Automotive CCC

China Certification is an excellent partner for the CCC certification in the automotive sector. We are providing leading automotive suppliers and car manufacturers with quick and smart solutions for their CCC certification. We offer you our support for every project related to the Automotive CCC.

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CCC Made Easy

The China Compulsory Certification (CCC) is a mandatory certification for products exported to China.
We are experienced in the CCC certification process for all kinds of product categories. The CCC certification process will be simple and easy with China Certification Corporation as a professional partner by your side.

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Other Certifications

HAF604, Taiwan Certification, CRCC for Railway Products, SRRC Type Approval, NAL (Network Access License), AQSIQ registration, Voluntary CQC Mark Certification, CCCF for Fire Products: We support you in all types of certifications for the Chinese market.


China Certification provides a range of specialized consulting services, especially for car manufacturers and large industrial companies. With the consulting packages the certifications as well as internal procedures related to international product certifications can be streamlined.


China Certification Corporation offers customized CCC training to fit your company needs. Our trainer will come to your location and provide the training, up to date information and pass on valuable tips from our many years of experience. Call us today to learn more!


Since 2005, MPR China Certification GmbH – China Certification Corporation has been supporting companies around the world in obtaining the required product certifications for the Chinese market. With a strong team located worldwide, we can offer you the best solution for your enquiries.

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Fuel cell as alternative energy source of electric vehicles

In the future, the majority of all vehicles will drive electrically. But should the energy come from batteries that are heavy, or a fuel cell that needs an equally heavy and solid tank for the hydrogen? It is unclear which system can finally prevail or whether there will even be a side by side — similar to the current gasoline and diesel fuel situation.

China has decided — in the current five-year plan, the development of the fuel cell plays an important role. The government declares that it will invest in the necessary infrastructure by the year 2030 and that by then there will be 3,000 hydrogen filling stations. In Japan, Toyota is also focusing on the fuel cell as the engine of the future. Here, the necessary electricity for the production of hydrogen gas is to be delivered from coal power plants. These are equipped with modern CCS technology, which separates and stores the climate-damaging CO2 gas. Europe is changing course, relying on batteries and promoting development and production in the EU. The German government also supports the producers of battery cells with subsidies and tax benefits. Often these are companies from China that are building new production facilities in Germany, as there are already overcapacities for batteries in the Far East country.


Fuel cell as alternative energy source of electric vehicles


Most automotive manufacturers and suppliers do not want to commit to a technology yet. Bosch, for example, does not build batteries itself, but is researching the development of the fuel cell. In the US, the young company Nikola is developing a hydrogen-powered heavy-duty truck together with Bosch. Here, Nikola supplies the fuel cell technology while in the future truck a modular E-axis from Bosch is used, which includes the engine, the electronics and a gearbox. Daimler has with the Mercedes GLC F-Cell already a series production vehicle with a fuel cell in its portfolio and wants to build a network of 400 hydrogen filling stations in Germany with a joint venture H2 Mobility. Renault, since 2010 a cooperation partner of Daimler, however, relies on the battery technology. From 2025, newly developed solid-state batteries are to be used here, which are more powerful and cheaper than the conventional lithium-ion batteries. For example, the fuel cell for trucks and the battery for cars could prevail.

The electric car start-up e.Go Mobile takes a different approach. It wants to use the fuel cell as a range extender. In this case, a battery is charged with a fuel cell, which in turn drives an electric motor. As a result, this system can be used in many vehicles. The joint venture e.Go Rex is to be founded this year together with Proton Motor Fuel Cell for production and development. Starting in 2019, e.Go Mobil will work with ZF Friedrichshafen to produce the e.Go Mover autonomous electric minibus and is also planning an electric compact car called e.Go Life. Do you want to export or produce your products to China? Do you need the China Compulsory Certification (CCC)? We can advise.

For more information on how CCC certification may affect your company, or for more information about CCC certification in general, the process, and the associated costs, please visit our website and our News Section where you will find current updates twice a week.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for further details and consultation. You can contact us via e-mail, or call us (UK: +44 2071931135, Rest of Europe: +49 69 2713769150, US: +1 773 654-2673).

You can also check out our free CCC-Brochure, which can be downloaded right here as a PDF file or you consult our book (in English) “A Brief Guide to CCC: China Compulsory Certification”, which can be found directly hier on Amazon.

Julian Busch

Über den Autor: Julian Busch ist Gründer und Geschäftsführer der MPR China Certification GmbH

Herausgeber: MPR China Certification GmbH

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