|Bid||59.70 x 0|
|Ask||59.71 x 0|
|Day's Range||59.68 - 61.15|
|52 Week Range||59.42 - 121.80|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.05|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||28.16|
|Earnings Date||Aug 24, 2023 - Aug 28, 2023|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.16 (0.25%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Jul 08, 2022|
|1y Target Est||92.80|
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EVE Energy Co., Ltd. ("EVE Energy" or "the Company"), a leading lithium-ion battery manufacturer and energy storage solutions provider, recently participated in the 2nd China International Battery Industry Cooperation Summit held in Shenzhen on May 17, 2023 and the International Conference on the Frontier Technology of Advanced Batteries. Mr. Samuel Sang, Vice President of EVE Energy, and Dr. Zheng Zhong from the EVE Energy's Central Research Institute of Lithium Energy respectively focused on l
EVE Energy Co., Ltd. (EVE Energy), a leading lithium-ion battery manufacturer and energy storage solutions provider, was well represented at the 4th International New Energy Vehicles and Power Battery Expo (CIBF2023), held at the Shenzhen International Convention and Exhibition Center on May 16. Company Chairman Dr. Liu Jincheng attended the opening ceremony and delivered a keynote speech, sharing the enterprise's journey toward internationalization in the battery space.
EVE Energy Co., Ltd. (EVE Energy), a leading lithium-ion battery manufacturer and energy storage solutions provider, is marking this year's Mother's Day by proudly sharing the inspiring story of Zhao Yi, the company's Director of the President's Office and International Project Director, as an outstanding woman leader. Zhao's career and personal growth exemplify the importance of a work-life balance as well as the company's commitment to fostering a positive work culture.
EVE Energy, a leading lithium-ion battery manufacturer, is promoting equal and inclusive workplace culture and environment in STEM industry to empower and support women in the industry of energy storage across the organization, in response to the continued global focus on DE&I (Diversity, Equality & Inclusion).
EVE Energy ("EVE"; SHE 300014), one of the world's leading battery technology companies, has launched production at its sections 6, 7, 8, and 9 battery plants in Jingmen, Hubei province, totaling 73GWh of capacity, in response to significant growth in market demand. The company held a ceremony to mark their commissioning, while also breaking ground for the construction of a 60GWh Super Factory, also in the central Chinese city.
EVE Energy Co., Ltd. ("EVE"; SHE 300014), one of the world's leading battery technology companies, recently received the ASPICE CL2 certification from the German Federation of the Automotive Industry ("VDA"), indicating that the company's battery management systems ("BMS") have reached an international industry-leading standard.
EVE Energy ("EVE"; SHE 300014), one of the world's leading battery technology companies, recently inaugurated a CNY2 billion research and development center in Huizhou, Guangdong province, after 16 months of construction.
EVE Energy Co., Ltd., ("EVE"; SHE 300014) one of the world's leading battery technology companies, took to the stage in Munich to present its core products and solutions at the 2022 Electronica expo, that ran from November 15th to 18th.
BMW will power its new class of electric vehicles to be released in 2025 with cylindrical battery cells made in six factories by partners including China's CATL and EVE Energy as the carmaker looks to speed up charging and extend driving range. The German carmaker has already placed multibillion-euro orders with CATL and EVE to produce battery cells at four factories in China and Europe, it said on Friday, adding it was seeking partners able to build two more factories in the United States and Mexico. BMW said it would sign contracts for up to 20 gigawatt hours of capacity at each of the six plants.
China-based cell maker Eve Energy will supply cylindrical lithium-ion batteries to BMW AG's (BAMXF) new EVs from 2025. BMW's shift to the new battery type is perhaps to economize costs.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) -China's EVE Energy Co Ltd will supply BMW with large cylindrical batteries for its electric cars in Europe, two people with knowledge of the matter said, as the German automaker follows Tesla Inc in adopting the new technology. EVE has signed contracts to be BMW's primary supplier of the battery cells in Europe for its new series of electric vehicles due to hit the market from 2025, said one of the people who has direct knowledge of the deal. Tesla this year started manufacturing its new larger-format 4680 cylindrical battery - denoting 46 millimetres in diameter and 80 millimetres in length.