Established in September 2017, Weichai New Energy Technology Co., Ltd. is a holding subsidiary of Weichai Power, committed to facilitating the delivery of the group’s new energy vehicle and machine strategy. With electric powertrain business at the core, it aims to building itself into a world-leading new energy power system solution provider with core technologies.
The company upholds the development of "hybrid power, fuel cell and electric power" at the same time, and has completed the global presence of the whole industrial chain from power battery and motor to electronic control and fuel cell, and built up its R&D and production capacity of new energy powertrain and core components. The company attaches great importance to scientific and technological innovation, with an up-to-500-member professional team, and as high as 50% of them are for technology R&D. It has more than 200 authorized patents, of which over 70 are invention patents, and undertakes and participates in more than 10 major national projects in the new energy field. Weichai New Energy Test Center has more than 100 sets of world leading fuel cell components, systems and other professional testing equipment that has been accredited by China National Accreditation Service for Conformity Assessment (CNAS). Keeping aligned with the national R&D platforms such as the National Fuel Cell Technology Innovation Center, the National Commercial Vehicle Powertrain Assembly Engineering Technology Research Center, and Weichai's global collaborative R&D platform, the company has successfully ensured its cutting-edge technology.
Leading in their core performance and reliability indicators in this industry, the company’s products have been applied massively in urban buses, logistics vehicles, long-distance tractor trucks, port tractor trucks, dump trucks, forklifts and other vehicles. Looking ahead, the company will continue to create value for customers with its high-quality products, and strive to realize Weichai's strategic goal of leading the industry globally with its new energy business by 2030.