The sun may have set on Coda Holdings' electric vehicle plans in May, but the company hasn't given up on playing in the EV field altogether. Coda Energy, along with Energy Vault and Growing Energy Labs (GELI), will deploy a fast charging Eco-Station in the San Francisco Bay area. The station is powered by a 175-kilowatt solar array and includes a fast-charging system for those looking for a recharge that is both quick and environmentally painless.
As Coda Automotive goes through bankruptcy proceedings, related companies are not escaping the turmoil. Both Lio Energy Systems Holdings and Miles Electric Vehicles asked this week to have their bankruptcy cases jointed administered with Coda's, since they're all tied together.
Coda Holdings, parent company of the Los Angeles-based electric-vehicle maker Coda Automotive, is launching a division specializing in energy storage as the company looks to cash in on what many believe will be a rapidly growing market for secondary use of electric-vehicle batteries.
Coda Automotive, the California-based developer of lithium-ion battery systems and maker of the Coda Sedan, has inked a deal to develop electric vehicles with China's Great Wall Motor for distribution across the globe. The partnership calls for Coda's purpose-built lithium iron phosphate battery systems to be installed in select Great Wall Motor vehicles, which will then be sold worldwide. Wei Jianjun, chairman of Great Wall Motors, says:
In early November, Coda Automotive's now-former chief executive officer, Kevin Czinger, announced his resignation. In the interim, Coda's board co-chairman and former Goldman Sachs executive, Steven "Mac" Heller, assumed the position of CEO. Now, Heller will step aside as Coda has appointed Philip Murtaugh, former executive vice president of Shanghai General Motors, as CEO of Coda. Coda describes Murtaugh as a "a seasoned executive with extensive operating, manufacturing, sales and marketing e
Coda Holdings, the California-based company that will supply advanced battery systems for the upcoming Coda Sedan, has added former General Electric and HD Supply executive Mark Jamieson to its expanding team of employees. Jamieson was appointed as Coda's chief financial officer (CFO) and will oversea the company's finances, human resources department, information technology and recruiting efforts.
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