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Tesla forms battery R&D firm in China

Wed, 12/13/2017 - 09:46 -- Xuan Zhong
Tesla forms battery R&D firm in China

Tesla has formed a new company in China for the research and development of batteries and energy storage devices, according to authorities in Beijing.

The new company has been named Tesla (Beijing) New Energy R&D Co Ltd, with a registered capital of $2 million, according to a document filed with the Chaoyang branch of the Beijing Administration for Industry and Commerce. The document is listed in China’s National Enterprise Credit Information Publicity System index.

 

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China-US firms invest in Beijing batteries project

Wed, 09/20/2017 - 10:21 -- News Editor
China-US firms invest in Beijing batteries project

Chinese carmaker BAIC Group and US-owned Chinese battery firm Funeng Technology (Ganzhou) are to invest a total of CNY10 billion ($1.2bn) to launch a batteries plant for new energy vehicles in Shunyi, Bejing.

The Shunyi district government said it has given the go-ahead for BAIC and Funeng to manufacture battery cells and battery packs with an annual production capacity of 8GWh.

 

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Chinese carmaker halts EV production as Korean batteries fail to meet new criteria

Wed, 07/20/2016 - 14:44 -- Paul Crompton
Chinese carmaker halts EV production as Korean batteries fail to meet new criteria

One of China’s largest state-owned carmakers has stopped production of a sports utility model following a ruling by Beijing that EV batteries must meet certain criteria before they attract State subsidies.

JAC Motors has stopped production of its iEV6s electric sports utility vehicle (SUV), which had been powered by Samsung SDI’s batteries, exclusively chosen by the carmaker.

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China bus battery subsidy ban causes share slump for Korean suppliers

Wed, 02/03/2016 - 14:21 -- Paul Crompton
China bus battery subsidy ban causes share slump for Korean suppliers

Korean battery giants Samsung SDI and LG Chem saw shares slump by 10% and 7.1% respectively on news that Beijing will remove subsidies for nickel manganese cobalt (NMC) batteries for electric buses.

“There has not been enough safety verification or product development for new energy electric passenger vehicles,” said China’s Ministry of Equipment Industry Secretary Zhang Xiangmu, who added China had begun research into the chemistry late and could ‘not be sure’ about NMC batteries.

The decision has surprised some.

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