CATL ups claims by 176% as patent battle with smaller rival CALB escalates
CATL is now seeking more than RMB 510 million in damages from CALB, a 176 percent increase from the previous RMB 185 million.
CALB plans to increase Wuhan base capacity by 150% to 50 GWh
The first phase of CALB's Wuhan base was signed on May 31 last year, with a planned capacity of 20 GWh, and the main plant was topped out in March.
CALB signs deal to build new battery plant with planned investment of about $1.57 billion
CALB currently has seven manufacturing sites and aims to have 1,000 GWh of capacity by 2030.
CALB taps into EV battery fever with Hong Kong IPO plan
China's No. 3 electric vehicle battery maker reportedly hopes to raise up to $1.5 billion, becoming Hong Kong's biggest listing so far this year.
EV battery maker CALB files for Hong Kong IPO
CALB's first filing did not mention the amount it plans to raise, but media reports previously suggested its IPO could raise up to $1.5 billion.
XPeng reportedly to replace CATL with CALB for cost reasons, EV maker responds
XPeng will gradually replace the batteries originally supplied by CATL with those from CALB, as the price of CATL's products has risen too much, according to local media. However, the company denied it in a response sent to CnEVPost.
CALB signs deal to build new bases in Guangdong, expected to shorten battery supply to XPeng
CALB will build a battery production facility with a planned annual capacity of 50 GWh in Guangzhou, where XPeng is headquartered.
CATL dominates China EV battery market with 52.1% share in 2021
BYD ranks second with 25.06 GWh of installed power battery capacity and 16.2 percent market share in 2021.
EV battery maker CALB plans HK IPO, aims to raise $1 billion
CALB is the third largest EV battery maker in China, with a market share behind CATL and BYD.
XPeng said to add CALB as its new battery supplier despite pressure from CATL
An XPeng source has hinted that the report is true, saying that the supply chain of components for vehicle production needs to be continually improved.