Tesla seeks tariff waiver for graphite from China for batteries

Tesla CEO Elon Musk attends the opening ceremony of the Tesla Shanghai Gigafactory in Shanghai, China, January 7, 2019. on the song | Reuters Tesla is among hundreds of auto industry players asking the United States Trade Representative for extended tariff exemptions on parts and materials imported from China used to make or repair cars. … Read more

Goldman Sachs picks its favorite under-the-radar ESG stocks to buy right now

Investment in ESG is on the rise. Goldman Sachs names the buy rating "owned" Stocks in which ESG’s performance may be underestimated or materially improved. .

New homes in England must have electric vehicle charging points

A charging cable connected to a Volvo electric car in London on November 18, 2020. Tulga Akmen | AFP | Getty Images New homes in England will be required to have charging points for electric cars, according to plans announced by UK authorities. “We are implementing regulation where we require new homes and buildings to … Read more

Consumer Reports 2021 auto reliability survey: How Tesla, EVs fared

A Tesla Model X at a charging station in Beijing, China. Megan Reader | CNBC Lexus was named the most trusted automaker in Consumer Reports’ 2021 Automotive Reliability Report, followed by Mazda and Toyota, while Jeep, Tesla and Lincoln were at the bottom of the list. The report, released Thursday, focuses on what went wrong … Read more

Northvolt produces battery with recycled nickel, manganese, cobalt

Christian Boxey | Bloomberg Creative Photos | Getty Images Swedish battery company Northvolt said on Friday it had produced its first battery cell with what it described as “100% recycled nickel-manganese and cobalt”. In a statement, the Stockholm-based company — which has attracted investment from Goldman Sachs and Volkswagen, among others — said the lithium-ion … Read more

Jefferies raises price targets for 3 Asian carmakers despite gloomy outlook

The Toyota Motor logo is displayed at the company’s auto showroom in Tokyo on February 6, 2019. Kazuhiro Nogi | AFP | Getty Images Global auto sales are set to decline due to prolonged manufacturing restrictions and tight market conditions, but Japanese automakers are likely to avoid any dramatic setbacks, according to Jefferies. .

Credit Suisse has 14 auto stock picks

Toyota cars are for sale at a car dealership on December 22, 2008 in Wiesbaden, Germany. Ralph Orlovsky | Getty Images Analysts at Credit Suisse have named the auto stocks they expect to benefit from the “next-generation era of mobility” — think automated taxis, car sharing, and self-driving vehicles. Their picks include some of the … Read more