GreenCarNewsBreaks – Ideanomics Inc. (NASDAQ: IDEX) Eyes Predictable Revenue Stream Through Battery Leasing Model

Company: Ideanomics Inc. (IDEX)
Category: Stock Spotlights

Ideanomics (NASDAQ: IDEX), a global company facilitating the adoption of commercial electric vehicles and supporting next-generation financial services and fintech products, is looking to make its revenue stream more predictable. The company hopes to accomplish this through a battery leasing model in Asia. Speaking during a March 25 webinar focused on batteries and charging solutions, CEO Alf Poor elaborated on Ideanomics’ target and observed that the reducing cost of batteries was welcome news for the electric vehicle (“EV”) industry. “This is great for the EV industry because this will put us at a parity with the cost of the competitor in the space, which is obviously the internal combustion engine,” a recent article quotes Poor as saying. The CEO called for more innovation in the battery sector because the current battery tech is old. “The good news is billions of dollars are pouring into battery innovation, and the density and charging improvements will obviously follow on from that.”

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About Ideanomics Inc.

Ideanomics is a global company focused on the convergence of financial services and industries experiencing technological disruption. The company’s Ideanomics Mobility division is a service provider that facilitates the adoption of electric vehicles by commercial fleet operators through offering vehicle procurement, finance and leasing, and energy management solutions under its innovative sales to financing to charging (“S2F2C”) business model. Ideanomics Capital is focused on disruptive fintech solutions for the financial services industry. Together, Ideanomics Mobility and Ideanomics Capital provide global customers and partners with leading technologies and services designed to improve transparency, efficiency and accountability, and company shareholders with the opportunity to participate in industries offering high growth potential. Ideanomics is headquartered in New York, NY, with offices in Beijing, Hangzhou and Qingdao and operations in the U.S., China, Ukraine, and Malaysia. For more information, visit www.Ideanomics.com.

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