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Top Japanese automakers to back charging stations

TOKYO — Toyota, Nissan, Mitsubishi Motors and Honda will join forces to provide funding and payment processing for electric-vehicle charging stations in Japan.

: Auto/Trans, Energy

Bosch develops ECUs for fuel cell vehicles

On airports, emission-free mobility is taking shape. Baggage tractors, mobile working machines and other vehicles on airports are increasingly powered with fuel cells. At the MobiliTec exposition in Hanover, Bosch Engineering announced to provide electronic control units (ECUs) for these vehicles.

: Auto/Trans, Energy

Philips and ABB collaborate on connected lighting systems

ABB, a leading power and automation technology provider, and Royal Philips have announced a collaboration to simplify the integration of connected lighting systems and building device control for commercial buildings.

: Energy, Industrial

Natel adds lithium-ion assembly capabilities

Natel EMS now has the capability and infrastructure to manufacture lithium-ion battery assemblies for all energy applications.

: EMS, Energy |

2 Samsung units merging to up game in electric-car batteries

SEOUL — Samsung SDI said Monday that it will absorb another group member that makes lithium-ion batteries and electronics materials, aiming to strengthen development of such products as batteries for electric vehicles.

: Auto/Trans, Energy

Foxconn cooperating with China-based BAIC for EV market

Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) is reportedly cooperating with China-based Beijing Automotive Group (BAIC) to develop new-energy batteries for electric cars, hoping to gain advantages in China’s new energy vehicle (NEV) market, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.

: Auto/Trans, EMS, Energy

Eaton to Establish Manufacturing Facility in the Philippines

Power management company Eaton today announced that it will invest in a new manufacturing facility in the Philippines for its electrical business to further expand its operations in the Asia Pacific market. A groundbreaking ceremony was held today, and was attended by representatives from government, local organizations and Eaton leadership.

: Energy, Industrial