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Ganfeng Lithium may make EV battery nickel chemicals in Indonesia – exec

(Reuters) – China’s Ganfeng Lithium Co Ltd, the world’s biggest lithium company by market capitalisation, is considering making nickel chemicals for electric vehicle (EV) batteries in Indonesia, its vice chairman told Reuters.

China’s Chengxin Tsingshan Team Up for 350 Million Indonesia Lithium Project

China’s Shenzhen Chengxin Lithium Group Co Ltd and an affiliate of steel and nickel giant Tsingshan Holding Group will invest in a US$350 million Indonesian lithium project to capture demand from the electric vehicle (EV) battery sector.

Manufacturing car battery

Indonesia made the first big step toward becoming a hub for car battery and electric vehicle (EV) manufacturing in Southeast Asia by embarking on the construction of a US$1.1 billion car battery factory in Karawang, West Java, last week, with production scheduled to start in mid-2024.

Indonesia poised to be major hub for car battery and EVs: Jakarta Post

Indonesia made the first big step toward becoming a hub for car battery and electric vehicle (EV) manufacturing in South-Eas Asia

Hyundai Motor, LG Energy Solution break ground for $1.1 bn EV battery plant in Indonesia

Hyundai Motor Group and LG Energy Solution Ltd. has begun construction of $1.1 billion first joint-venture electric vehicle battery cell production plant in Karawang industrial park in Indonesia that would serve as the base for EV inroads in Southeast Asia

NTU invention can prevent lithium-ion battery fires in PMDs and other devices

SINGAPORE – A new battery technology could soon prevent personal mobility devices (PMDs) and mobile phones from catching fire while charging.

Thailand looks at battery traction

THAILAND: The Ministry of Transport is pushing ahead with the procurement of battery railcars, and consideration is being given to local production and the conversion of existing diesel locomotives to battery power.

Indonesia’s First Pumped Storage Hydropower Plant to Support Energy Transition

The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors today approved a US$380 million loan to develop Indonesia’s first pumped storage hydropower plant, aiming to improve power generation capacity during peak demand, while supporting the country’s energy transition and decarbonization goals.

Malaysia’s Petronas announces hydrogen project with Japan’s Eneos

KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysia’s state energy company Petroliam Nasional (Petronas) and Japanese oil giant Eneos are exploring opportunities to develop a clean hydrogen supply chain between the two countries.

Mining firm to explore geothermal lithium in Thailand

Reported on stock gains by Australia stockmarket listed Pan Asia Metals, details emerge about ambitions of the company to explore geothermal lithium, as well as hard rock lithium and tin.