Industry Analyst -- Electrification
Christie covers vehicle electrification, including charging infrastructure, batteries and related technology.
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The company’s DC fast chargers have batteries integrated into the unit, to lessen energy demands at a site. Site preparation for traditional DCFCs can require a megawatt or more of power be brought to a location.
Dealerships hosting charging stations seems like a great idea, but they have a way to go to become a reliable location.
GM and LG’s Ultium Cells joint venture gets a government jolt, while Lucid and Panasonic sign a supply pact, Ford and CATL might have a new U.S. plant and Redwood opens an East Coast recycling campus.
The South Korean heavyweight is lining up as much as 90 GWh of new battery capacity in the U.S.
My thoughts on why another Prius isn’t a bad thing, as well as Hyundai, Genesis, Fiat and VinFast debuts at the 2022 Los Angeles auto show.
The company, which has just one fast-charging station, wants to expand across the U.S., while Volvo wants to speed up the zero-emission-vehicle rollout.