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Bosch Ramps Up Electric Motor Production in Charleston with More Than $260 Million in New Investment, Replacing Diesel Products 

Bosch workers in Charleston, South Carolina at the company’s largest production facility in the USA are learning the intricacies of magnets and hairpin windings as it transitions from a diesel power manufacturing site to electric motor production to meet the new demands of electrification and e-mobility. Production of electric motors began there in October and additional capacity being added is expected to be operational by the end of this year as Bosch expands its long history of mobility-related manufacturing with new electrification products. […]

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Toyota and Denso Pursue In-Road Wireless Charging by Electreon

Electreon, a specialist in embedded-roadway wireless inductive charging of electric vehicles, along with Toyota Motors and automotive component supplier Denso have agreed to jointly develop an advanced wireless charging system for the mainstream EV market. The Electreon technology is also the focus of several demonstration projects taking place on roadways in Europe and the USA. […]

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Electric Motors Production Ramping Up to More Than 1 Million by 2024 at Stellantis-Nidec JV Plant in France 

Stellantis, the Amsterdam based automaker now home to a collection of car brands, announced December 19 the ramp-up of production of the all-new M3 electric motors, the result of the Emotors joint venture with Nidec Leroy-Somer, at its manufacturing plant in Trémery, France. Production capacity is expected to reach more than 1 million motors per year by 2024. […]

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VAC Focuses on Future of Current Sensing for Electrification 

The electrification of the world is advancing in almost every industry, which has led to a rapid increase in the demand for high precision current sensors. VAC, a leading manufacturer of magnetic materials and products refined from them, has recently set up a new product management team at headquarters in Hanau, Germany and developed a new line of sensors to address these market demands. […]