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Christie Schweinsberg

Industry Analyst -- Electrification

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

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Hyundai, Kia Investing €100 Million in U.K. EV Start-Up Arrival

Arrival, founded in 2015, says all three companies will jointly develop BEVs for the global commercial market using its modular skateboard platforms.
Electrification Propulsion

Tesloop to Begin Supercharger-to-Supercharger Rentals

The Tesla-centric mobility-service provider believes the lure of the Tesla brand for riders, and the projected tax benefits or appreciation for vehicle owners, will make its long-distance rental service more financially viable than short-distance urban rideshare schemes.

Mobility Electrification

Detroit Utility Hopes to Boost EV Education, Infrastructure in Michigan

DTE is making rebates ranging from $500 to $25,000 available to customers who want to install home or public charging stations.

Electrification Charging

GM Partners With Construction Firm on EV Charging Network

Making the charging process as quick as refueling an internal-combustion-engine vehicle is seen as essential if EVs are ever to replace ICE vehicles as an American’s primary vehicle.

Electrification Charging

ChargePoint: Fleets Turning to Electrification; Sector at Turning Point

The charging-network provider last year acquired energy-management company Kisensum, which specialized in fleets and now is part of ChargePoint’s energy-solutions group focused on deploying software solutions to fleet decision makers.

Electrification Charging

Honda Neutral in DSRC Versus 5G LTE Debate for V2X

Honda, along with General Motors, Toyota and Nissan, is a proponent of DSRC, while Audi and Ford favor 5G LTE.

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