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Hong Kong company Shunfeng buys majority share of solar startup Suniva

Hong Kong clean energy company Shunfeng has acquired majority share of venture capital-backed solar startup Suniva, based in Georgia. The investment was reportedly $57.8 million for 63.13% of the company. 377 more words


ALTe China EV deal shows the risk of working with Chinese investors; reward is uncertain

The Chinese government’s recently-announced plan to promote the growth of the EV sector http://www.greencarcongress.com/2012/07/china-20120709.html in China has created a risky environment for foreign companies with EV technology.   1,124 more words

Boston Power founder Lampe-Onnerud says deal with China's BAIC based on performance

China’s central government finally seems to be getting serious about its plans to grow China’s new energy vehicle segment – and by serious I mean putting immense amounts of pressure on Chinese automakers to get moving with EV production.  681 more words

2 Mass. Battery Companies Landed Big Contracts With Chinese Companies

BOSTON (CBS) – Two well-known Massachusetts battery companies have landed lucrative contracts with Chinese companies.

A123 Systems of Waltham has signed an agreement with Wanxiang Group of China that could lead to as much as $450 million in investment. 176 more words


Is the U.S. government sending electric vehicle technology to China? Sort of.

The U.S. government is sending alternative fuel vehicle technology to China. Okay, that is a bit strong. But, the lack of funding for companies with such technology, and the strict criteria recipients of loans from the Department of Energy Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing program must meet, is forcing U.S. 1,090 more words

Why Boston Power Went to China?


Christina Lampe-Onnerud Boston Power


Christina Lampe-Onnerud, founder of the battery startup, discusses the advantages of moving the company’s manufacturing and research to China… 504 more words


Chinese government lures battery maker Boston Power to China. A new strategy?

Hey, wadda ya know. It appears the Chinese government is looking overseas for good battery technology. And putting its support where its mouth is.

Does this herald a new electric vehicle sector development strategy for China? 711 more words