Global Technology Trend
We all are at the gate of the fourth Industrial Revolution. The way we live, work and get alone with others, as well as every industry in every country are being disrupted and changed by emerging technology breakthroughs like Artificial Intelligence (AI), robotics, the Internet of Things (IoT), big-data analytics, autonomous vehicles, energy storage, smart microgrids, quantum computing, fintech, 5G telecommunications, etc. This global technology trend comes alongside the transition toward low-carbon economy. Government tax incentives, policies like fuel efficiency standards, carbon pricing, carbon emission standards and those in the Paris Agreement accelerate the transition.
Global Economic Trend
In low-carbon economy, green transport is the priority in every country as International Energy Agency suggests that transport accounts for 63.7% of total oil use and called for urgent action in transport sector to reduce carbon emissions by 80% for developed countries and by 70% for developing countries by 2050. The UN Environment Programme also outlooks the global light duty vehicles to grow from about one billion today to more than 2.5 billion by 2050, that will lead to an almost 3-fold increase of energy use and emissions, while battery powered electric vehicles (EV) for transport and urban logistics with telematics service using the emerging breakthrough technology of IoT are actively reshaping the global logistics landscape, attending to the strong growth of online orders that dramatically increase the number of packages and demand for more efficient deliveries.
In green transport, when EV proliferate, a huge amount of batteries going to retire from EV will impact hard on the environment. While EV demand very high performance from the battery that soonest the battery capacity drops below 75%, the battery has to be replaced. Whereas energy storage needs less intensive stationary settings that give the retired batteries from EV a second-life, which will help significantly reduce the environmental impact of their batteries and the cost of energy storage.
Why electric vehicles?
Electric vehicles have zero emission, 2.8-3.6 times more efficient, 50-100% longer lifespan and save as much costs as 83% of fuel, 50% of service, maintenance, repair and downtime.
Why a new EV Ecosystem?
New economy businesses and technologies like connected and self-driving EV, CASE, MaaS, IoT, AI, big-data analytics, etc., are disruptive automotive mega trends driving for a new EV value chain and a new economy EV ecosystem.
Differentiation: GND, earth ground, in a sense of down-to-earth approach to global technology and economic trends, and the business model in practice, to converge Green industries, New economy and Deep technologies into an ecosystem.
Norms: ice, impair carbon emissions to help sustain the environment by green industries; improve corporate earnings to help sustain corporations by new economy; increase corporate employment to help sustain societies by deep technologies.
Advantages: BBB, a credit rating of investment-grade, Based in a front-rank business hub of Hongkong, Backed by industrial leaders in China, and Belted to the World with a worldwide network.
What we do
While EV and urban logistics are prospering with most smart green cities under development, we focus on the development of related breakthrough technologies and smart green products including EV, smart energy storage products, IoT big-data ecosystem for global manufacturing and supply chain integration.
What we vision
A one-stop platform and ecosystem to provide the global market of light electric vehicles for green city logistics, mobility, tourism and utility services with a complete solution of technology and supply.
● The US-China decoupling in all spheres heralds the opportunity to have a new EV ecosystem in coalition with Asia, Europe and Africa;
● Global warming gets refocused on, the transition to zero-emission EV becomes the primary national strategy in most countries;
● Pandemic and worldwide lockdowns thrive online sales that demand for more cost efficient delivery to door. However, all automobile giants focus on full-fledged electric passenger cars leaving last-mile eCars and eTrucks develop under the radar, particularly, eTrucks are still rarely on road.
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