EV Battery Giant CATL Planning $2 Billion IPO To Fund Expansion, Including New 24 GWh Manufacturing Plant

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Nov 202017
 

The China-based electric vehicle battery manufacturer Contemporary Amperex Technology Co Ltd (CATL) is now planning a $ 2 billion IPO to be completed by the end of June 2018, with the funds to be used to accelerate the company’s expansion plans
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Scott Pruitt Already Planning Rollback Of EPA Authority, But Gets Graded Down By Environmental Academics

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Feb 272017
 

The US Environmental Protection Agency’s new administrator, Scott Pruitt, has already signaled plans to roll back several Obama-era policies and planned to provide businesses with “regulatory certainty” — but at the same time, his first speech has been graded a D+ or C- by environmental academics

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Exercise Ice Maiden: the Army women planning to cross Antarctica unsupported – Telegraph.co.uk

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Sep 182016
 

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Exercise Ice Maiden: the Army women planning to cross Antarctica unsupported
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This uncommon wedding guest behaviour is down to Montagne being one of 12 prospective members of Exercise Ice Maiden, who in October next year will attempt to become the first all-female British team to cross Antarctica on skis, unsupported. All are in …

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Karma Automotive & Faraday Future Planning Large Factories In Same Chinese City

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Aug 152016
 

Karma Atlantic

In a sign of just how much Chinese money is now shaping the electric vehicle industry, it’s been revealed that Karma Automotive and Faraday Future will both be building new manufacturing facilities in the same Chinese city, according to recent reports. Despite developing these new facilities in the same city (Hangzhou), it should be noted [&hellip

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Volkswagen Planning Big Investments In Plug-In Vehicles & SUVs In China

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May 032016
 

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Volkswagen Group is planning to invest around €4 billion in conjunction with its joint venture partners in China in 2016, according to a recent press release. The investment funds will be used primarily to support the company’s focus on the SUV and “new energy vehicle” markets in the country. The investment funding for the market [&hellip

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Dozens to rally before Carson Planning Commission decides fate of fracking ban and oil code

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Jul 282015
 

The City of Carson was in the process of updating the oil and gas code when California … the City Council committed to update the oil and gas code and pursue legislation to ban fracking, acidizing and well stimulation techniques. There are sixty-seven …
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BYD Planning For First Brazilian Factory To Open In 2015

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Jul 202014
 

One of the major players in the EV industry, BYD Auto, is now currently aiming for its first Brazilian (and first South American) manufacturing plant to open sometime in 2015.

The factory — which is set to be built in the city of Campinas in the São Paulo region of the country — will cover the whole manufacturing and assembly process of the company’s highly touted long-range EV buses, including the recyclable Iron-Phosphate battery packs that they use.

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The factory will be built with an investment of around R$ 200,000,000 ($ 89.5 million), and will result in the creation of somewhere around 450 new local jobs.

“In the first year of operation (starting in 2015), the plant will have a maximum production capacity of 1,000 electric buses as well as all of their batteries,” stated BYD Brazil’s General Manager Tyler Li. “This is the first stage of manufacturing expansion. BYD chose Campinas because of this city’s spirit of innovation and their goal of building a cleaner society. Along with the buses and batteries, our dream is to build solar panels and energy storage systems here to help the region achieve their zero emissions goals.”

BYD’s Founder and Chairman, Wang Chuanfu, echoed that statement: “BYD chose Campinas because of this city’s spirit of innovation and their goal of building a cleaner society. Along with the buses and batteries, our dream is to build solar panels and energy storage systems here to help the region achieve their zero emissions goals.”

The two (as of now) manufacturing facilities will cover about 32,000m2, and 20,000m2, respectively. In addition to said facilities, the planned “second phase” of BYD’s development at the site will include an R&D center for the company’s related businesses (solar PV, smart-grid, and LEDs).

Jonas Donizette, the Mayor of Campinas, chimed in on the subject: “BYD fits very well in our City’s quest to attract investments, it is a company that produces goods and technologies related to the use of renewable energies, and also operates in key segments for the future of cities with sustainable urban mobility plans.”

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Boomer travel: Planning a trip to Antarctica – MarketWatch

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Jul 022014
 

Boomer travel: Planning a trip to Antarctica
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Antarctica is expected to attract about 37,000 travelers in late 2014 and early 2015. In the late 1950s, when tourists first ventured to the region, about 500 visited each tourism season, according to the International Association of Antarctica Tour

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Planning a Trip to Antarctica – Wall Street Journal

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Jun 222014
 

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Planning a Trip to Antarctica
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If it's summer, it's time to begin planning your next trip south. As in far south. Antarctica is expected to attract about 37,000 travelers in late 2014 and early 2015. In the late 1950s, when tourists first ventured to the region, about 500 visited

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Report: Snowden planning to stay in Russia, given documents to leave airport – Daily Caller

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Jul 252013
 

Report: Snowden planning to stay in Russia, given documents to leave airport
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National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden is considering making his stay in Russia permanent, a lawyer connected to the fugitive said on Wednesday, shortly before the news broke that Russian authorities have given Snowden the documents 

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