2011-09-15

Johnson Controls to Build $100 Million Start-Stop Battery Plant in China

Johnson Controls is expanding its operations in China. As announced by the company during its press conference at the 64th Internationale Automobilausstellung, Johnson Controls plans to produce an annual capacity of 2.4 million Start-Stop batteries by 2015 for local .. more
2011-09-08

Galaxy Completes Off-Take Agreements for Battery Project

Galaxy Resources Limited (ASX: GXY, “Galaxy”) is pleased to advise it has signed off-take framework agreements with 13 Chinese electric bicycle (e-bike) manufacturers for 100% of the battery production from its proposed Lithium-Ion Battery Project (B.. more
2011-09-02

Green is What Future Looks Like

The Japanese nuclear power crisis has made countries around the world begin to adjust their nuclear policies, which will in turn help and stimulate the development of renewable energy. Investment experts are optimistic about the prospects of several relevant industries.. more
2011-08-12

China Implements a National Feed-in-Tariff Rate

Even with the expansion of manufacturing capacity for China's solar module firms, the country's domestic demand has lagged behind the rest of the world. Currently, China's has around one gigawatt (GW) of solar generation capacity. The province of Qinghai ha.. more
2011-08-05

The Chinese Solar Market Turned to a New Page

Currently, the global solar market is largely dependent on Germany and Italy’s market condition. According to EnergyTrend, in 2010, the global installation volume is 15 GW of which Germany (7.4GW) and Italy (3GW) together account for more than 65%. China i.. more
2011-08-05

BYD Turbo-charged Engine with Dual-clutch Transmission Put into Mass Production

BYD’s Turbo-charged Engine with Dual-clutch Transmission (Ti + DCT), comes into mass production officially at BYD Huizhou plant. The production line initially plans to produce 1.5Ti+DCT powertrain system which is equipped on G6 - BYD’s f.. more
2011-08-04

Chinese Electric Vehicle Market 2020 Outlook

The growing population, limited oil supply, and governor’s inclining attitude toward large investment projects have led many auto makers to believe the Chinese market has much great potential to cultivate. According to central authority close to the matter, the Chine.. more

 

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