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Christie Schweinsberg

Industry Analyst -- Electrification

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

Latest From Christie Schweinsberg

GM to Replace Modules in All Recalled Bolts; Tesla Superchargers Set for Ramp-Up

Three model years of the Chevy Bolt will get all new modules, whether they’ve experienced battery-related fires or not, as GM aims to solve the lingering issue.

Electrification Batteries

Outlook Q4 2020: Closing the Loop

Wards Intelligence, Industry Analyst – Electrification, Christie Schweinsberg, looks at the market potential for reclaimed Li-ion batteries and the ecosystem needed to support it.

Batteries Electrification

Is the Age of Solid-State Upon Us?; Enel Smart Charging News; U.K. Gigafactory

QuantumScape, Solid Power and Toyota make solid-state news this week, while Enel partners on smart charging and Britishvolt wants to build the U.K.’s first Gigafactory.

Electrification Batteries

Hyundai’s New BEV Platform to Feature 800V and Bi-Directional Charging

The Korean automaker’s new E-GMP dedicated electrification platform will have an 800V architecture standard, enabling faster charge time.

Electrification Batteries

VW Ups EV Investment; Rivian and Lordstown; EA Hits 500; Texas and U.K. Regs

VW makes EV investment a larger portion of its total spending, Rivian and Lordstown update on their forthcoming pickups, Electrify America now has 500 open public charging stations and Texas may add an EV fee while the U.K. will pull its ICE ban forward.

Electrification Charging

EVs Surge in Europe; Hyundai Joins Ionity, Partners on FCEVs; Mitsubishi CO2 Goals

Registrations of BEVs and PHEVs grow sharply in the EU, while Hyundai joins Europe’s fast-charge network and partners on fuel cells in China. Mitsubishi wants more EVs in its lineup and sets aggressive targets for 2030.

Electrification Charging
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