Evaluation of new energy vehicle technology investment under the development framework of chinese society

Ziao Zheng 1


It is expected that by 2018, the potential market capacity of China's car-sharing travel market is expected to reach 1.8 trillion yuan. With the continuous development of shared economy, shared travel is also a real impact, and even change the way people live and even values. A study published in September 2015 by McKinsey shows that in the United States, the millennial generation (referring to those who were born in the late 1980s) was 16 percent less likely to drive commuting than the previous generation. The proportion of private cars is 23% lower, and the frequency of public transport is three times that of them. In the Internet age, with the Internet about the car, short rental, sharing the popularity of cycling, people have gradually become accustomed to sharing the convenience brought about by the economy. Perhaps in the near future, "shared car" will share a bike, network bus and even aircraft train together, together constitute a new urban traffic system.


new energy vehicle; investment evaluation; China Development

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