Volvo Cars acquires a stake in San Francisco-based electric-vehicle charging company FreeWire Technologies. While Volvo Cars’ electrification strategy does not envision direct ownership of charging or service stations, the Chinese-owned automaker says the Volvo Cars Tech Fund investment in FreeWire underscores its commitment to the transition to electric mobility. FreeWire, a pioneer in flexible fast-charging technology, specializes in both stationary and mobile fast-charging ...

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