How Shenzhen Became The First Electric City

添加 2021年04月28日
Shenzhen: A City Miles Ahead In Electrification.
Shenzhen is a major city in Guangdong Province, China, which forms part of the Pearl River Delta megalopolis north of Hong Kong. This city had a very unique quality compared to other cities. Shenzhen carries the heartbeat of the future with world-class innovations in electrification. This is the first city in the world to convert almost all its bus and taxi to Electric. it deployed over
60,000 light trucks and vans for urban freight movement. The commitment to convert is simply astounding with incredibly well thought out infrastructure and facilities to support the switch to Electric. Today, Shenzhen has a mix of electric taxis, electric buses, electric bikes and
scooters, and even electric dump trucks. After this change took place Elliot finds that not only is the air cleaner, but people are happier and the services are significantly improved. The cities innovative practice has influenced global municipal leaders to replace their city’s fleet with electrified e-buses, Taxis, and delivery vehicles. This desire, however, comes with many hurdles.


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  • Are you a public relations representative for the Shenzhen trade office? How about talking a bit about the human costs of their modernization - the social scoring system, lack of access to global internet, lack of freedom to travel, to speak, to write, the 800 peasants out in the rural areas who are still in a 3rd world country? Then there's the theft of intellectual property from Western companies. Then there's the lack of adequate medical services - only the connected few, namely Communist Party members and the rich, can get lifesaving treatments like cancer therapy. The rest just die. China has made tremendous strides, clearly, but in terms of how they treat their people, they might as well be back in the Qing Dynasty in the 1800s.