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· Cadillac says new electric SUV has features to take on Tesla →
GM was to introduce a Lyriq “show car” Thursday night that executives say is close to the production version.
· COVID-19 Pushes POSCO's Steel Business Into The Red, But A Cyclical Bounce Will Come →
COVID-19 shutdowns (and the subsequent recession) have hammered all manner of steel-using industries, with auto production down approximately 50% in the second quarter.
· Pretium Resources, Inc. (PVG) CEO Jacques Perron on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
And despite the additional challenges presented by the COVID pandemic we came through with solid gold production this quarter and record high free cash flow.
· Cellectis S.A. (CLLS) CEO André Choulika on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
His mission is to ensure execution at the GMP Paris manufacturing facility with support to the development and production of Cellectis proprietary product candidate.
· Cadillac reveals Lyriq, its all-electric SUV flagship loaded with luxury and tech →
The company said the Lyriq will go into production in the U.S. in late 2022, more than two years after its reveal date.
· Trump signs executive order to boost US drug manufacturing →
WASHINGTON, Aug 7 ― President Donald Trump yesterday signed an executive order aimed at boosting US production of medicines and medical equipment, lowering drug prices and protecting the United States against shortfalls in a future pandemic.
· Cadillac's first electric vehicle goes after Tesla →
It's not supposed to even start production until the end of 2022.
· Hybrid BMW can now auto-swap to battery power in London and Birmingham →
BMW, Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar Land Rover and other carmakers are aiming to rapidly scale up their production of pure battery electric vehicles as well as plug-in hybrids as they try to meet emissions reduction limits.
· Ballard Power Systems Inc. (BLDP) CEO Randy MacEwen on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
In the first phase from 2020 up to 2024 the strategic objective is to install at least 6 gigawatts of renewable hydrogen electrolyzers in the EU and the production of up to 1 million tons of renewable hydrogen to decarbonize existing hydrogen production and facilitate the uptake of hydrogen fuel cell buses and heavy trucks.