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InductEV brings high-power wireless charging tech to commercial EVs

When Average Joe and Jane think about wireless charging, they may not see any great benefit. Dig up my driveway to install a gadget that saves me the five seconds it takes to plug in my existing wired EV charger? Meh. However, the true benefits of wireless EV charging are seen in the commercial EV… Read more »

Phoenix Motorcars and InductEV collaborate on wireless EV charging

Phoenix Motor, a manufacturer of electric transit buses and commercial EVs, has partnered with wireless charging pioneer InductEV (formerly Momentum Dynamics). The companies will develop software, hardware and cooling and electrical systems to integrate InductEV’s wireless charging pads with Phoenix’s electric drive systems. This strategic partnership will provide Phoenix’s customers with the option to select… Read more »

Detroit Manufacturing Systems to manufacture hardware for wireless charging pioneer InductEV

Wireless EV charging specialist InductEV (formerly Momentum Dynamics) has formed a partnership with contract manufacturing and assembly company Detroit Manufacturing Systems (DMS). InductEV says taking advantage of DMS’s manufacturing and supply chain expertise will allow it to more quickly scale production to meet customer demand. Under the terms of the agreement, DMS will manufacture InductEV’s… Read more »

InductEV opens R&D center for high-power wireless EV charging

Many fail to appreciate the potential of wireless charging—it’s not just a way for EV drivers to save the few seconds it takes to plug in a cable. As Bob Kacergis of Momentum Dynamics explained to Charged in a 2022 feature article, wireless charging, done properly, can be truly transformative for EV fleets, delivering longer… Read more »

APM Terminals to pilot electric terminal tractors with inductive charging at New Jersey port

APM Terminals Elizabeth, a division of shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk, is dipping its corporate toe into electrification. The company will invest $5 million in its Electrification Pilot Project, including a $1.4 million Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA) grant from the EPA. The DERA grant has facilitated the replacement of seven diesel terminal tractors with new… Read more »

Grabbing the prime real estate for electric truck charging hubs

Q&A with Zeem Solutions CEO Paul Gioupis. Charging-as-a-service is a hot business proposition these days, and for good reason. Electrifying a vehicle fleet is a complex undertaking that requires specialized skills and resources that most companies don’t have. It makes sense for organizations to focus on their core activities, so just as they outsource things… Read more »