Tag: Sunderland

Oct 25, 2021 - 02:38 pm

Envision AESC aims for 38 GWh in Sunderland

The planned Envision AESC battery factory at the Nissan plant in Sunderland, England, will have an annual capacity of 11 GWh when it opens in 2024 and an annual capacity of up to 38 GWh in a potential final expansion stage. Both figures exceed those previously made public.

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Jul 6, 2021 - 10:18 am

JLR rumoured to be AESC’s next customer

Following AESC’s deal with Nissan in Sunderland, a second British manufacturer is now interested in the batteries from the Chinese-Japanese company. This was revealed by AESC CEO who mentioned talks were underway with several manufacturers.

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Jul 2, 2021 - 12:11 pm

Nissan teases crossover BEV

Nissan has shown the first teaser images of its new all-electric crossover model based on the CMF EV platform from the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance. It looks like this is the model that will be built at the Sunderland plant in the UK.

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Jul 1, 2021 - 10:58 am

Nissan confirms Sunderland battery plant & new BEV model

Nissan has now officially confirmed that Envision AESC will build a battery factory at its plant in Sunderland, England. A new electric model will also be produced there in the future. Both announcements are part of a £1 billion initiative by Nissan and Envision AESC called EV36Zero.

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May 29, 2021 - 04:54 pm

Nissan & Envision AESC to build battery plants in the UK & Japan

Nissan and Chinese battery manufacturer Envision AESC plan to invest more than 200 billion yen (just under 1.5 billion euros) in battery factories for electric cars in the UK and Japan. The two plants are expected to deliver battery output for 700,000 electric vehicles per year from 2024.

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May 27, 2021 - 12:14 pm

AESC to build battery plant in Sunderland

According to new media reports, a factory for electric car batteries is to be built at the British Nissan plant in Sunderland, which will be operated by the Chinese battery manufacturer Envision AESC. Nissan had sold its battery subsidiary AESC to Envision Group in 2018, but still holds a minority stake.

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Jan 22, 2021 - 02:29 pm

Nissan’s UK plant in Sunderland secured

The future of the British Nissan plant in Sunderland is secure in the long term due to the trade agreement reached between the UK and the EU. In return, the Japanese automaker is even investing in the English site.

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Dec 17, 2020 - 10:21 pm

Nissan opts against making Ariya EV in UK due to Brexit

Nissan decided against assigning the Sunderland plant to make the new Ariya model. All hopes to increase if not secure production in Britain with the new electric car are dashed as the company appears to have changed plans, possibly due to a no-deal Brexit.

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Apr 17, 2019 - 12:43 am

Fastned gets ready for HPC & Autocharge in UK

Fastned opens its first ultra-fast charging station in the United Kingdom. Two charge columns stand ready to offer up to 350 kW on a multi-charger site in Sunderland, near the factory where Nissan produces all Leaf EVs for the European market.

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Jul 2, 2015 - 08:48 am

Nissan builds 17,000 Leaf in Sunderland.

More than 17,000 Nissan Leaf rolled off the production line in British Sunderland in 2014, thus doubling EV production at the plant compared to 2013. There is space to scale though, as Sunderland produced more than half a million vehicles in total last year.
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Dec 5, 2014 - 09:24 am

Porsche 918 Spyder assembly, Nissan battery production, Events.

Reading tip 1: Autoblog got access to Porsche’s 918 Spyder assembly plant in Zuffenhausen, Germany, where hundreds of already manufactured parts are “assembled into a perfectly finished product”. The picture gallery lets you take part in the visit.
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Reading tip 2: Transport Evolved is running a three part series on Nissan’s battery production and got to peek behind the curtain of the production facility in Sunderland, England. Get ready for part one.
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Events for the upcoming week: International CTI Symposium – Automotive transmissions, HEV and EV drives (Dec 8 – 11; Berlin, Germany) ++ Live Webinar: Battery Testing with Calorimetry (Dec 9) ++ FIA Formula E – Round 3 (Dec 13; Punta del Este, Uruguay)

You can find a complete list of upcoming industry events at electrive.com/calendar

Jul 7, 2014 - 08:18 am

Ireland, Sunderland, Scotland, Dresden.

Call for charging solutions: In the country’s first “Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) competition,” the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is calling for ideas for charging solutions for multi-story as well as underground car parks. The winner will receive 200,000 euros (271,700 dollars) to develop a prototype.
businessandleadership.com, siliconrepublic.com

50 charging points and growing: UK city of Sunderland is investing 500 million pounds (857m dollars) in getting people to switch from petrol to electricity. Money will flow into research, as well as into the extension of the city’s charging network – already one of the best in the country. The goal is to become a national hub for the low carbon economy.
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Scotland gets three new public charging stations: The new locations are funded by the Scottish Government through Transport Scotland. While the charge point in Dumfries most likely is a DC quick charger, the sites in Annan and Castle Douglas seem to offer AC charging only.
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EmiD kick-off: The showcase project “Electric mobility in Dresden” (EmiD) is headed by Fraunhofer Institute IVI and is supported by the city of Dresden, the Technical University of Dresden and local government bodies. Together, they have purchased and will test an electric fleet consisting of 16 electric vehicles to find out what is keeping people from using electric cars.
saena.de, elektromobilitaet-verbindet.de (both in German)

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https://www.electrive.com/2021/10/25/envision-aesc-aims-for-38-gwh-in-sunderland/
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