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Christie Schweinsberg

Industry Analyst -- Electrification

Christie covers vehicle electrification, including charging infrastructure, batteries and related technology.

Latest From Christie Schweinsberg

Tesla 4680 Cell Problem Child?; CATL Sodium-Ion Cell; LG’s Indonesian JV With Hyundai

Tesla’s in-house 4680 cell could be seeing a slower-than-expected rollout, while CATL says it has developed a faster-charging cell and LG and Hyundai will begin Li-ion manufacturing in Indonesia.

Electrification Batteries

Greenlots Sets Sights on Fleet Expansion, International Growth

The charging software and services provider owned by oil giant Shell sees more and faster charging in the future, as well as a healthy fleet business materializing.

Electrification Charging

Electrify America on the Future of Charging, Limiting Downtime and Red Tape

The U.S.’s second-largest fast-charging network after Tesla continues to grow, with a recently announced plan to double its charger count. Meanwhile, EA is finding the process to install infrastructure is getting easier and hoping the Biden infrastructure plan rewards its work.

Electrification Charging

VW to Off-Load Electrify America?; EVgo Goes Public; NIO Swapping in Norway

The U.S.’s third-largest fast-charging network is seeking investment help, while the nation’s second-largest fast-charging network is now on the NASDAQ and China’s NIO brings charging and swapping stations to Europe’s top BEV market.

Electrification Charging

Volvo Latest Vowing Own Cells But Is That Mistake?; Nissan Reawakens

Sweden’s Volvo Cars shows off a concept that will usher in its third generation of BEVs, while vowing more vertical integration. Meanwhile, former BEV leader Nissan gets back in the game with major U.K. announcements.

Electrification Batteries

Biden Plan Reworked, But It’s Not All Bad News for EVs

President Biden’s massive $2 trillion infrastructure plan gets whittled down, with predictably less funding for vehicle electrification. But it’s not all bad news as charging still could get a big boost.

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