Traffic Problem and Pollution Issues in Shenzhen

Shenzhen is a major city in the south of Southern China's Guangdong Province, situated immediately north of Hong Kong. The area became China's first—and one of the most successful—Special Economic Zones (SEZs).
In February 2012, the total number of vehicles in Shenzhen city exceeded two million, ranking second in China. The emission from these vehicles has a bad effect on the air quality, including PM2.5 increases.

In 2011, the total fuel consumption of Shenzhen city buses and taxis was close to 541,000 tons. The CO2 emissions were near 1.77 million tons, which will take 100 standard football fields of forests about 70 years to absorb.

City Bus and Taxi Population in Shenzhen

The total number of city buses and taxis in 2011 were 13,500 and 14,340. By the end of 2011 there will be 2,000 New Energy buses and 300 New Energy taxis.

Pilot Project in Shenzhen

Operation Data for Pilot Project

e6: By end of April 2012, the accumulative driving distance of the e6 taxies exceeded 16.57 million kilometers (10.29 million miles), while the mileage for individual vehicles had reached 200,000 kilometers (124,200 miles), equivalent to the distance that one private car runs for 10 years . eBUS: The accumulative driving distance of the eBUS-12 was over 5.68 million kilometers (3.53 million miles) by the end of April 2012, while the individual bus mileage reached 50,000 kilometers (31,000 miles).

Economic Benefits - Price Difference

Environmental Benefits-CO2 Emission Eliminated

Highlights of BYD EV in Public Transportation

Core Technology for BYD EV - Fe Battery

Safety and quality of BYD Fe battery guaranteed Stability and safety assured
High energy density
Over 4000 cycles
Raw materials supply guaranteed
No pollution and emission during the production
Waste batteries can be recycled
Over 17 years of battery research and production experience
Production volume of over 2.2 billion.
BYD is the strategic supplier to world's top brands like Nokia, Apple, Samsung etc.
Advanced automated production lines.

Charging System for Shenzhen

Quick Charge 100kW
eBUS-12 3 hours fully charged
e6 20 minutes 50% charged, 40 minutes fully charged!

At present in Shenzhen the charging system is a traditional DC charging system, while BYD will promote the new AC charging system for both e6 and eBUS-12 in time.
Independent of charging stations. The charging pole is much smaller and lighter, and more convenient to transport than a charging cabinet. No need for professional staff to manage the charging stations. Suitable for various places; easy to operate.

Incentives for EV & HEV in China

Future Plans of Shenzhen Government