Hainan CPPCC members share views on how to develop Hainan

By Lin Jianing, Cai Rong / hiHainan / Updated: 2021-01-26,10:03

In today’s interview, we have three members of the Hainan Provincial Committee of the CPPCC discussing their proposals. 

Li Renjun, a member of the Hainan Provincial Committee of the CPPCC, has been paying close attention to new energy vehicles. Hainan is developing the new energy vehicle industry and has put out a call for people to buy new energy vehicles. Therefore, he proposed a policy that allows people to exchange their current blue license plates (which indicate fossil-fuel burning vehicles) for green ones (which indicate new energy vehicles) when they buy new energy vehicles, instead of having to wait to apply for a new license plate, which can take years. Hainan currently has 1.5 million vehicles that have been registered or are in use, which will probably increase to 3 million vehicles in 2030. However, new energy vehicles are multiplying quickly, so Hainan can reduce the amount of oil-fueled vehicles while promoting new energy vehicles. ​

Additionally, Li also proposed a three-fold solution of "charging, changing (batteries), and renting" for new energy vehicles in the medium and long-term. “Through setting up new energy vehicle stations for charging, changing batteries, and renting new energy vehicles, we can develop the implementation of public transportation and alleviate the problems of traffic congestion and parking difficulties,” said Li.

Sun Wei, another member of the Hainan Provincial Committee of the CPPCC that we interviewed, wants to improve Hainan’s business environment. She put forward three points on the issue. First, Hainan should establish a good relationship between the government and companies, which can help the government learn more about local companies and their difficulties and pain points. Second, the government should broaden the scope of beneficial policies for companies so that they can compete on an equal footing. Third, the Hainan government should be a service-oriented government that can help solve companies’ difficulties and assume certain service responsibilities.

Fu Ying, a member of the Hainan Provincial Committee of the CPPCC, suggested that Chinese students who have studied abroad can play a role in promoting Hainan. "They can invite their friends to visit Hainan, and inspect Hainan, let them know what are the policies over here," said Fu.



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