electrify america

electrify america

As the White House continues its push for electric vehicles, the demand for semiconductors – a key component in electric vehicles – is about to surge. That spike will mean big business for German semiconductor producer Infineon Technologies, which has its 300-person U.S. headquarters in El Segundo.

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As the nation waits for electric vehicle charging stations to be as accessible as gas stations, Atwater Village-based Xos Inc. thinks it can get big rig operators charged up quickly.

The company introduced one of the first portable charging stations for fleet operators on Thursday. The station, which looks like a large metal truck trailer, can charge up to five vehicles at a time in a parking lot or fleet yard that doesn't yet have permanent charging facilities.

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The way Kameale C. Terry sees it, her startup ChargerHelp! has two goals: to help encourage drivers to adopt electric vehicles by providing on-demand technical support for charging stations, and to create more full-time jobs that pay a living wage. By hitting both targets, the company can not only get places outside of California interested in plug-in vehicles, but can help make the technology an economic engine in its own right.

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