CnEVPost Newsletter: Singapore deputy PM visits NIO House; BYD to supply batteries to China's largest diesel engine maker
Singapore's deputy PM visits NIO House in Shanghai
NIO is building a R&D Center in Singapore, where it looks into smart power solutions & autonomous driving technologies, said Lawrence Wong.
NIO exceeds 1,400 swap stations in China
NIO's 1,400th battery swap station in China was built with German retail giant METRO, and the two have built a total of 21 such facilities together to date.
Li Auto stops sharing weekly sales data, CEO explains why
Li Auto CEO said they have been complained about by many of their peers, so they are temporarily unable to publish insurance data from last week.
Li Auto puts 2nd batch of 6 supercharging stations into operation
To date, Li Auto has 13 supercharging stations and aims to have more than 300 by the end of the year.
New auto index launched in HK stock market with constituents including BYD, NIO, XPeng, Li Auto
The Hang Seng Indexes Company Limited launched the Hang Seng Automobile Index today with a year-to-date return of about 9 percent.
BYD to supply batteries to China's largest diesel engine maker
BYD and Weichai Power will build a power battery development and manufacturing base in Shandong province, where the latter is headquartered.
Neta begins deliveries of electric sports car Neta GT, less than 1 month after launch
In the increasingly competitive Chinese EV market, EV makers are hoping to capture initial consumer enthusiasm and avoid losing potential orders.
Alibaba backtracks on autonomous driving R&D
Alibaba's DAMO Academy's autonomous driving lab will lay off about 70 percent of its staff, while others will be transferred to the e-commerce giant's logistics arm, according to local media.
Eve Energy to buy land for battery plant in Malaysia
The battery plant will support electric two-wheeler and power tool manufacturers in Malaysia and Southeast Asia, Eve Energy said.
Prominent economist suggests China ban fuel car sales in 5 years
Independent economist Ren Zeping has suggested that China introduce a timetable to ban the sale of fuel cars within five years and have regions south of Hebei actively develop the new energy sector.
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