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  • Europe Throws Billions At New EV Battery Ventures

    Authored by Irina Slav via, Europe is slowly but surely working to catch up with the world’s largest EV battery producers after it was almost terminally late to the party. After years of neglecting the lack of local battery production capabilities, now the EU has announced yet another consortium in the area, a tie-up among carmakers, energy companies, and others interested in building battery capacity in Europe. Forbes’ Brussels correspondent Dave Keating reports that the...

    Zero Hedge
  • Volkswagen to make batteries in Germany, slim down

    Volkswagen will invest almost 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) in battery cell production at a facility in western Germany and is seeking to simplify the group by spinning off or selling units, the automaker said on Monday.

  • Nissan thinks its batteries will outlast the EVs they're in by a decade or more

    There's just the matter of figuring out what to do with them all.

  • Make or break for cashed-up Chinese teams in Asian CL

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - Despite the significant sums of money spent by Chinese Super League teams on big-name foreign stars, three of its four representatives in the Asian Champions League are in danger of first-round elimination this week. Only Shandong Luneng, inspired by former Manchester United star Marouane Fellaini

    The Washington Times