EVE Energy: Two wholly-owned subsidiaries transfer battery assets to each other

NBD AI Bulletin - EVE Energy Co Ltd (the Company, SZ 300014, closing price: 93.77 yuan) announced on February 22 that the company's wholly-owned subsidiary Jingmen Yiwei Chuangneng Lithium Cells Co., Ltd. plans to transfer its power storage battery assets (including the assets related to the already completed lithium-ion battery project to the Company's another wholly-owned subsidiary Eve Power Co Ltd in phases. And Eve Power Co Ltd plans to transfer ternary cylindrical battery-related assets to the Yi-weft power to transfer its ternary cylindrical battery business related assets to Jingmen Yiwei Chuangneng Lithium Cells Co., Ltd. in phases.

The 2020 semi-annual report shows that the main business of EVE Energy Co Ltd is the manufacturing of electronic components, accounting for 100.0% of revenue.

EVE Energy Co Ltd's chairman is Liu Jincheng, male, 57 years old, Chinese national, no overseas permanent residency, Ph.D. EVE Energy Co Ltd's president is Liu Jianhua, male, 47-year-old, Chinese, no overseas permanent residency, graduated from Wuhan University with a major in fine chemicals, Tsinghua University EMBA, MBA at University of Wales, and EMBA at CEIBS.

Tips on "Stock Trends":

1. The number of shares held by northbound investors in the Company increased by 10.2421 million over the past 30 days, representing 0.58% of the Company's circulating shares;

2. There was no institutional research on the Company in the past 30 days.

(By Lan Suying)

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