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CATL slows battery investment plan for U.S., Mexico-sources

Chinese battery giant CATL has slowed its planning for investment in battery plants in North America on concern that new…

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Automobile

CATL Q3 profit surges as EV battery output jumps

SHANGHAI — CATL, the world’s largest electric vehicle battery maker, said on Friday its third-quarter profit nearly tripled year-on-year, buoyed…

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Canada

NextStar Energy battery plant to begin hiring in November

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News Publishing date: Oct 20, 2022  •  33 minutes ago  •  3 minute read  •  Join…

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Entertainment

Jury finds Kevin Spacey not liable for battery

In a victory for Kevin Spacey, a New York jury on Thursday found him not liable for battery on allegations…

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Automobile

BMW tests hydrogen burner in Leipzig paint shop, expands battery assembly lines

LEIPZIG — BMW is testing a burner able to operate on both hydrogen and gas in its paint shop in…

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Automobile

BMW boosts battery assembly in Germany for Mini crossover EV

LEIPZIG — BMW is adding a third battery assembly line and five cell varnishing lines at its Leipzig plant in…

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Automobile

Slovakia’s InoBat eyes electric car battery plant in Spain

MADRID — Slovakian battery manufacturer InoBat has signed a declaration of intent with the Spanish government to set up an…

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Tech

Biden admin awards $2.8 billion to ramp up US EV battery production | Engadget

The Department of Energy is awarding $2.8 billion in grants to 20 companies across the US that will promote the…

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Automobile

U.S. awards $2.8 billion for EV battery, grid projects

The supply-chain effort, led by a White House steering committee and coordinated by the Department of Energy with support from…

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Automobile

Stellantis eyeing two more North American battery plants by 2030

DETROIT — Stellantis will need four EV battery plants in North America by 2030, the company’s North American COO said…

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