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increasing ratio of city buses. In 2017, China’s overall e-bus retention rate reached 35.9 percent, and every three buses included an e-bus
, according to a report released by the consulting company under the China Center for Information Industry Development.
Wu Chuxiao, senior analyst at the Automobile Industry Research Center under CC
ID Consulting, said: “Currently, China’s NEV industry has the condition and foundation for large-scale promotion and application in terms of politics, eco
nomy, society and technology. However, limited by techniques, cost, infrastructure and public awareness, it sti
ll takes a certain amount of time to replace traditional vehicles with NEVs on a large scale.”
“Nevertheless, e-buses, as an essential part of the urban transportation network, have fixed
operation routes and distance, exclusive parking lots with charging facilities, as well as public fin
ancial subsidies. Chances are that China will take a lead in the further development of electric buses,” said Wu.
other professional measure that relates to safety. Anyone without experience climbing mountains above 8,000 meters, and witho
ut adequate capability for independent movement is not allowed on Mount Qomolangma,” he said.
Both overseas and domestic climbers must apply as part of a team, not personally, he said.
Tibet installed a new ladder in a section of the climbing route in 2017, and provided climb
ing ropes as long as 6,000 meters along the path between a section at 6,600 meters and the summit at 8,844 meters.
Cleanup efforts on the mountain involve both environmental considerations and climbing sa
fety. The work has become routine, said Tashi Gyatso, the deputy secretary of the regional government.
was about ground operations, such as telemetry, tracking and command of spacecraft.
“I want to study satellites. I want to learn and work on communications satellites operating in low Earth orbit, because no
w we have a communications satellite in geosynchronous orbit, and remote-sensing satellites in low Earth orbit,” he said.
“I want to learn how to combine these technologies and do some research here in Beijing, s
o when I come back to my country I can help to develop our own satellite technology,” he added.
Each of Venezuela’s three satellites－one communication and two r
emote-sensing satellites－was designed, built and launched by China.
The Beijing-based China Academy of Space Technology, a subsidiary of State-owned spa
ce giant China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp, is a major developer of satellites and spaceships in China.