Bowen Battery: New Energy Strategy of BYD Pure Electric Vehicle in the Future

At present, the pure electric vehicle technology is not mature enough, and there are many shortcomings such as low cost performance, imperfect infrastructure, large energy consumption, long charging time, which still restrict its popularization. According to the data of China Automobile Association, only 5889 new energy vehicles were sold in China in the first half of the year, including 5114 pure electric vehicles and 775 plug-in hybrid vehicles. Although the government has provided high subsidies, only a few pilot cities of electric vehicles have achieved the sales target of 1000 vehicles.
In view of consumption habits, BYD has adopted a "dual drive strategy": develop energy-saving power technology at both the traditional fuel vehicles and new energy vehicles; In the field of new energy vehicles, the personal market promotes the dual mode dual engine hybrid mode of motor plus gasoline engine oil and electricity, and the public transport market promotes the pure electric vehicle.
"I think it is only a matter of time before electric vehicles go to private cars, so there is a dual-mode in the middle. When the battery price gradually decreases, I believe that one day there will be an inflection point, and electric vehicles will be used in a large scale." In Wang Chuanfu's opinion, the support of various national policies and the support of all parties, as well as the popularity of electric vehicles brought by Tesla in the United States, are all good. It is not far from the popularization of private electric vehicles. He revealed that BYD will launch a technically innovative pure electric supercar e9 next year, similar to Tesla's products, focusing on private high-end users.
BYD's new energy strategy is intended to promote its electric vehicle industry and obtain comprehensive benefits from the industry portfolio. To open up the electric vehicle market, we need to solve the problem of user charging first. BYD hopes to build a complete industrial chain to solve this problem. BYD's new energy strategy is to use solar panels to transfer energy to iron battery energy storage power stations, which then charge electric vehicles. BYD's three new industries are interrelated and can produce economies of scope.
"I believe that the popularization of bus electrification and taxi electrification in recent years will lay a certain foundation for the construction of the charging network in the future. With a good charging network, private cars can change from dual mode to single mode. This is the time for the popularization of electric vehicles." Wang Chuanfu said.