Climate change and energy shortages cause a high impact on the environment. Thus, energy conservation and carbon reduction have become the hot topics in the world. In response to the trend of the international GHG reduction and sustainable development, most countries are keen to develop electric vehicles (called as EVs) with high efficiency and zero emissions, and actively to develop the key technologies of the EV modules and EV components. Based on this background, some countries without the traditional automotive industry have new opportunities to compete with the other countries with the strong one. Taiwan has the good basis of ICT industry as well as the core technology of electric vehicles to develop the EV industries. However, compared to the United States, Japan, the European Union, and China, Taiwan needs to enhance the ability of EV standards testing sooner. Therefore, we should aggressively complete the EV testing ability and standard testing platform, deepen the partnership with international testing centers, and reduce the technology gap between Taiwan and the other countries, for assisting our EV industry to seize market opportunities in the international EV supply chain.
In order to accelerate the development of testing and certification of electric vehicles, the overall goal of this project is 'to assess economic efficiency for the platform of standards testing and certification of EVs and EV drive testing' to assist the implementation of the finished EV driving test, and to assess the direct or indirect economic benefits by the establishment of EV standards testing. Through these project items, such as researching the references of international EVs driving testing, assessing the economic evaluation of the platform of Taiwan EV standards testing, analyzing the market trend of the international EV industries, building EV companies and experts database, holding the activities related with Taiwan EV industry , etc., we are hoping to further complete the platform of Taiwan EV standard testing sooner to smoothly go towards our 105 billion target of ' Green Energy Development Plan”.