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The story of the National Electric Vehicle Experimental & Demonstration Area (NEVEDA) begins in 1995 after the Ministry of Science and Technology made the development of electric vehicles a priority in the 9th Five-Year Plan. NEVEDA was to be an important part of Chinas “863” Program – a government funded program with the aim of developing Chinese technologies in a wide range of fields to negate the need for dependance on foreign technologies with associated financial costs. There were 4 main objectives for the project and Five-Year Plan regarding electric vehicles:

1. The development of advanced electric vehicles.
2. The development of economically viable and practical electric vehicles.
3. The establishment and operation of an electric vehicle testing facility.
4. The development of relevant policies, regulations and technical standards for electric vehicles.

There were 3 main operating modes for the vehicles:

1. Operate as taxis.
2. Operate as a public bus.
3. Operate as a business vehicle.

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