At present, it is the general trend for the traditional fuel vehicles to be electric. Even countries such as Britain and Denmark in Europe have launched fuel vehicle prohibition tables, which have demonstrated their determination to transform their market to electric vehicles. And what kind of policies will be implemented in most areas of China? Wang Binggang, leader of the national new energy vehicle innovation project expert group, also expressed relevant views. On September 16, the second global new energy vehicle supply chain innovation conference, organized by China electric vehicle 100 people’s Congress, opened in Nanjing. It also said that in the next 15 years, China’s energy-saving vehicles and new energy vehicles will develop at the same time, and the automobile industry will realize a comprehensive electric drive transformation. By 2035, energy-saving vehicles and new energy vehicles will account for half respectively, and they do not advocate the statement of the no combustion schedule. < p > < p > China has a vast territory, complicated geography and roads, and diversified automobile technology and energy structure are more suitable for China’s national conditions, and it does not advocate the statement of no fuel schedule. < / P > < p > at the same time, the energy-saving vehicles should realize the hybrid and transform to hybrid power in the next 15 years. Let new energy vehicles and traditional vehicles have motors instead of the flameout schedule. In addition, the industry chain of energy-saving vehicles and new energy vehicles should be highly integrated. < p > < p > in terms of the development direction of batteries, Wang Binggang said that in the past, we considered the energy density as the consideration of batteries, and the diversity of power battery technologies in the future. However, compared with the annual sales volume of 25.769 million new energy vehicles, the share of new energy vehicles in China’s automobile market is still small, and there is still broad development space and prospects. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen