On March 7, 2014, the China-Europe Electric Vehicle and […]
On March 7, 2014, the China-Europe Electric Vehicle and Power Battery Safety Evaluation Seminar was held in Beijing. The seminar was part of the China-EU World Trade Project (EUCTP), which was organized by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the European Union Enterprise and Industry Directorate. China Automotive Technology and Research Center took the lead. Mr. Qian Minghua, Director of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China, Ms. Chen Chunmei, and Mr. Philippe Jean, Director General of the European Union Enterprise and Industry, attended the meeting. The meeting was hosted by Dr. Meng Xiangfeng from the China Automotive Technology and Research Center. Qian Minghua and Philippe Jean made an opening speech on behalf of China and the EU respectively. They all said that the fuel consumption, the environment and the work related to the 98 Agreement are three aspects that China and the EU need to discuss in detail, and hope to review and summarize the previous stage through the seminar. Cooperate, enhance mutual understanding and conduct more comprehensive and in-depth cooperation on this basis. At the conference report, Charles Barker from Johnson Controls Power Solutions, Liu Guibin from China Automotive Technology and Research Center, Karim Kortlander from EUROBAT, and Professor Wang Zhenpo from the National Laboratory of Electric Vehicles of Beijing Institute of Technology respectively conducted joint test research between Italy and the Netherlands. The central work, the research on the safety standards of electric vehicles, the comparative study of GB/T 18384 and ECE R100.02, and the comparative study of battery safety and test standards such as QC/T 743-2013 are described in detail. After the participants answered the meeting report, Qian Minghua and Philippe let the concluding remarks. They thanked the participating experts for their contributions and the meeting was successfully concluded.