Nowadays, the number of new energy vehicles in China has exceeded 10 million, and more and more consumers are choosing to buy electric cars. Recently, Xiaoju Charging, a smart charging operator under DiDi Chuxing, launched "Xiaoju Preferred Station", which focuses on improving users' charging experience from operational, service and product technology aspects.
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.
ZD Power, a Chinese smart energy solution provider, announced on October 27 that it had completed an A Round of financing exceeding 100 million yuan ($13.8 million). This round of financing was led by GL Ventures and was followed by Source Code Capital and Creo Capital.
Leading Chinese new energy vehicle and battery firm BYD announced on October 21 that its cumulative output of photovoltaic modules in Brazil has exceeded 2 million.
WeView, a Shanghai-based new energy storage enterprise, announced on September 21 that it had completed several rounds of financing in six months, with a total amount exceeding 400 million yuan ($56.8 million).
On August 18, China's Ministry of Science and Technology and other eight departments announced the "Implementation Plan of Carbon Peaking and Carbon Neutralization Supported by Science and Technology (2022-2030)."
On August 15, Beijing-based Circue announced that it has completed round-A financing worth tens of millions of yuan.
On August 8, the southern Chinese metropolis of Guangzhou put a first batch of 24 hydrogen-powered sanitation trucks into operation in its Huangpu District.
Haitai Solar, a photovoltaic module manufacturer based in China, on August 8 officially listed to the Beijing Stock Exchange.
On August 2, China's Datang Sanya 60 MW PV flat-rate grid pilot project was announced to have been successfully connected to the grid on July 29.
Li Changqing, an official of China's State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR), said that the authority is establishing a new energy vehicle accident reporting system and has set up an accident investigation cooperation network.
Wang Yang, the founder and CEO of NaaS Technology Inc., a charging services company, said that calculated on the basis of 80 million new energy vehicles in China by 2030, the growth will require at least 20 million public charging piles and 30 million private charging piles at that time.
On July 26, the Korean electric vehicle battery manufacturer LG Energy Solution announced that it would establish a battery recycling joint venture in China with the Chinese new energy Li-ion battery material research and development manufacturer, Huayou Cobalt.
On July 26, digital mapping company NavInfo announced that its subsidiary, charging service provider Matrix Mobility, had reached a deal with NaaS.
After nearly half a year, the lawsuit between battery developer SVOLT and industry giant CATL has come to an end.
SVOLT announced on July 19 that its battery lab has developed China's first batch of 20Ah sulfide-based all-solid-state prototype batteries.
Shenzhen Growatt has submitted a prospectus to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) in a bid to list on its main board. The co-sponsors of the move are Credit Suisse and CICC.
The manufacturer of new energy equipment Wuxi Lead Intelligent Equipment Co., Ltd. (LEAD) announced on Tuesday that it has signed a cooperation agreement with German Volkswagen to provide solutions for its 20 GWh lithium battery equipment.
iBattery Cloud has recently completed a pre-A round of financing totaling over 100 million yuan ($14.98 million), led by BlueRun Ventures and followed by Fosun Group and K2VC.
Aits New Energy Co., Ltd., a Shanghai-based new energy technology company, added a new shareholder Hainan Jimu Venture Capital Co., Ltd., an affiliated company of Xiaomi.