Research on Ecological Assessment and Dynamic Optimization of Energy-saving and New Energy Vehicle Business Model Based on Full Life Cycle Theory

Peipei Chao (China Automotive Engineering Research Institute Co., Ltd, Chongqing, 400000, China)
Yisong Chen (China Automotive Engineering Research Institute Co., Ltd, Chongqing, 400000, China)
Yanping Yang (China Automotive Engineering Research Institute Co., Ltd, Chongqing, 400000, China)

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The rapid development of China's automobile industry has brought ever-increasing impact on resources, energy and environment, the energy-saving and new energy vehicles come into being accordingly. This article firstly systematically introduces the technical route of energy-saving and new energy vehicles of China, focusing on the key bottleneck problems arising from  the construction process of current assessment system of the technical route for energy-saving and new energy vehicles, establishes the energy-saving and new energy vehicle business model assessment index system afterward based on the comparative analysis on energy-saving and new energy vehicle business assessment model and the full life cycle theory, and finally makes prospects and forecasts on vital problems of system boundary, dynamic optimization, simulation system of full life cycle assessment of energy-saving and new energy vehicle.


Life cycle assessment theory; Energy-saving and new energy vehicles; Technical route; Business model; Dynamic optimization

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