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ABB, Shell to launch first nationwide EV charging network in Germany

By Ryan Sanderson / May 26, 2022
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ABB E-Mobility and Shell announced an agreement this week for 200 360kW Terra EV chargers to be made available across Germany in the next 12 months. The launch of this network will provide additional DC fast charging support for German EV owners and support the overall goals of its charging stations infrastructure rollout across the […]

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Infineon’s new Battery Management ICs

By Ryan Sanderson / May 18, 2022
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Infineon has expanded its battery monitoring and balancing range with several new chips designed for use in battery management systems (BMS). The TLE9012DQU is its latest analog front-end battery monitor, capable of monitoring up to 12 battery cells connected in series and provides cell voltage measurements, temperature measurement, cell balancing and communication to the main […]

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Rivian CEO warns of looming electric-vehicle battery shortage

By Ryan Sanderson / April 22, 2022
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EV manufacturer Rivian voiced its concerns over the EV battery supply chain in a recent article, claiming that all the world’s current battery cell production amounts for under 10% of what will be required in 10 years to meet EV demand. SAR Insight predicts that annual global sales of BEVs and PHEVs passenger cars combined […]

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BP chooses Tritium for next move toward global EV charging expansion

By Ryan Sanderson / April 22, 2022
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Just a month since BP Pulse announced a plan to triple its EV charging point deployments in the UK to over 16,000 by 2030 it has entered into a global multi-year agreement with Tritium DCFC Ltd., a manufacturer of DC fast chargers for EVs. The initial order allegedly includes services in UK, Australia and New […]

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