BJEV

AcronymDefinition
BJEVBeijing Electric Vehicle (Beijing Automotive Group; Beijing, China)
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According to the collaboration, Mercedes-Benz Energy and BJEV, which is a BAIC Group subsidiary, aims to use BJEV's old electric vehicle batteries for this purpose.
The first production of electric vehicles, BJEV's ARCFOX models, is expected for launch in late 2020.
These OEMs included BYD and BAIC BJEV, with whom the Group has more than 12 and four years of business relationships, respectively.
Both firms signed a framework agreement on further strengthening collaboration through investment for New Energy Vehicles in China, which included Daimler's intention to become a shareholder in BJEV. This closer cooperation with both BAIC and BJEV is intended to allow Daimler to further deepen its understanding of Chinese consumers' needs, especially in the field of NEV.
Hanergy CEO Si Haijian, said, Hanergys partnership with BAIC BJEV stands as a model for cooperation between the thin film solar and the new energy vehicle industries, reflecting the push within Chinese industry to transform energy production and consumption.
In June last year, Daimler and BAIC signed a framework agreement on further strengthening collaboration through investment for New Energy Vehicles in China, which included Daimler's intention to become shareholder in BJEV. This closer cooperation with both BAIC and BJEV will allow Daimler to further deepen its understanding of Chinese consumers' needs, especially in the field of NEV.
(BJEV), a subsidiary of the BAIC Group, with the purpose of strengthening strategic collaboration with BAIC in the NEV sector.
The network of strategic partners now includes 12 top automakers including BAIC BJEV, BYD, Chang'an Automobile Group, Chery Automobile Group, Dongfeng Passenger Vehicle, First Auto Works, Geely Auto, Hawtai Motor, JAC Motors, KIA Motors, Renault (RSNDF)-Nissan (NSANY)-Mitsubishi, and Zotye Auto.
Under the contract, BAIC BJEV will work with Hanergy to merge Hanergy's thin film solar solutions into the roofs of vehicles, providing auxiliary power and even functioning as the main power source.