Recently, the General Administration of Market Supervision (SAC) has focused on issuing a number of important national standards in the areas of public safety, green sustainability, and high and new technology, giving full play to the supporting role of standards in economic and social development. Among them, a number of standards are related to the battery new energy industry.
In the field of public safety, the newly revised national standard of "Post-collision Safety requirements for Electric vehicles" aims at the safety hidden danger that the power battery is installed at the rear of the vehicle, which leads to fire and explosion, increases the rear collision safety requirements and testing methods of the vehicle, modifies the applicable scope of the side collision, improves the protection requirements against electric shock, and helps to improve the safety technical level of electric vehicles in our country. We will effectively ensure the safety of consumers' lives and property.
In the field of green sustainability, two national standards, such as "echelon utilization of vehicle power battery", can guide enterprises to carry out echelon utilization of power battery, standardize the cascade utilization of product identification, and promote the maximum and efficient utilization of resources. avoid resource consumption, energy consumption and environmental load materials brought about by new battery manufacturing, and promote the healthy and sustainable development of new energy vehicle industry.
In the field of high and new technology, the national standard of "Automobile driving Automation Classification" comprehensively considers many dimensions such as dynamic driving task, minimum risk strategy and design operation range, and divides the automobile driving automation level into 0-5 levels. it is suggested that the driving tasks that automobile users should undertake under the corresponding level should be described more systematically and comprehensively, which is helpful to enhance consumers' understanding of self-driving technology. Improve the abuse and misuse of consumers and improve driving safety.
In addition, the General Administration of Market Supervision (Standard Commission) also issued the national standard "conductive vehicle chargers for electric vehicles", "Technical requirements for hybrid power supply for electric vehicles", "contact charging system on the top of electric buses-part 1: general requirements".