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Posts Tagged: Electric Vehicles in Indonesia

Britishvolt forms JV to source nickel sulphate from Indonesia

Battery pioneer Britishvolt will partner with VKTR, a new division of Indonesian industrial conglomerate Bakrie & Brothers, to develop a supply of nickel sulphate from Indonesia. A new joint venture called Indovolt BV VKTR will establish a nickel sulphate facility in Indonesia to supply battery raw materials to Britishvolt’s Gigaplant in Northumberland, England. The companies… Read more »

New Hyundai plant to produce EVs in Indonesia

Hyundai has launched a new automotive plant that will produce Indonesia’s first locally assembled EV. In 2019, Hyundai said it would invest $1.55 billion in the plant by 2030. Initial capacity is 150,000 vehicles per year, and this will later be expanded to 250,000. The new assembly plant will be linked with a Hyundai-LG joint… Read more »

Shell stations in Indonesia use ABB Terra 54 chargers

Oil giant Shell is installing EV chargers at its gas stations around the world. Three Shell stations in the Indonesian cities of Pluit, Antasari and Jagorawi will soon offer public charging using ABB’s Terra 54 DC fast chargers. Customers can charge free for 30 minutes if they buy a pastry and a cup of coffee…. Read more »