CnEVPost Newsletter: XPeng's fourth plant; CATL unveils sodium-ion battery
XPeng reportedly may build fourth plant in Chengdu - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com XPeng Motors Chairman and CEO He Xiaopeng discussed the location of the company's research and development center and fourth factory with local officials in Chengdu in western China's Sichuan province on July 27.
CICC initiates coverage of XPeng with Outperform rating and $46 price target - CnEVPost CICC said its target price implies 33 percent upside for XPeng's US shares and 29 percent upside for its Hong Kong shares.
Retail investors have been buying the dip as NIO, XPeng shares plunge - CnEVPost NIO, XPeng, and Alibaba were among the six most purchased single stocks through this week, with NIO attracting at least $105 million, Vanda Research said in a report released Wednesday.
CATL unveils first-gen sodium-ion battery with energy density of 160Wh/kg - CnEVPost CATL's next-generation sodium-ion battery will exceed 200Wh/kg energy density, the company said.
CATL founder says world of battery chemistry far more unknown than known - CnEVPost Zeng disagreed with the widely held belief that battery chemistry is no longer innovative and can only be improved in physical structure, saying, "We're happy to explore the mysteries."
CATL ranks NO. 1 in global power battery market with 29.9% share in H1 - CnEVPost Chinese battery giant CATL ranked No. 1 in the global power battery market with a 29.9 percent market share in the first half of the year, according to SNE Research.
BYD gets new order for electric buses from Spain - CnEVPost The vehicles will be produced at BYD's European production facility in Komárom, Hungary, and put into operation in Madrid by the end of this year, according to a press release sent to CnEVPost.
Former Lynk & Co quality chief reportedly joins Jidu Auto - CnEVPost Xu Hua, formerly general manager of Lynk & Co's quality center, has joined Baidu's carmaking arm Jidu Auto, responsible for quality and supply chain operations, caijing.com.cn reported Wednesday.
Analysts expect lithium prices to rise to previous record high this year - CnEVPost Lithium carbonate prices are expected to reach RMB 180,000 ($27,733) per ton in the second half of the year, the previous record high, said analysts.
China's first hydrogen refueling station with hydrogen production starts trial operation - CnEVPost A hydrogen refueling station with hydrogen production capacity built by Guangdong-based Foran Energy started trial operation on July 28, the first of its kind in China.