BP-backed EV charging startup FreeWire raises $25m in latest funding round

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FreeWire CEO Arcady Sosinov | Credit: Freewire
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FreeWire CEO Arcady Sosinov | Credit: Freewire

US firm secures fresh investment from oil giant as well as ABB Technology Ventures, Energy Innovation Capital, and Silicon Valley Bank

BP-backed start-up FreeWire Technologies has secured $25m investment to accelerate the development and rollout of its "infrastructure-light" electric vehicle (EV) charging technology, it announced late...

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