Update news electric vehicles
Facilitating the transition to electrified vehicles in VN, State management bodies must put forth preferential policies, development strategies and initiatives to encourage adoption by users, according to experts.
The Ministry of Transport (MoT) and the United National Development Programme (UNDP) and the Japanese Embassy in Vietnam jointly held a conference in Hanoi on November 10 to discuss ways to accelerate the transition to electric vehicles.
Buyers of electric vehicles (EVs) could receive an incentive totalling 1,000 USD per purchase.
The Ministry of Transport has just submitted its proposal to Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha on incentives for electrical vehicle (EV) producers and users.
Wuling HongGuang MiniEV has reaped fruit in the Chinese automobile market thanks to low prices, but this doesn’t mean it will succeed in Vietnam.
The newest electric vehicle manufacturer in Vietnam, with technology transferred from Germany, will set up a factory in Thai Binh that will make small-size city vehicles.
Changes in consumer habits have caused demand for electric motorbikes to increase rapidly in recent years, especially in Hanoi and HCM City.
Vietnam needs to design reasonable policies to encourage people to stop using internal combustion engine vehicles and shift to hybrids. And this needs to be done immediately.
Under a roadmap approved by the government in Decision 876, 100 percent of transport vehicles such as cars and motorbikes will have to shift to electricity and green power by 2050.
The participation of giants is leading the push for electric taxis in Vietnam which would reshape the taxi landscape towards more green transportation but the fares remain a decisive factor.
The Vietnamese government has encouraged manufacturing of electric vehicles under the green energy development plan, but standards for electric vehicles are unavailable.
Electric vehicles and concept cars were a notable trend at the Viet Nam Motor Show 2022, showing that Viet Nam was increasingly catching up with new world trends.
PM Pham Minh Chinh wants Vietnam to attract major investors from all over the world to develop the electric vehicle industry, according to an official document issued recently by the Government’s Office.