Germany, Japan and Italy repented one after another, and China once again defeated magic with magic!

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Author: vertical and horizontal source: planting flower city (id:hqsycn)

I wanted to dig a hole for others, but I didn’t expect to fall into the hole. Germany, Japan and Italy’s recent statement was very interesting.

On June 21, German finance minister Christian Lindner made it clear that the EU’s decision to ban the sale of fuel vehicles in 2035 was wrong and Germany would not agree.

Former Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini wrote on twitter on June 8, “completely crazy! This is a gift to China, which is a disaster for millions of workers in Italy and Europe (banning the sale of internal combustion engines).”

Similarly, Japan is also opposed to banning the sale of fuel vehicles. The Japan Industrial Automobile Association said that if this goes on, Japan will not be able to make cars.

You know, these countries and regions once said in black and white that they would ban the sale of fuel vehicles, but now they all jumped out against it.

The direct reason is not difficult to explain. These three countries are vested interests in the automotive industry.

Four of Japan’s five major industries have long disappeared, and now only the automotive industry is relatively able to fight. If even this last pillar is gone, Japan’s per capita GDP of about $40000 will be difficult to guarantee.

Needless to say, there are also famous brands in Italy, such as Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati.

Therefore, it is not surprising that they will oppose in unison.

The key point is that the original purpose of new energy in the industrialized west is to lock the industrialization path of backward countries. For example, the original purpose of the Paris climate agreement is to block China’s industrialization process. Because industrialization needs a lot of energy support, once the use of energy is limited by climate issues, industrialization is empty talk.

Unexpectedly, China not only seized the window period to complete industrialization, but also made new energy the first in the world.

Take trams as an example. Nowadays, China has become a world leader. Looking at the traditional Western automobile industry, except for the public’s sense of existence, there is no other one who can play (Tesla is also originated and produced in China).

Moreover, China is rapidly iterating forward and improving the tram industry, making it increasingly difficult for western countries to catch up. For example, people used to be most dissatisfied with trams because of two problems: mileage anxiety and charging problems, such as

Today, China has achieved 1000 km endurance (Ningde era) and 10 minute fast charging, and it is still improving rapidly. How can the West catch up?

The most interesting thing is Japan. Since the 1990s, Japan has been betting on new energy. Decades of research has made Japan quite proficient in hydrogen energy. If hydrogen energy can be as popular as fuel cars, Japan will not only build cars, but also eat patents.

However, the sudden rise of trams has confused Japan directly. Will trams be built or not? A small country like Japan can only bet on one of them, and there is no way for a big country like China and the United States to want all of them. Building trams means giving up hydrogen energy, and decades of hard work are in vain; If you don’t engage in trams and hesitate for a while, you will lose sight of China’s tail lights.

So, nowadays, the west is more interesting. At first, new energy was that the West wanted to use “climate”, a completely irresistible “global justice”, to lock others up, and wanted to block the way forward of other countries with rules. As a result, it was a little confused. China won again within the western rule framework and defeated magic with magic.

Of course, China’s pursuit of new energy is not entirely due to the West. Another reason is that China is an “oil poor country”, with 70% of its oil imported, which is detrimental to a country’s energy security. In view of this, China must also develop new energy.

Therefore, China photovoltaic just broke through the difficulties in those years. It is not enough to say “difficulties”. It can be said that it crawled out of the dead, and the richest man alone fell down several times. Nowadays, China is far ahead in photovoltaic industry. If human beings build a “Dyson ball” in the future, it must be China.

In addition, in the article “energy reversal”, it was said in detail that in order for an energy to become popular, the “production, transportation and consumption” of energy must be connected and form a cycle, and no one can do without it. The reason why oil took the lead in the United States is that Rockefeller produced oil, American pipeline transportation ensured oil transportation, and a large number of American cars digested the oil; In the past, the use of coal in Britain also met this closed loop.

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Today, China’s new energy production, ultra-high voltage transportation and tram digestion have once again formed a cycle of the above three factors. New energy produces electricity, which is quickly transported by ultra-high voltage, and then digested by terminal trams. Therefore, the rise of new energy in China is inevitable, which also determines that China’s new energy is unique in the world.

Western technological advantages and hegemonic dividends are slowly disappearing. They are likely to repeat the fate of the Roman Empire. No wonder they are full of anxiety, contradictions, and hysterical containment and suppression of others.

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