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Beijing completes emissions transformation of 8,800 diesel engine buses [2015-08-05]

BEIJING – Beijing completed emissions transformation of 8,800 diesel engine public transport buses in July, which will reduce 2,800 tons of NOx emissions per year, reported Beijing Times.

China to detail subsidy for new energy public buses by September [2015-07-14]

BEIJING – China will announce the operation subsidy details for new energy public buses by September, according to insiders of the Ministry of Transport (MOT), reported cvnews.

Beijing enforces State-V emissions standards for diesel engine trucks [2015-06-17]

BEIJING – China’s capital city Beijing began to enforce the State-V emissions standards for diesel engine heavy-duty trucks on June 1, 2015, according to a recent joint announcement of Beijing Environment Protection Bureau, Beijing Quality Technology Supervision Bureau, and the public Security Traffic Management Bureau of Beijing Municipal Bureau of Public Security.

China releases rules on new electric passenger vehicle makers [2015-06-08]

BEIJING – China released the Administrative Rules on New Pure Electric Passenger Vehicle Manufacturers on June 4, according to a statement posted on the website of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT).

China releases new energy public transport bus subsidy policy [2015-05-26]

BEIJING – The Ministry of Finance (MOF), Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) and Ministry of Transport (MOT) jointly released the Energy-Saving and New Energy Public Transport Bus Operation Subsidy Standards (2015-2019) (the Standards) on May 11 to further accelerate the promotion and application of new energy vehicles (NEVs), promote the energy-saving and emissions reduction and structural adjustment of the public transport bus industry, according to the MOF website.

Beijing to establish diesel engine vehicle database against fake eco-label [2015-05-20]

BEIJING – Beijing will build a database for non-local diesel engine heavy-duty trucks in the next one to two years to reinforce vehicle supervision, according to Li Kunsheng, director of Motor Vehicle Emission Management Department, Beijing Environmental Protection Bureau, reported National Business Daily.

China to supply State-V emissions standards-compliant diesel in 2017 [2015-05-19]

BEIJING – China will supply State-V emissions standards-compliant fuel and diesel to the whole country in January 2017, said Premier Li Keqiang at the recently held executive meeting of State Council on April 28, reported gov.

2014 passenger vehicle CAFC results published [2015-04-07]

BEIJING – The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) on March 31 published the results of passenger vehicle corporate average fuel consumption (CAFC) of 91 local passenger vehicle makers and 29 passenger vehicle importers in China in 2014.

China releases new "Catalogue for the Guidance of Foreign Investment Industries" [2015-04-07]

BEIJING – China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) jointly released the Catalogue for the Guidance of Foreign Investment Industries (Amended in 2015) on March 10.

MOF issues notice on subsidizing local green projects [2015-03-31]

BEIJING – The Ministry of Finance (MOF) issued a notice on subsidizing local green projects on its website on March 4, including subsidy details on transportation energy-saving and emissions reduction projects, pilot projects of road trailer transportation, and scrapping and upgrading projects of old and used vehicles.

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