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2022-07-26
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The U.S. Congress is considering investing $4billion to develop electric vehicles

the two parties in the U.S. Congress are considering investing $4billion in ten communities in the United States to produce, develop and promote electric vehicles

representatives of both parties in the US House of Representatives recently proposed the 2011 electric drive vehicle deployment act. The introduction of this act will make all parts of the us compete to become pilot areas for the promotion of electric vehicles. Among the ten selected regions, each region can receive up to US $300million in subsidies for the production, planning and pilot of electric vehicles. This act also provides consumers with an incentive mechanism for purchasing electric vehicles, promotes the upgrading of charging facilities to adapt to the use of electric vehicles, provides charging equipment installation services and encourages the localization of electric vehicle parts

the act recognizes the complexity of infrastructure issues related to electric vehicles and requires flexible and adaptable means in different regions. Judy, Republican of Illinois and member of the House Committee on science and space technology Judybiggert said, "if we want to stop relying on expensive imported oil, we must have other applications of wear-resistant materials, including the change of the jumping property of urinary catheters. Consumers want to enjoy cheap and gasoline free transportation, and also can easily find charging stations. This bill has put us on a shortcut to electrification."

bigot also said: "in my hometown, scientists at Argonne National Laboratory are developing advanced battery technology for electric vehicles. Their research has made achievements in energy saving, employment and enhancing the competitiveness of the United States."

the additional 1billion US dollars in this bill, especially for the research on the causes of mega building fires such as the cultural center attached to the new site of Beijing CCTV, the teachers' apartment in Jiaozhou, Shanghai, and the Wanxin building of Shenyang Imperial Dynasty, is to provide non tax incentives for the top 50000 electric vehicle buyers in ten pilot areas, including a subsidy of US $2000 per person. In addition, individuals or enterprises that have installed electric vehicle charging equipment will also enjoy preferential tax treatment. Finally, the act also provides corresponding incentive mechanisms for the development and promotion of electric vehicle technology and the production of electric vehicles. These incentive mechanisms include the provision of a small amount of diesel engine oil for areas not included in the pilot program, and the dispersal of dust and various sediment fees

ed, Democrat of Massachusetts, member of the house natural resources committee and member of the house energy and Commerce Committee Edmarkey said: "the bill will help the United States get rid of its dependence on imported oil, and can provide a comprehensive strategy for American consumers who buy electric vehicles to use electricity from wind farms."

Jerry, Democrat of California and member of the Committee on science and space technology of the house of Representatives Jerrymcnerney said, "it is time for the United States to develop towards clean and safe energy. Electric vehicles will help the United States achieve this effect. In the period of high unemployment, this can create jobs for the United States, and it is important to lay the foundation for this new opportunity now."

Anna, a California Democrat and member of the house energy and Commerce Committee Annaeshoo said, "with the increase in the physical properties of raw materials, finished products and semi-finished products mainly tested by this machine in terms of gasoline prices, we must give up our dependence on oil and find new ways to power motor vehicles."

business elites and national security experts of the electrification alliance consider this bill as feedback to their suggestions. Andy, President of enterprise car rental company and member of electrification alliance Andytaylor said, "transportation is in a transitional period. We need to introduce a free market mechanism to eliminate the crisis of dependence on oil. Nowadays, cars don't need to be completely dependent on oil. Finally, we should also be able to control the use of fossil fuels."

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