Posts Tagged wireless charging

30 kW Wireless Charging For Your Nissan LEAF (CHAdeMO EV) Anyone?

Integrated Infrastructure Solutions GmbH (INTIS) in partnership with CHAdeMO member THD, has developed a 30 kW wireless charging system using the CHAdeMO standard in existing electric cars. Specifically: two Nissan LEAFs and a, Citroën Berlingo BEV Typically we have seen wireless charging systems that were using the cars on-board charger, which was…

2 days ago by Mark Kane 17

People Love Their EVs THIS Much – Infographic

Evatran, the company that stands behind the Plugless wireless charging systems recently released a great infographic entitled – People Love Their EVs THIS Much. It would really be a shame to not use this “1-sheet” to spread the word about how good electric cars are. “As makers of the world’s first wireless…

4 months ago by Mark Kane 14

20 kW Wireless Charging At 90% Efficiency Becomes Reality

Today’s residential wireless chargers are low current units, typically no higher than 7.7 kW, but that will change in the future as researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have already mastered a high-power system. Per the ORNL press release: “ORNL also received a special recognition award…

4 months ago by Eric Loveday 56

Wireless Charging On Verge Of Becoming Norm?

A recent Automotive News article spreads the notion that wireless charging for EVs is necessary for broad adoption of not only the tech, but for autonomous vehicles. Indeed, wireless charging is really good solution that just makes sense for autonomous cars, as they can obviously more easily feed themselves energy,…

5 months ago by Mark Kane 41

ELIX Team Up With Zongshen Group To Commercialize Wireless Charging

ELIX announced a strategic collaboration agreement with Zongshen Group’s Chongqing Zongshen Power Machinery Co. to develop and manufacture wireless charging systems. Zongshen brings a $5 million investment and takes manufacturing of the system on its shoulders in China. With Zongshen’s help, ELIX intends to be ready with E8K 8 kW, 4…

6 months ago by Mark Kane 3