Throwing 75 billion to lay out new energy vehicles, batteries, motors and control systems into the "main attack" direction
In recent years, as the development of China's new energy vehicles has become a national strategy, and the related support policies have been increasing, the new energy vehicle market has become increasingly hot, so it has also become the object of capital competition.
The investment boom of the new energy automobile industry chain is almost every few days. Many listed companies compete to raise funds through non-public offerings, or directly participate in upstream and downstream enterprises in the industry chain, set up M&A funds, and set up subsidiaries to intervene or expand new energy vehicle business. According to incomplete statistics, this year, 68 listed companies such as LeTV, Wanxiang, Lifan, Samsung and Mengshi Technology have expanded their investment in new energy vehicles through various forms, including new energy vehicles and lithium batteries. , motor, electric control, charging facilities, time-sharing, etc., of which the investment direction is particularly hot in the whole vehicle sector, with a total investment of over 45 billion yuan; followed by lithium battery investment of over 28 billion yuan. As of August 12, the total investment of 68 listed companies in the new energy vehicles and industrial chain exceeded 75 billion yuan, of which the total investment of 6 listed companies in August exceeded 25.7 billion yuan. In July, the total investment of 10 listed companies exceeded 135. In the first six months of this year, the total investment of 52 listed companies exceeded 37.2 billion yuan.
At present, the scope of capital chasing new energy vehicles is far more than the traditional vehicle field. In today's environment where the new energy vehicle market has been liberalized, the layman's continuous "invasion" of the new energy vehicle industry has become a "trend." Enterprises such as the Internet-made car and automobile-related industrial chain have switched to vehicle manufacturing, and are attracting capital attention in the name of new energy vehicles.
The following only lists projects with an investment of more than 2 billion:
Leshi Hao throws 20 billion yuan to build an ecological car super factory
On August 10, the first self-built factory in China officially settled in Moganshan, Deqing, Zhejiang. The LeTV Supercar Production Park will become the first eco-car super factory in China. The planned land area of the first phase of the park is 4,300 mu, with a planned investment of nearly 20 billion yuan. Specifically, the first phase of the project has an investment of 6 billion yuan and an annual production capacity of 200,000 vehicles. The second phase is planned to start construction within two years after the first phase of production, and the production capacity will be 200,000 vehicles, with a project investment of 6 billion yuan. The business parks supporting the park mainly include administrative office areas and supporting facilities construction, with an investment of 2 billion yuan.
Samsung's 3 billion shares in BYD will establish strategic cooperation in the field of electric vehicles
BYD announced on the evening of July 21 that the company has completed the non-public issuance of 252 million shares of common stock at a price of 57.40 yuan per share, and plans to raise a total of 14.473 billion yuan. Among them, Shanghai Samsung Semiconductor Co., Ltd. (a sales company of Samsung Electronics Semiconductor in China) purchased 52.26 million BYD A shares for a total of RMB 3 billion, totaling RMB 3 billion, which will hold the total share capital of BYD after the completion of this non-public offering. 1.92%, officially became the ninth largest shareholder of BYD. Through this shareholding, Samsung will establish a “strategic partnership” with BYD in the field of electric vehicles.
Proposal of Xiaokang Shares to invest in pure electric passenger vehicle construction project with 2.5 billion yuan
On the afternoon of July 11, Xiaokang shares announced that the company's board of directors agreed to invest in the construction of pure electric passenger vehicles through Chongqing Dongkang New Energy Automobile Co., Ltd. on July 1. It was learned that the total investment of the project is about 2.5 billion yuan, including fixed assets investment of 2.2 billion yuan and working capital investment of 200 million yuan. After the project is completed and put into production, the annual output of new energy passenger vehicles will reach 50,000 units, and the annual output of electric drive and battery system will be 60,000 sets.
Lifan shares plans to raise 2.8 billion yuan for new energy vehicles
Lifan Co., Ltd. announced on July 22 that the company plans to issue non-public offerings of no more than 267,768,400 shares (including 267,768,400 shares), and the total amount of funds raised is not more than 2.8 billion yuan (including issuance costs). Among them, 890 million yuan is used for the 1.6 billion watt-hour lithium battery project of intelligent new energy vehicles. The total investment of the project is 1.19 billion yuan. The construction period is 12 months. It will be implemented by Lifan Group Chongqing Wanguang New Energy Technology Co., Ltd., and the project will build a new automated lithium battery production line. After the production, it can realize the annual production capacity of about 1.6 billion watt-hour intelligent new energy vehicle lithium battery cells. 720 million yuan for the intelligent new energy vehicle energy station project, the total investment of the project is 798 million yuan, the construction period is 10 months, through the addition of equipment, supporting facilities and public facilities, each station will meet the charging of about 2,000 new energy vehicles after completion. Change the power package.
Dagang shares fitting investment of 3 billion to build lithium battery project
Dagang shares announced on June 13th that it intends to cooperate with Yuxin (Shanghai) Investment Center (Limited Partnership), CITICPE Investment (HongKong) II Limited, Zhenjiang Baoli Energy Technology Co., Ltd., Tibet Xinyi Venture Capital Center (Limited Partnership), Fujian 壹Yan Wenchuang Investment Co., Ltd., Zhenjiang Xinxin Equity Investment Partnership (Limited Partnership), Zhenjiang Jinpu Innovative Consumer Equity Investment Center (Limited Partnership) signed a joint venture contract to jointly establish Lixin (Jiangsu) Energy Technology Co., Ltd. ( The tentative name is subject to the approval of the administrative department for industry and commerce. The establishment of the joint venture company is mainly for the investment of lithium battery projects. The total planned investment is 3 billion yuan. After the project is completed, it will reach a lithium-ion battery and a new energy storage battery system with an annual output of 3 billion watt-hours.
SAIC Group's 15 billion yuan increase in the CSRC through the transformation of new energy vehicles
SAIC Group announced on the evening of April 20 that the company’s application for non-public offering of A shares was approved. According to the adjusted plan, SAIC intends to raise no more than 964 million shares in a non-public offering of no less than 15.56 yuan/share, raising funds of no more than 15 billion yuan, and raising funds to invest in emerging areas: new energy-related projects 7.2 billion, intelligent customized projects 2 billion, forward-looking technology (fuel cells / smart cars) and vehicle networking 1.9 billion, automotive services and financial projects 3.9 billion. The strategic positioning has shifted from automobile manufacturing to comprehensive services: R&D and manufacturing, with more resources leaning toward new energy vehicles and smart cars; more attention has been paid to the potential of automotive services, including auto finance and maintenance services.
BYD invests 4 billion in Taiyuan Jianchun electric vehicle factory
On March 28th, BYD, a large Chinese auto company, said it would build a new electric vehicle factory in Taiyuan, Shanxi Province. The factory will be put into operation during the year, with a total investment of 4 billion yuan. Eco-cars such as pure electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid vehicles have accounted for more than 20% of BYD's total sales, and hope to further expand its business by building new plants.