On April 22nd, JD Logistics announced that it will gradually introduce 1.5 million units of reusable express packaging and promote a shared recycling model for such packaging.
GCL Perovskite, a perovskite solar module developer under GCL Technology Holdings Limited, a leading Chinese photovoltaic material manufacturer, announced on December 14 its securing of 500 million yuan ($72 million) in a B+ round of financing.
On August 15, JD Logistics announced that it has put its first batch of battery-swapping new energy vehicles (NEVs) into operation.
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 15, Beijing-based Circue announced that it has completed round-A financing worth tens of millions of yuan.
Shenzhen-based automotive firm BYD announced on August 11 that its Pingshan headquarters campus has reduced the equivalent of 245,681.89 tons of carbon dioxide, successfully creating the first zero-carbon campus headquarters for a Chinese automotive brand.
On August 2, China's National Energy Administration held an online press conference to announce the country's current energy situation and grid-connected operations of renewable energy in the first half of 2022.
On August 1, China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, National Development and other two departments issued the Implementation Plan for Carbon Peaking in the Industrial Sector.
Cross-border fast fashion e-commerce platform SHEIN announced on April 28 that it has launched a new product line called "evoluSHEIN," which commenced sales globally on April 29.
On Friday, under the guidance of the China Bicycle Industry Association and hosted by Hello Inc., China's Bicycle Travel Industry Summit Forum and the 4th Hello Ecological Partner Conference were held in Shanghai.
Baidu on Tuesday officially unveiled six methods to accomplish its carbon neutrality target at the operational level by 2030.
On October 22, Lenovo celebrated the launch of its new headquarters in the Phase II of Zhongguancun Software Park, the high-tech zone in the northwest of Beijing, with chairman and CEO of Lenovo Yang Yuanqing attending the ceremony. The company aims to create a Silicon Valley style working environment for all its employees.