Vehicle component maker Luxshare Precision announced on February 11 that it has signed a strategic cooperation framework agreement with Chery Group.
Recently, Smart Green Charging, a supplier of electrical systems for new energy vehicles, announced the completion of a new round of financing worth 100 million yuan ($16 million).
Chongqing Changan New Energy Vehicle Inc. (Changan NEV) on Monday announced the completion of round-B financing totaling 4.977 billion yuan ($786.5 million).
According to Tianyancha APP, NIO Insurance Brokerage Co., Ltd. has been recently established with a registered capital of 50 million yuan ($7.9 million). The brokerage is 100% controlled by Chinese EV maker NIO.
JD Logistics, the shipping arm of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com, announced on January 22 that at present, it has distributed about 20,000 new energy vehicles in more than 50 cities across the country.
The CAAM released a report pointing out that the production and sales volume of new energy vehicles in China were 3.545 million and 3.521 million respectively.
On Tuesday, the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) released a report on the country's passenger car market for the month of December 2021.
On January 6, China Auto Dealers Chamber of Commerce (CADCC) and Cheegu jointly released the 2021 China Automobile Value Preservation Report.
SVOLT Energy Technology Co., Ltd. on Thursday signed a cooperation agreement with Shanghai Jiading District State-Owned Assets Management (Group) Co., Ltd., announcing the establishment of SVOLT Shanghai R&D Center.
The Guangzhou Development and Reform Commission issued the "14th Five-Year Plan" document on Wednesday, designed for the innovation and development of intelligent and new energy vehicles.
Li Yinan, founder of Niu Technologies, a China-based, US-listed maker of electric scooters, announced a new brand under the company's name: NIUTRON.
Thirty hydrogen fuel cell buses that were jointly developed by Yutong Group and SPIC Hydrogen Energy Co., Ltd. were officially delivered on Friday.
Since November this year, some car owners have reported that the computer chips loaded in Great Wall Motor's electric vehicle (EV) brand Ora are not consistent with official advertisements.
On December 8, China's National Big Data Alliance of New Energy Vehicles released mileage data regarding new energy vehicles in November, suggesting NEVs drove 9.8 billion km last month, up 46.32% year-on-year.
Recently, China's Ministry of Finance issued a subsidy aimed at achieving energy conservation and emissions reduction goals in 2022.