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Tag: wireless charging
Momentum Dynamics has commissioned America's second 200 kW wireless charging system for electric buses in in Chattanooga, TN.
BMW, as promised few years ago, finally introduces wireless charging as a factory-fitted option to the market. First model that will be equipped with the system...
A team at Stanford University has developed the continuous wireless flow of electricity for electric vehicles by simple active tuning.
Fully Charged presents a 100 m test track and an EV prototype for 20 kW wireless dynamic charging at speeds of up to 120 km/h (75 mph).
ChargePoint CEO Pasquale Romano recently shared his thoughts on why the gas station business model doesn't fit with the future of electric cars.
The ability to factory order wireless charging on the BMW 530e iPerformance is fast approaching, and with that, the German company has gotten a job on...
Howard County, Maryland is one of the rare cities in the U.S. where passenger ride in not only electric buses, but wirelessly charged electric buses.
It may not seem like much now, but the future of Qualcomm's dynamic wireless chargers could be surprisingly bright, based on the 60 mph demo we just saw.
BMW has announced a 3.2 kW wireless charging option for it 530e iPerformance plug-in hybrid, that will be available from 2018.
The Antelope Valley Transit Authority (AVTA) become the first in North America that received all-electric 60-foot articulated electric bus, supplied by BYD.
Evatran celebrates 1 million charge hours of Plugless wireless charging systems across North America, offers discount on its most popular station.
Autonomous EVs are interdependent with wireless charging. An important challenge going forward is to develop common charging standard worldwide
Our latest dig through the US Patent Office filings shows off a way to better fast charge a Lucid Air, wirelessly charge EVs from Nissan and BMW, and more.
Toshiba has wrapped up tests of EV buses equipped with its SCiB batteries, and 44 kW wireless charging system. A 60% reduction of CO2 emissions was noted
INTIS has developed a 30 kW wireless charging system using CHAdeMO standard in existing electric cars, like the Nissan LEAF
WiTricity announced collaboration with Nissan on wireless charging for electric cars.
SAE International hints at a 250 kW wireless charging stardard, and proposes vehicle alignment over the station through magnetic field generation
SAE International is one step closer to fully release the SAE J2954 wireless charging standard, approving test station for the 3.7 and 7.7 kW power levels.
WiTricity has begun joint tests of wireless charging systems (7.7 kW and 11 kW) with General Motors, the application of the tech seems obvious