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Ticker: Woburn firm in battery deal with Mercedes, Stellantis; Maine groups take aim at fed permits for hydro lines
Automakers Mercedes-Benz and Stellantis announced agreements with Woburn-based Factorial Energy on Tuesday to help develop solid-state battery technology that they hope could make electric cars more attractive to a mass market. Mercedes-Benz, part of Daimler AG, said it is joining forces with Factorial to jointly develop batteries with the aim of testing prototype cells as 
Factorial Energy based in the United States, announced on Tuesday that it has reached agreements with Daimler AGs Mercedes-Benz and Stellantis NV to commercialize its battery technology. Daimler and Stellantis will each make a strategic investment in the solid-state battery company as part of the agreements, Factorial Energy said in a statement, without disclosing financial  The post Factorial Energy Battery Maker sign agreement with Daimler, Stellantis appeared first on BOL News .
Infosys Collaborates with One of Europe’s Greenest Datacenters to Accelerate Daimler’s Transition to Sustainable Mobility
STUTTGART, Germany, Nov. 30, 2021 — Infosys, a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, today announced that it will transfer Daimler’s High Performance Computing (HPC) workloads used to design vehicles and automated driving technologies to one of Europe’s greenest data centers, Lefdal Mine Datacenter in Norway. The shift to Green Data Center as […] The post Infosys Collaborates with One of Europe’s Greenest Datacenters to Accelerate Daimler’s Transition to Sustainable Mobility appeared first on HPCwire .
Factorial Energy, a startup working on solid-state batteries for electric vehicles, has added two more major automakers to its investor sheet: Mercedes-Benz and Stellantis, both of which plan to co-develop batteries in separate joint collaboration agreements. Mercedes, a brand of Daimler AG, said it invested a double-digit million dollar amount in Factorial. Stellantis declined to 
U.S. based Factorial Energy said on Tuesday it had entered into agreements with Daimler AG owned Mercedes-Benz and Stellantis NV, in a bid to commercialize its battery technology.Under the partnerships, both Daimler and Stellantis will make a strategic investment in the solid-state battery maker, Factoria
Infosys ties with Lefdal Mine Datacenter to accelerate Daimlers transition to sustainable mobility; Stock surges
The shift to Green Data Center as a Service is an important milestone in supporting Daimler deliver on its sustainability mission Ambition 2039 to become CO2 neutral by 2039.
Daimler AG (ETR:DAI) shares crossed above its 200-day moving average during trading on Monday . The stock has a 200-day moving average of 77.40 ($87.95) and traded as high as 85.58 ($97.25). Daimler shares last traded at 83.16 ($94.50), with a volume of 6,383,596 shares trading hands. A number of research analysts recently weighed in 
Infosys Limited: Infosys Collaborates with One of Europe''s Greenest Data Centers to Accelerate Daimler''s Transition to Sustainable Mobility
- Lefdal Mine Datacenter offers one of Europe''s greenest data center ecosystems and is one of the world''s most energy efficient solutions - Infosys provides ''Green Data Center as a Service'', part
Shriram Automall India has partnered with Daimler India Commercial Vehicles to expand its used vehicle exchange business. Through this partnership, SMIL will provide its online-offline auction platforms to individuals approaching dealers of BharatBenz to sell their used vehicles.
Daimler Truck Chief Martin Daum expects the global chip shortage to hit revenues by several billion euros this year and sees the problem continuing into next year, Automobilwoche reported on Sunday. The worlds largest commercial vehicle maker, to be spun off from Daimler on Dec. 10, has outlined cost-cutting measures