China to adopt electric-vehicles in Hainan to promote green tourism

Published on : Monday, April 16, 2018

HainanChina’s Hawaii, the resort island of Hainan is getting electric cars for the tourists and daily commuting. This is a great push by China to lead the world in electric-vehicle adoption.



China looks to phase out sales of fossil-fuel vehicles in the province to accelerate the use of alternative energy. The energy-saving cars adoption in Hainan province is also promotion the responsible and sustainable tourism.



It is noted that President Xi Jinping is planning to make Hainan as the alternative paradise in economy. With this, Chinese President announced to build the whole island of Hainan into a pilot free trade zone.



From Hainan, the new economy revenue generation from tourism and trade will be easier. China will control the number of vehicles in Hainan in “a scientific way,” in a bid to make the island a place with a “green lifestyle”.



The administration of President Xi Jinping is implementing the new-energy vehicle production quotas. It is targeting a seven-fold increase in NEV sales and considering a ban on gas guzzlers as China tries to clear the air in polluted cities like Beijing, Macau and Shanghai. The Chinese government also cut its dependence on imported oil.



According to the data, China has surpassed the United States in 2009 as the world’s largest automotive market and in 2015 as the biggest NEV market.



China is already establishing as the biggest electric-car market. China is accounted for more than half of worldwide sales last year.




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