Chinese electric car maker Li Auto on Feb. 10 registered a new company whose main businesses are power grid operation, solar power generation, and charging infrastructure services, according to Chinese business intelligence platform Tianyancha. Sun Guangmin, vice president of Li Auto, is the legal representative of the wholly-owned subsidiary, named Beijing Chehejia Energy Sales Co., Ltd., which has registered capital of RMB 30 million ($4.4 million). Li Auto said on Feb. 8 that its newly launched L7 plug-in hybrid crossover allows drivers to charge the car’s battery and power devices with more than 200 kilowatt-hours of electricity. [Tianyancha, in Chinese]