However, the rise of green conveyance, under the special structure of Taiwan's locomotive industry, is facing a setback and obstacle that is rare in the world. Under strong social pressure, the Executive Yuan not only stopped the plan of "banning the sale of fuel locomotives in 2035", but from 2020 onwards, traditional car manufacturers even called for "fuel level rights", requiring the government to give equal subsidies to electric vehicles and fuel vehicles. The huge momentum has made Taiwan the only country in the world that subsidizes fuel locomotives.
Opponents of electrification not only publicly color correction services submitted false information, claiming that "Taiwan is the only country in Asia that subsidizes electric scooters", but also claimed that "new fuel locomotives are as environmentally friendly as electric locomotives" without the premise of endorsement by evidence . stern refutation . Taiwan is still unfamiliar with the wave of green transportation and electrification of vehicles in the world. We have sorted out two types of questions about air pollution, battery manufacturing and recycling. In this article, we will first focus on the issue of air pollution and analyze it in detail. Pollutants emitted by fuel locomotives during driving.
In the next article, we will analyze the possible pollution caused by battery manufacturing, and also introduce the battery recycling industry that is gradually emerging around the world. Clarifying these issues will help us understand why the global market is fully pursuing the transformation and innovation of electrification. Question 1: There are so many sources of air pollution, why should we target fuel locomotives? Catch the small or not? Whenever opponents of electrification discuss the issue of air pollution caused by fuel vehicles, they often cite a chart prepared by the Central News Agency in December 2017, arguing that the proportion of locomotives is only 4.9%-5.5%, which shows that fuel locomotives should not be Become the policy target of air pollution control and carbon reduction.