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Christie Schweinsberg

Industry Analyst -- Electrification

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

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Tesla Plans $2 Billion Stock Offering, Will Make Battery Cells in Fremont

The automaker expects a new round of funding to go toward strengthening its balance sheet, while it undertakes efforts to make its own cells.

Electrification Batteries

Nikola Details Fuel Cell Electric Badger Pickup

The Badger, using a 120-kW fuel-cell stack and a 160-kWh flooded module lithium-ion battery pack, will have an estimated 600 miles (966 km) of total range.
Electrification Batteries

Democrats Propose National Charging Network; U.K. Wants to Phase Out Non-Electrics

The plan, dubbed the EV Freedom Act, wants to establish the charging networks along high-speed public roads in the next five years.
Electrification Charging

Toyota and Panasonic JV Formally Established; CATL to Supply Tesla

The two Japanese companies look to deepen their existing battery ties, while a Chinese battery supplier gets Tesla business.
Electrification Batteries

Electrify America Announces 400th Station to Open

EA set up its first charging station less than two years ago in Chicopee, MA, and now says it has 1,700-plus individual chargers.
Electrification Charging

GM Confirms Hummer Electric Coming

The BEV pickup, to be sold under the GMC brand, will boast an enormous 11,500 lb.-ft. of torque, GM claims.

Electrification Propulsion
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