1.less pollution and more environmental protection.
Pure electric vehicles
can achieve zero pollution during operation and completely do not emit harmful gases that pollute the atmosphere. Even if the power consumption is converted into the emission of the power plant, the pollution caused is less than that of the traditional fuel vehicles, because the energy conversion rate of the power plant is higher, and the centralized emission can be more convenient to install emission reduction and pollution control equipment.
2.lower voice,more comfortable
The noise and vibration level of motor in operation are much lower than that of traditional internal combustion engine. At idle speed and low speed, the comfort of electric vehicles
is much higher than that of traditional fuel vehicles. With the increase of speed, tire noise and wind noise become the main sources of noise, and they return to the same level. This feature of electric vehicle
will undoubtedly be of great help to improve the NVH performance of the vehicle.
The power consumption per 100 km of electric vehicles
is 15 to 20 kW / h. After taking into account the losses of power plants and motors, the energy consumption per 100 km is about 7 kg of standard coal. According to the fuel consumption of 10L per 100km, the energy consumption of traditional fuel vehicles is about 10kg standard coal. And in the urban congestion environment, the energy-saving advantages of electric vehicles
will be enlarged.
The federal and state governments of the United States have made concerted efforts to jointly optimize the development environment of new electric vehicle
industry. The federal government promotes the competitiveness of new electric vehicles
through individual income tax credit, R & D support and other policies; The state government focuses on the introduction of purchase and use policies and actively explores legislation to promote the development of new electric vehicle industry
The subsidy policy in the UK began in 2011, stipulating that British consumers can get a subsidy of up to £ 5000 for purchasing electric vehicles
with CO2 emission less than 75g / km, and are exempted from automobile fuel tax, automobile consumption tax, etc. The construction of public charging facilities proceeded steadily. In 2014, the British government announced that the subsidy policy would last until 2017, or the number of subsidies would reach 50000. Affected by this, the sales of new electric vehicles in the UK began to grow rapidly.