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Weichai Power and Ceres Power ink strategic partnership to jointly develop SOFC fuel cell range extender for electric buses

WEIFANG, Shandong – Weichai Power and Ceres Power, developer of the SteelCell®, a world-leading, low cost Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) technology, signed a strategic cooperation agreement here on May 16, where the two will jointly develop SOFC fuel cell range extender systems for China’s fast growing electric bus market.

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Weichai Group annual sales top ¥200 billion, eyes $100 billion by 2030

JINAN, Shandong – Weichai Holding Group Co., Ltd., China’s leading comprehensive manufacturer of engines, vehicles and equipment, is looking to achieve annual sales revenues of $100 billion by 2030. The announcement was made by Tan Xuguang, chairman of Weichai as well as chairman and Party secretary of parent company Shandong Heavy

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Weichai Power opens innovation center in Aschaffenburg and signs design consultancy LOI with AVL

ASCHAFFENBURG, Germany – Weichai Power opened a science and technology innovation center in Aschaffenburg, Germany on November 20 and signed a design consultancy letter of interest (LOI) with AVL to jointly build a future technology innovation center at Weichai. Tan Xuguang, chairman of Weichai Power, mentioned that Weichai Power invested

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Diesel engine sales up 23.55 percent in July

Based on the latest data from China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM), a total of 187,272 diesel engines were sold in July, jumping 23.55 percent from a year earlier. From January to July, diesel engine sales reached 1,607,599 units, up 1.13 percent, turning positive from the 0.82 percent drop in the January-June period.

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Yuchai and Weichai compete for stricter emissions standards market

As the heavy-duty truck market slumped in the first half, engine manufacturers were also hit heavily. Thus, many of them started to compete fiercely in specific market segments as a tactic. Beijing started to implement the Beijing-V emissions standards for heavy-duty trucks from June 1 with the stricter Super Beijing-V

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