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The novel development of the French technology group NAWA is a combination of carbon nanotubes, conventional ultracapacitors and Li-ion batteries. Lamborghini already uses these components in its V-12 Aventador model. The CEO of Nawa, Ulrik Grape, announced that with this technology, his company is producing exactly what the automotive industry needs right now – a fast-charging energy storage for hybrid cars. However, one disadvantage of the Ultra-Fast Carbon batteries, their storage capacity is only 10-20 percent of a Li-ion battery.
Ultra-Fast Carbon technology is more expensive than conventional batteries in terms of energy density, but mostly uses carbon for its production. This allows easier recycling and has a low impact on the environment unlike other storage technologies that use heavy metals and rare earths.
Constructed as a capacitor, NAWA’s hybrid batteries can be charged and discharged within seconds and have a lifetime of over a million charge cycles. In addition to the planned application in the automotive industry, the batteries can also be used in general industry, aerospace, power tools and small vehicles. The batteries could also play a key role in storing electricity in the so-called smart grids.
The company NAWA Technologies was created by a spin-off from parts of a French state Energy Authority in 2013. NAWA aims at premium car manufacturers from Europe with its hybrid batteries and would like to start serial production in 2022. Lamborghini is already interested in the great potential of these supercapacitors and works with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on a luxury sports car powered entirely by an electric motor. Lamborghini’s concept car “Terzo Millennio” (Third Millennium) launched by Lamborghini last week, uses supercapacitors and Lamborghini already uses low-voltage capacitors in its serial car V-12 Aventador.
Vehicles, including electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles, require CCC certification in China.

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 Email, 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 can consult our English textbook “A Brief Guide to CCC: China Compulsory Certification”, which can be found directly here on Amazon.
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 Cost of CCC Certification Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

The various costs associated with certification will depend on the products.

The certification itself involves:

  1. Application fee
  2. Product test fees
  3. Inspection fees
  4. Travel costs and related expenses for the auditors
  5. Fees for the permission of printing of the CNCA

Additional costs:

You must also consider the cost of an interpreter, the cost of the products sent for testing as well as the employee time that it takes to prepare and handle the certification process, particularly if this is done without the aid of advisory firm.

When forms are filled out incorrectly, tests and/or audits must be repeated incurring additional, unnecessarily high costs. Likewise, improper CCC markings will result in deliveries being detained by Chinese customs and additional fees may be levied.

Below is an example of the cost of CCC certification for two vehicle headlights. (Note: the example does not include consulting fees or the cost of a translator.)

By hiring a professional certification advisory firm, problems can be avoided from the outset, thereby reducing the risk of running up additional costs. Furthermore, through the assistance of certification advisors, the CCC mark is obtained quickly, greatly reducing opportunity costs incurred by delayed product launches.

Our offers are very transparent, as we list all costs individually. The quoted total price will include all certification fees and related costs. We also assume all risks associated with exchange rates and authority fee increases. Our expert interpreters assure smooth communication with the Chinese auditors during the audits.

Contact us to receive a free calculation of your CCC costs. Simply provide us with product specifications and the number and locations of production plants for an accurate quote. If you have any questions, please send us an email and we’ll be happy to provide additional information.

If you think that you do not require CCC certification for your products, you will find useful information on our Frequently Asked Questions site (FAQ) or in the list of products subject to CCC certification. If you do not need CCC, China Certification can still assist you with clearance certificates.
Our introduction video gives an overview of the necessary steps involved in getting CCC certification.

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 Automotive CCC Service Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

Chinese regulations and requirements for CCC of vehicles and automotive parts are detailed and numerous. Deadlines must be strictly observed, product tests are rigorous, audits are thorough and the change management needs to be strategically prepared for.

It is important to clarify if certification is mandatory for specific products, summarizing the products in the certification units, and to identify which factory will be audited. Typically, the factory where either the complete product is made or the last quality assurance steps are taken is the one to be audited.

Here you will find more information about CCC certification of interior parts and CCC for automotive suppliers automotive suppliers.

It can be very difficult to determine all of the required tests and regulations. Our experience and contacts with the Chinese certifying authorities allow us to properly identify which tests will be required, as well as any exceptions the vehicle or part would qualify for where no or less tests would be required.
Find out more about the CCC certification of complete cars and about our services in this area.

China Certification is an excellent partner for CCC certification in the automotive sector. For years we have assisted leading automotive suppliers and vehicle manufacturers with their CCC certification. If you are a manufacturer of an automotive part or a whole car, we are here to assist you in getting certified.

Please feel free to contact us by phone or email and we will be happy to answer questions, send you information or prepare a quote.

In China, the GB Standards apply. Please refer to the following pages to check which GB Standard applies for your product. If your product is not listed, it may not need CCC.

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 Mandatory Change Management for CCC Certificate Holders Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

Manufacturers holding CCC certificates for their products must comply with the applicable Chinese regulations for CCC certification compliance (the official Implementation Rules and GB standards).
The applicant/certificate holder is responsible to announce any planned relevant changes by submitting the required applications and to implement changes only after approval by the Chinese authorities.

Notifiable changes include the following items:

    Changes regarding the product design
    Changes regarding the product structure (e.g. adding a material layer on an interior automotive part)
    Changes regarding a “key component” (e.g. changing the tank cap of an automotive fuel tank)
    Changes of a raw materials
    Changes of suppliers
    Changes in organizational structure (e.g. change of CCC responsible person)

Changes made by the Chinese certifying authority that require certificate updates include:

    Updated GB standards
    Updated Implementation Rules

The CCC Implementation Rules explicitly state that only the responsible certification body will decide if an official change application must be filed and what the corresponding consequences for the certificate holder will be.

If there is a change in the responsible person for 3C at the plant, only administrative procedures will be necessary to register this change and the authority will issue a
“change notice”.

In case there are major changes regarding the certified product itself, the applicant may be required to send samples for testing in China.

If the production line is going to be shifted, or the entire factory will be re-located, Chinese authorities will typically require a new initial CCC certification or at the very least a factory inspection of the new facility by Chinese auditors.

CCC certificate holders often report changes which have already been implemented during their annual audit. However, this is not the accepted way to notify the Chinese authorities of changes. Factories run the risk of non-conformance and possibly even suspension or revocation of their certificate if they do not follow the prescribed procedures for change management set forth by the Implementation Rules.

The Chinese authorities constantly work on improving the GB standards. As soon as a new GB standard becomes mandatory all changes in certificates and new CCC certifications need to comply with the new GB standard. Holders of CCC certificates that are in compliance with the old GB standards will have to apply for a change of GB standard within the deadline specified by the Chinese certification authority and will be required to do product re-tests according to the new GB standard.

The framework of the CCC certificates are determined by the “Implementation Rules”. Every product group has its own Implementation Rules where the
CCC certification process, CCC certificate characteristics and regulations regarding the marking permission are set. When the Chinese certification authorities issue new Implementation Rules, certificate holders are responsible to apply for a change of certificate within a certain time frame after the Implementation Rule change has been officially announced.

Valid certificates are required to comply with the most current GB standards and Implementation Rules. If certificate holders do not apply for a change of their certificate within the allotted timeframe, they run the risk of non-conformance and possibly even suspension or revocation of their certificate.

If you are unsure whether you have made notifiable changes on your products without informing the authorities or if you plan to implement changes and you don’t know whether you need to file a change application, contact us and we will consult with the relevant Chinese institution(s) and get back with you regarding what you will need to do. We look forward to assisting you with any of your required certificate changes.

We can also let you know of any new GB Standard(s) or Implementation Rules that apply to your product, and inform you if a ccc china certification change will be required.

Please call or email us anytime. We can be reached by phone (UK: +44 2071931135,
US: +1 773 654-2673) or email for any questions or concerns you may have.

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 New CCC Regulations for Fuel Tanks Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

Some time ago we have already published news regarding the 15 new implementation rules for the CCC Certification of automotive components implemented in August 2014 by the Chinese authority CNCA (Certification and Accreditation Administration). These regulations officially took effect from January 1st, 2015.

Within those 15 new implementation rules, there is also an updated version for fuel tanks. The current version’s number is CNCA-C11-11:2014.

If you want to learn more about the updates concerning the new implementation rules, do not hesitate to contact us at any time. One of our consultants will be glad to help you and answer all of the questions you might have.

Already existing CCC certificates must be updated until January 1st, 2017. Certificates, which do not contain the new number CNCA-C11-12:2014, will then be temporarily suspended and eventually completely erased from the CNCA database.

For more detailed information please download our free booklet “CCC Made Easyhere. You may also consider our book “A Brief Guide to CCC: China Compulsory Certification”, which can be ordered directly on Amazon here.

Are you seeking for more information about this CNCA announcement or do you want to know if there will be new CCC implementation rules also for your product? Then contact us! Write us an Email or call us: Germany: +49 69 271 3769 150, UK: +44 2071931135,

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 Video about CCC Certification Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

The process of CCC certification can be confusing and frustrating to figure out. Manufacturers usually assign their quality engineers or officers with the daunting task of getting their products certified. Unfortunately, on official governmental websites there is no clear path laid out to explain the process. The lack of clarity and language/communication barriers combined with the necessity to deal with the Chinese authorities can make the certification process seem overwhelming.

MPR China Certification GmbH / China Certification Corporation released a video which clearly illustrates the process of CCC certification, breaking it down to manageable steps.

The two-minute video gives a broad over-view of the necessary steps involved in getting
CCC certification. The video points out specific areas of importance including application preparation, need for test samples to be sent and cleared through customs in China, and the importance of consistency between the application, test reports, CCC certificate and printing permission.

The video is available on MPR China Certification GmbH / China Certification Corporation’s website, Youtube channel and on the social media profiles of the company, google+ and facebook. It is available in both English and German.
If you are based in China and cannot access the video, please click here.

If you have any questions regarding any aspect of CCC, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We can discuss your specific concerns and offer personalized solutions.
Contact us by phone (UK: +44 2071931135, US: +1 773 654-2673) or email with any questions you may have.

For more detailed information please download our free booklet “CCC Made Easy” here. You may also consider our book “A Brief Guide to CCC: China Compulsory Certification”, which can be ordered directly on Amazon here.

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