Evatran’s Apollo Launch Program will follow several commercial fleet operators as they try out Plugless Power wireless chargers with their LEAFs and Volts.
Evatran, the developer of Plugless Power wireless EV charging equipment, will host a launch event for its modestly-named Apollo Program on February 23 in Richmond, Virginia. Governor Bob McDonnell will host the event, which will include a demonstration of the wireless charging technology on a Nissan LEAF, as well as EV test drives for Virginia’s movers and shakers.
Evatran’s Apollo Launch Program will follow several commercial fleet operators around the country for three months as they try out Plugless Power wireless chargers with their LEAFs and Volts.
"This is an important moment in time for the electric vehicle. We believe that the widespread adoption of these cars requires enabling technologies, like Plugless Power, to come to market," said Evatran CEO Thomas Hough. "Bringing these technologies to all electric vehicle owners, however, requires industry leaders to step forward to trial prototypes – we are excited to celebrate the involvement of these partners during our Apollo Launch Event."