Chinese tech giants Alibaba is among the leading green energy buyers, ranking the second in the list for all Chinese companies, according to a ranking list of top buyers and sellers by research provider BloombergNEF last week.
Web3 energy company Tesseract has raised $78 million in a funding round with participation from Balderton, Low Carbon, Ribit Capital, former Formula One driver Nico Rosberg and others.
Due to recent power issues in central China's Sichuan, the supply of Li Auto's range extender factory in the province has been affected, leading to delays in the delivery of its smart flagship SUV, the L9.
Changan Automobile announced on August 26 that its production and sales target in August is expected to be reduced by about 100,000 vehicles due to the power brownouts in its Sichuan base caused by high temperatures in the province.
Automotive industry chain and charging pile services in Sichuan and Chongqing in China have been affected by recent power brownouts. Under this background, a NIO vehicle owner shared his benefits gaining from the EV maker's battery swapping mode.
On August 24, Golden Concord Limited (GCL), a green energy tech company, announced a strategic cooperation agreement with Chinese battery giant CATL.
On August 15, Chinese EV maker NIO and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) signed a cooperation agreement in Beijing as the partner of the Clean Parks platform.
On August 12, five Chinese state-owned enterprises announced that they had applied for a voluntary delisting of their American Depository Shares (ADSs) from the New York Stock Exchange.
Pylontech, an energy storage battery systems provider based in China, released a proposal of private placement on Thursday evening, raising no more than 5 billion yuan ($748.08 million).
Hangzhou-based internet-of-things (IoT) firm Skiff Energy Tech announced on Friday that it has recently completed a pre-A financing round worth tens of millions of yuan.
Tesla China on Wednesday held a press conference to announce the official completion of the first supercharging station, which integrates energy storage and charging, in Lhasa, the "City of Sunlight".
Schneider Electric and CATL will cooperate in the fields of green smart factories, new energy power generation, safety electricity use, and energy storage.