400 new energy vans were handed over on Tuesday to express companies in north China’s Tianjin City.
The new cars will replace the companies’ gasoline-fueled vehicles, in a bid to slash emissions and air pollution.
And thanks to a government-backed project, all of these new vans are connected with a mobile application that can share distribution systems and reduce empty running.
Authorities say some 3,400 new energy vehicles are set to come into service in the city next year. It is expected that more than 4,500 tons of pollutants will be cut each year there.