Liuzhou, December 12 (Liu Juncong) In China, for every ten domestic cars sold, six are new energy; In the European market, one out of every ten new energy vehicles comes from China.
The picture shows the scene of the high-end dialogue on the development of the new energy vehicle industry and the training of high-skilled talents. Photo by Liu Juncong
In recent years, the development of China's new energy vehicle industry has attracted global attention. On December 12, the high-end dialogue on the development of the new energy vehicle industry and the training of high-skilled talents was held in Liuzhou, Guangxi.
"With the comprehensive decline of subsidies for new energy vehicles, new car-making forces, cross-border forces, foreign capital and joint venture car companies, China's new energy vehicle market has entered a cruel stage of big waves and sands." Shi Jianhua, deputy secretary-general of the China Electric Vehicle 100 Association, said that the vehicle sales market is "a fairy fight", but there will be a lot of business opportunities in the aftermarket.
Shi Jianhua believes that the growth trend of new energy vehicles is optimistic, and the scale of the second-hand car market will also expand. In addition, a large number of jobs will be created in professional fields such as new energy vehicle maintenance, testing and evaluation, and scrap recycling. "The new energy vehicle industry chain is long, covering a wide range, and development opportunities and challenges coexist." He said.
Xu Shucai, a professor at Tsinghua University's School of Vehicles and Transportation, said that intelligent network technology will become a "new track" in the new energy vehicle market. "The R&D and production of intelligent networked vehicles is the result of cross-border integration of multiple industries. It needs the support of the car body, transportation facilities, and 5G Internet of Vehicles. He said.
At present, China's well-known new energy vehicle companies such as NIO, Nezha, and BYD have invested heavily in the field of intelligent network technology. Entering this "new blue ocean" first will effectively enhance the market competitiveness of car companies.
Xu Shucai introduced that due to the involvement of regulations and information security, the local attributes of intelligent networked vehicles are obvious. Suzhou Automobile Research Institute of Tsinghua University has actively participated in the establishment of China's intelligent network standards and regulations system and key technology standards for Internet of Vehicles, paving the way for the development of car companies in the field of intelligent network technology.
With the "hot" of the new energy vehicle industry, skilled talents in this field have also become "fragrant". On December 12, a new energy vehicle skills competition was held in Liuzhou, where nearly 5,<> enterprise employees, teachers and students from colleges and universities across China competed in new energy vehicle lightweight, electronic control system technology and other competitions to hone their own level.
Nowadays, the role of new energy vehicles in driving the education industry is obvious, more than 500 colleges and universities in China have opened new energy vehicle majors, and its broad employment prospects attract a large number of students to sign up, and attract overseas industry professionals to come for further study.
In May this year, seven teachers from four colleges and universities in Thailand came to Liuzhou Railway Vocational and Technical College to follow Chinese teachers to learn the practical operation of new energy vehicle maintenance technology. These maintenance techniques will be brought back to Thailand to meet the needs of Thailand's rapidly expanding new energy vehicle market.
Liuzhou Vocational and Technical College has signed a relevant agreement with SAIC-GM-Wuling to be responsible for the compilation of circuit manuals, machinery manuals and training manuals for its global models and Indonesian models, and has completed the preparation of relevant manuals for new energy vehicles such as the AirEV at the G20 Summit.
Countries around the world continue to increase their efforts to transform to the new energy vehicle industry. In 2022, the number of new energy vehicles in the world exceeded 61 million for the first time, a year-on-year increase of 6.<>%. The rapid development momentum of the new energy vehicle industry will cultivate a variety of new business formats. (ENDS)