China's government evaluating electric vehicle fire safety standards

On July 25, Society of Automotive Engineers of China (SAE-China) and China Fire Protection Association (CFPA) jointly held an "Electric Vehicle Fire Protection and Safety Strategic Cooperation Meeting." Attendees included key government officials in the Fire Department of the Ministry of Public S...

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