At least 30 percent of public transport and logistics vehicles in cities with well-developed infrastructure should be new-energy cars, buses and trucks by 2020, according to a notice released by China's Ministry of Transport earlier this month.
The notice calls for new energy to power 200,000 buses, 50,000 taxis and 50,000 delivery vehicles by the deadline.
The vehicles include pure electrics, plug-in hybrids and fuel-cell vehicles.
The notice is the country's latest in a wave of fiscal and policy support for green vehicles in recent years.
Jump-Start for New-Energy Vehicles