Table of charging stations through municipalities [19]. As of

Table
6 shows the Target number for FCVS and HRS in South
Korea.

Table 6. Target number for FCVS
and HRS in South Korea 23

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Year

2020

2025

2030

2050

FCV

9,000

100,000

630,000

7,000,000

HRS

80

210

520

1,500

South Korea increased its target for the number of
publicly accessible fast chargers by 2020 from 1400 to 3000 to make all parts of the country accessible
with an electric vehicle 19.

China

In 2016, the government of China provided purchase subsidy
for vehicles at the national level as shown in Table
7.

Table 7. Purchase subsidy for EVs in China at national level in 2016
26

Vehicle type

Purchase subsidy (RMB1/car)

EV

100 -150 km driving range

25,000

150 – 250 km driving range

45,000

Over 250 km driving range

55,000

PHEV (Over 50 km driving range

30,000

FCV

200,000

 

These
subsidies are supposed to decrease by 20% through 2017 and 2018 and by 40%
through 2019 and 2020 26.
In China, there is also a possible local
subsidy within the limit of 50% of the amount granted via central subsidies 19.
Other incentives such as access to bus lanes, free parking, and free charging are available at a local level 19.

China provides a subsidy
of RMB 4 million for the installation of new HRSs 27.  China
aims to deploy, 4.3 million private charging outlets, 0.5 million public
chargers for cars and 850 intercity quick-charge stations by 2020 19.
To do that, the government subsidizes the
construction of charging stations through municipalities 19.

As of March
2017, there is only 1 HRS in China 27. This table shows the number of charging points
in China from 2014 to 2016.

Table 8. Number of charging points in China
(2014-2016) 19

Year

2014

2015

2016

Publicly accessible slow chargers

21000

46657

52778

Publicly accessible fast chargers

9000

12101

88476

Total

30000             

58758

141254

 

As of March
2017, there are approximately 60 FCVs in China 27. Table 9
shows the BEV and PHEV stock in China from 2012 to 2016.

Table 9. BEV and PHEV stock in China (2012-2016) 19

Year

Number of BEVs and PHEVs (thousands)
 

2012

16.88 (95%
BEV, 5% PHEV)

2013

32.22  )95% BEV, 5% PHEV)

2014

105.39  )75% BEV, 25% PHEV)

2015

312.77 )72%
BEV, 28% PHEV)

2016

648.77 )74%
BEV, 26% PHEV)

 

Table
10 shows China’s target for FCV and HRSs through
2030.

Table 10. China’s target for FCV
and HRSs through 2030 28

Year

2020

2025

2030

FCVs

5,000 FCVs in demonstration, among which 60% are fuel cell commercial
vehicles and 40% are fuel cell passenger cars

50,000 FCVs in service, among which 10,000 units are fuel cell commercial
vehicles, and 40,000 units are fuel cell passenger cars

Over one million FCVs in service

HRSs

Over 100 stations

Over 300 stations

Over 1,000 stations, and 50+% hydrogen production from renewable
resources

 

China’s target for the number of EVs
is three million by 2020 and 14 million by 2025 22.

Germany

The subsidy for the purchase of a
BEV as well as a FCV is EUR2
4,000. This amount is shared between the
government and the carmaker. This means that the
sales contract must indicate that the carmaker has reduced the car price by
half of the overall incentive amount (EUR 2,000), and then the owner can apply
for the second half of the incentive 29.
The limit for this support is 400,000
cars until 2020 or EUR 600 million 19. The government also
provides incentives in the form of tax exemption, free parking and access to
bus lines 19.

As of April 2017, Germany has 33
constructed hydrogen refueling stations, 12 under construction and 10 in
application process 30.
Table
11 shows the number of charging points in Germany.

Table 11. Number of charging
points in Germany 19

1 Exchange rate for Chinese Yuan in
December 6th, 2017 is 1 RMB ~ 0.15 USD

2
Exchange rate for Euro in December 6th, 2017 is 1 EUR ~ 1.18 USD