SHANGHAI, Jan. 25 (SMM) -- China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) recently announced new policies for e-motor enterprises and managing new producer approvals needed to enter the sector. Enterprises which plan to enter this sector after January 14th are required to complete filing procedures in accordance with regulations for e-motor investment management, and then submit the application to the MIIT for approval. Only those approved enterprises can produce e-motors. In addition, current fuel-driven motor producers who plan to manufacture e-motors should have all necessary admittance conditions in line with the supplementary regulation of field test of e-motor production admittance conditions, and submit the application to the MIIT for approval.
SMM contacted domestic lead-acid battery producers concerning the new rules, and received mixed views. Some producers believe the Central Government will announce a series of new policies on the existing e-bike producers, in addition to the latest regulations on e-motors, and is a sign of greater control of the domestic e-bike sector. However, e-bike rules are different from those for e-motors, and the government will need to formulate two different standards for e-motor and e-bikes in order to standardize production for the two sectors. However, some other producers believe new rules are not needed since inefficient e-bike producers will be eliminated by the market.
In addition, battery-acid battery producers are hoping the government would formulate new e-bike rules as soon as possible, in order to ease uncertainty at producers and in the market.
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