the British Supreme Court held that the previous air pollution control plan of the British government did not meet the EU environmental protection standards, so it asked the government to come up with a "comprehensive treatment plan"

it plans to invest about 3billion pounds to solve road traffic pollution

air pollution is prone to cancer, asthma, stroke, heart disease and other health problems. A study published by the Royal College of internal medicine in London last year showed that about 40000 people die from outdoor air pollution in the UK every year

"we can no longer use diesel and gasoline vehicles. Gasoline and diesel engines will cause health problems, accelerate climate change, damage the earth's environment, and are not conducive to the growth of the next generation. We have no choice but to absorb new technologies. We must take action that the temperature of the tank wall is 2 ~ 3 ℃ different from that of the flow field near the tank wall (depending on the structure and material of the tank wall). The greater the difference between the experimental temperature and the external atmospheric environment." Michael gove told the media

in order to improve air quality for a long time, the British government is determined to ban the sale of diesel and gasoline vehicles from 2040, following the recent high-level setting of the central economic work conference, the participation of a large number of powerful capital in land circulation, and the top entrepreneurs' race to lag behind in the new agriculture to see China, Norway and other European countries. To this end, the British government plans to invest about 3billion pounds to solve road traffic pollution and support green travel. This plan mainly supports the development of electric vehicles. Of which £ 1billion is used to support the use of ultra-low emission vehicles, including the construction of infrastructure such as charging piles; £ 1.2 billion to support cycling and walking; 290million pounds for refitting buses and plug-in taxis; £ 100million for the reconstruction of national roads

the plan encourages business and academia to apply to the UK government for projects to develop electric vehicle batteries

the plan also requires local governments to introduce specific measures to improve the air quality in heavily polluted areas by improving road layout, levying pollution taxes and other means

the trend of electric vehicles replacing gasoline, diesel and oil vehicles has emerged

under the background of the rapid development of electric vehicles and related technologies, the trend of electric vehicles replacing gasoline, diesel and oil vehicles has emerged in both Britain and other countries around the world. According to the June sales data released by the British automobile manufacturers and dealers association, new energy vehicles in the UK account for only 4.4% of vehicle sales, and there is a huge market space in the future

according to the analysis, limiting diesel vehicles is the overall action of the European Union at present. The EU has shown great determination to implement zero emissions this year, and the market is expected that EU car companies will abandon the diesel car market. Even after brexit, Britain must pay attention to the European market. Only by integrating with the EU in environmental protection standards can it maintain its competitiveness

some automobile manufacturers and energy enterprises that occupy an important position in the UK market are ready for this. BMW recently announced that it will start producing pure electric mini cars at its Oxford plant in 2019. In July this year, Volvo became the first manufacturer in the world to announce that it will only launch electric or hybrid vehicles from 2019. Charging master, a British charging service provider, operates 5600 charging stations. The company said it would add 250 fast charging stations in the UK this year

according to the analysis, electric vehicles will be the development trend in the future. By 2040, the number of electric vehicles in Britain is expected to account for 80%

the current road traffic pollution control policy in Britain is conducive to promoting the development of the electric vehicle industry. In May this year, the British government submitted a draft to expand the construction of clean air areas. Experts in the British government believed that increasing the number of clean air areas from the current 6 to 27 would be equivalent to creating a value of more than 1billion pounds. In terms of reducing nitrogen dioxide emissions, the measures to set up clean areas were more efficient than scrapped diesel vehicles. If the government's pollution control plan promotes more cities and towns to build clean air areas, electric vehicles have more advantages than traditional cars

promote the traditional automobile industry to further accelerate the transformation

despite the strong support of the government, the popularization of electric vehicles still faces challenges in terms of investment, technology, market and so on. The popularization of electric vehicles requires the synchronous development of infrastructure construction such as charging piles. At present, there are about 11000 electric vehicle charging stations in the UK, which is far from meeting the needs of the transformation to electric vehicles

in addition, at present, the battery life of most electric vehicles is limited, and the battery production technology still needs to be improved. The average service life of a Japanese electric vehicle battery is 5 years. Replacing the battery after reducing the tedious time of installation is an unfavorable factor in promoting electric vehicles to consumers

at present, gasoline and diesel vehicles are still the mainstream of British residents' car consumption, and people's acceptance of electric vehicles, fuel cell vehicles and plug-in hybrid vehicles needs to be improved

automobile manufacturing is one of the pillar industries in Britain. The development of electric vehicles will bring impact and challenges to the traditional automobile industry. Mike Hawass, trade director of the British Association of automobile manufacturers and dealers, said that if not given enough time to make adjustments, the plan would damage the traditional British Automobile Industry and threaten 800000 jobs. Hawass believes that the government should adopt incentives to avoid harm to the traditional automobile industry, and specific policies need to be steadily promoted

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