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Autoliv, Inc. Klarabergsviadukten 70, Section B7, SE-111 64, Stockholm, Sweden Major Parts Suppliers image
Haldex AB Box 507, SE-261 24 Landskrona, Sweden Major Parts Suppliers image
AB SKF Hornsgatan 1, Gothenburg, Sweden Major Parts Suppliers image
Trelleborg AB Johan Kocksgatan 10, SE-231 22 Trelleborg, Sweden Major Parts Suppliers image
AB Borggards Bruk Borggardsvagen 1, SE-610 12 Hallestad, Sweden image
AB Euroform 573 24 Tranas, Sweden image
AB Linde Machines Hyttevagen 10, SE- 711 31 Lindesberg, Sweden image
Accel AB Kungsgatan 57, 461 34 Trollhattan, Sweden image
Adiator AB Neongatan 10, 431 53 Molndal, Sweden image
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Apr 19, 2019

On April 17, Sono Motors announced that production of its Sion solar-powered EV will take place at the former SAAB plant in Trollhattan, Sweden by National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS).
The Sion was developed by German mobility provider Sono Motors.
With production scheduled to start in the second half of 2020, approximately 43,000 Sion units annually will be manufactured in two-shift operations after a ramp-up period.
A total of 260,000 vehicles are planned for assembly over an eight-year period in Trollhattan, where production will be carried out using 100% renewable energy.
A bidirectional charging function enables the Sion to both receive and supply electricity, power electrical devices independently, and feed energy to other vehicles or into the electricity grid.
With its full-surface solar integration, the vehicle battery can be charged with pure and free solar energy worth up to 34 kilometers of range per day in addition to its regular WLTP range of 255 kilometers.

(Sono Motors press release on April 17, 2019)

Apr 16, 2019

On April 15, PowerCell announced that it has received an order for PowerCell S2 stacks from China Fuel Cell Energy Company, CFC, for deliveries during the second quarter 2019.
The stacks will be used by a bus manufacturer in Northern China for beta tests in a number of buses.
PowerCell S2 is a versatile fuel cell stack designed for vehicle applications and with an effect of 1-35 kW. The stack can easily be configurated for series connection for higher outputs. S2 can run on reformed hydrogen, i.e., hydrogen made through reformation of other fuels, and has high resilience to elevated levels of contamination in hydrogen.
The PowerCell S2 is made of stainless steel and can withstand vibrations and low temperatures much better than stacks with plates made of graphite.

Powercell press release

Apr 16, 2019

Autoliv, Inc. announced that it participates in the Shanghai Automobile Industry Exhibition. With its superior products and advanced technologies, Autoliv demonstrates its capability of leading the transformation in safety as the auto industry shifts toward a connected and autonomous future. It brings its latest products and technologies to the Shanghai Auto Show, products that are developed to meet the changing requirements of the industry. Autoliv has a myriad of activities underway to provide its customers with the best solutions that incorporate the company’s laser focus on quality. This includes collaborating on projects with universities, other industry leaders, and government regulators. Autoliv indicated that the shift toward electric and autonomous vehicles will transform the way cars and commercial vehicles are designed and this will create new challenges and opportunities for keeping occupants safe in the event of a crash. (From a press release on April 16, 2019)