SVOLT lays foundation for new battery plant in China
Battery cell manufacturer SVOLT has laid the foundation stone for a new battery factory in China. The factory in Yancheng in the Chinese province of Jiangsu is scheduled to go into operation in the first half of 2023 and will have an annual capacity of 22.3 gigawatt-hours.
SK On to build fourth battery plant in China
SK On, the battery division of the South Korean company SK Innovation, which was spun off at the beginning of October, is apparently planning its fourth and so far largest production facility for electric car batteries in China. According to an agency report, the new plant will not be part of a joint venture, but […]
Nissan to stop selling ICEs in China by 2025
Nissan plans to sell only electric and hybrid cars in China from 2025. The decision to electrify its entire model range in China follows against the background of the emerging ban on the registration of pure combustion engines in China from 2035.
SVOLT lining up battery production in Changzhou
The battery cell manufacturer SVOLT Energy Technology, which emerged from the Chinese car manufacturer Great Wall, has started production in its first plant. Two further construction phases are planned to increase capacity significantly.
BMW joint venture begins construction in China
Following the announcement that the joint venture Spotlight Automotive by BMW and Great Wall in China has received official approval for factory, BMW has now announced the official ground-breaking ceremony for the plant in Zhangjiagang in Jiangsu Province.
BMW & Great Wall to build electric Minis for China by 2021
In July 2018, BMW and Great Wall Motor signed an agreement for the production of Mini electric vehicles in China. There are now details, including the plans to build a factory in the Chinese province of Jiangsu where the first electric Minis will roll off the assembly line from 2021.