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  1. Tesla plans to produce electric car chargers in China

    By Yilei Sun and Brenda Goh

    BEIJING, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Tesla Inc said on Thursday it planned to start making electric vehicle (EV) chargers in China in 2021, part of the U.S.
    carmaker's push to boost sales in the world's biggest car market.

    Tesla, which now sells its Model 3 electric cars in China and plans to deliver its Model Y sport utility vehicles in 2021, plans to invest 42 million yuan ($6.4 million) in a new factory to make its third generation of quick ...
  2. Eyes on Norway to boost electric car sales

    Norway has the way to boost electric car sales and bitcoincash electron wallet Australia should follow its policy highway, a think tank argues.

    The Australia Institute has released a paper looking at the policies Norway has used to give it the highest share of electric vehicle sales per capita in the world.

    The Scandinavian country has an ambitious target of ending the sale ...
  3. TABLE-Japan nuclear reactor operations: Kyushu Electric restarts...

    TOKYO, Dec 2 (Reuters) - Japan's Kyushu Electric Power has restarted the No.

    3 reactor at its Genkai nuclear plant in southwestern Japan after scheduled maintenance, a spokesman said on Wednesday. The utility began booting up the 1,180-megawatt (MW) reactor on Nov. 21 after carrying out regular maintenance and refuelling, the spokesman said by phone.
    With the restart, Japan now has three operating nuclear reactors with a total capacity of 3,250 MW. Many reactors are still going ...
  4. China-led shift to electric vehicles to help end 'oil era' - study

    SHANGHAI, Nov 20 (Reuters) - An aggressive China-led shift to electric vehicles is expected to slash global oil demand growth by 70% by 2030 and will help bring an end to the "oil era", according to research by the Carbon Tracker think tank published on Friday.

    Within 10 years, electron bch China could save more than $80 billion in annual oil import costs as new-energy vehicles (NEVs) become increasingly competitive, Carbon Tracker said.

    Its calculations were ...
  5. China's Great Wall plans new electric, smart vehicle brand - sources

    BEIJING/SHANGHAI, Dec 10 (Reuters) - China's Great Wall Motor plans to launch a new standalone brand for electric and smart vehicles, sources familiar with the plan said, as automakers in world's biggest car market pursue growth in the new segment.

    Inspired by the market success of electric vehicle leader Tesla Inc, as well as Chinese startups Nio Inc, Li Auto and Xpeng Inc, several Chinese automakers this year announced plans for new electric brands, mostly to offer more expensive ...