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What's Next For Chinese-Owned Battery Maker A123?

What's Next For Chinese-Owned Battery Maker A123?

When battery maker A123 Systems went bankrupt, it seemed to be just one in a long line of failed energy startups--albeit one with some high-profile customers. Stalled battery production after A123's bankruptcy is considered one of the main catalyst's for Fisker's litany of struggles, while... read more

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Venucia E30 (Chinese version of Nissan Leaf electric car), Guangzhou Auto Show [photo: ChinaAutoWeb]

China Adds More Electric-Car Subsidies, Still Ignores Hybrids

China has launched a new round of subsidies to jump start minimal electric-car sales. The government will offer up to 60,000 yuan (about $9,800) to buyers of all-electric... read more September 20, 2013 by 


 
BYD Qin plug-in hybrid sedan, unveiled at Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, April 2012

BYD Plans Electric Supercar, More Powerful Plug-In Hybrid

BYD Auto hasn't been in the news much lately, but the largest privately-owned Chinese carmaker hasn't backed away from its ambitious plans. According to China Car Times, BYD... read more September 11, 2013 by 


 
Traffic in Atlanta, Georgia during rush hour (via Wikimedia)

Study: China Could Soon Find Itself In Traffic Jam Hell

China has already emerged as the world’s largest car market, surpassing the U.S. in 2009. According to a new study, it could also become the home of the world’s... read more September 2, 2013 by 


 
Website of 'Tesla Motors China', Aug 2013

Will Tesla Trademark Tangle Delay Electric Car's China Launch?

With its Model S on sale in the U.S. for more than a year now, and the first European delivery in Norway this month, Tesla is turning its attention to China. The company has... read more August 23, 2013 by 


 
Chinese electric car maker names its top-secret tech after Edward Snowden

Chinese Electric Car Maker Dubs Its Top-Secret Tech 'Snowden,' After You-Know-Who

Sometimes, you just can't make them up. A small Chinese electric car firm is currently seeking permission to name its new electric car technology 'Snowden'--named for the... read more August 20, 2013 by 


 
Ferrari 458 on fire in Brazil

Cars Bursting Into Flames All Over China--And They're Not Electric

Discovering fire is undoubtedly a high point in mankind's history, but it's easy to overlook its benefits when it's consuming something you own. We'll forgive you if your... read more August 5, 2013 by  9


 
Solar Field, Mojave Desert [Credit: ©2012 Jamey Stillings, courtesy of the Forward Thinking Museum]

Solar Power Initiative By DoE Could Make Grid Electricity Cleaner, Cheaper

Some of our electric car-owning readers already reap the benefits of solar energy with roof-mounted panels, but on a grid level solar still has a long way to go. The U.S... read more August 5, 2013 by  3


 
2013 Tesla Model S

Tesla In China: Promised Land, Huge Risks...Or Both?

Despite its pollution problems, China has never shown much interest in the electric car and sales have been a mere fraction of a fraction of the country's huge new car... read more July 30, 2013 by  18


 
China

China Takes Air Pollution More Seriously: $280 Billion Worth, Supposedly

We cover China's air pollution problems with depressing frequency on Green Car Reports, but the country's pollution problems have until now been far more than token schemes... read more July 29, 2013 by  6


 
Fisker Atlantic concept unveiling before New York Auto Show, April 2012

Yet Another Chinese Suitor For Fisker: BAIC Kicks The Tires

We haven't heard much about Fisker Automotive in the last few months. The company still hasn't declared bankruptcy, it hasn't yet been bought, and it is still apparently in... read more July 19, 2013 by  14


 
2013 Tesla Model S

Tesla Model S Early Orders In Hong Kong Strong, Says Company

An inordinate quantity of the internet's exotic car pictures seem to originate from Hong Kong. People certainly appreciate their fancy cars over there, that's for sure. That... read more July 6, 2013 by  6


 
Beijing smog

Smog-Choked Chinese City Bans Car Sales, Adds Lottery For Permits

China is fast becoming an air quality disaster zone. On several occasions over the past six months, smog levels in major cities have reached hazardous levels, requiring fast... read more June 19, 2013 by  5


 
Beijing Smog by Flickr user michaelhenley

Beijing Adds Pollution Tax To Fuel To Curb Huge Smog Problems

Smog-choked Chinese capital Beijing will be the first city in the country to introduce a new pollution tax. Following months of pollution far above safe levels, major Chinese... read more June 3, 2013 by  5


 
GreenTech Automotive electric sedan

Greentech Auto's Electric Sedan: Haven't We Seen This Before?

Suppose you took a Chinese-made compact sedan, converted it to a battery-electric vehicle, and sold it in the U.S. market. Does that story line sound familiar? If so, you may... read more April 29, 2013 by  4


 
Smart ebike electric bicycle

Electric Two-Wheelers Run Rampant In China, Outrun Regulations

China might be one of the biggest car markets on the planet, but for makers of electric and hybrid vehicles, it's a tough one to crack. The same cannot be said for electric... read more April 24, 2013 by  18


 
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