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Egypt begins road-testing Chinese DongFeng E70 Electric Vehicles

Posted: August 22, 2021 at 12:57 pm   /   Electricity & Power

Egypt has begun road-testing nine of the 13 Chinese-made DongFeng E70 electric vehicles that state-owned El Nasr Automotive had imported in June from China, ahead of the launch of an assembled-in-Egypt E70 in 2H2022, the Public Enterprises Ministry said in a statement yesterday. The tests, which will be handled in cooperation with Uber over the next three to four months, […]

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Egypt’s Electric vehicle production plan to be announced this week

Posted: January 25, 2021 at 1:21 pm   /   Electricity & Power

EV production plans seeing the light? A project to locally assemble electric vehicles between the Military Production Ministry and an unnamed international company will officially be announced this Wednesday, Youm7 reports. The article does not name the company, but our guess is that this is a revival of the National Organization for Military Production’s (NOMP) […]

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El Nasr Automotive inks EV assembly contracts with China’s Dongfeng

Posted: January 19, 2021 at 1:56 pm   /   Electricity & Power

Egypt took a step toward its electric vehicle future after state-owned El Nasr Automotive signed two contracts with China’s Dongfeng yesterday to locally assemble electric vehicles as well as to rehabilitate a mothballed El Nasr factory through one of the Chinese group’s subsidiaries, according to a Public Enterprises Ministry. The two companies plan to install […]

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El Nasr Auto to sign final contracts for EV production with Dongfeng this month

Posted: December 14, 2020 at 12:47 pm   /   Electricity & Power

El Nasr Automotive will sign the final contracts this month for its partnership with China’s Dongfeng to assemble electric vehicles locally, El Nasr CEO Hany El Kholy tells the local press. The partnership will eventually see the assembly of 25k electric vehicles per year, and is expected to cost some EGP 2.5 billion. State coffers […]

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