Wireless charging provider HEVO is partnering with Stellantis to integrate wireless charging into Stellantis EVs.
HEVO’s wireless charging technology is up to 95% efficient (grid-to-battery), and is compliant with SAE and UL wireless charging standards, according to the company.
HEVO and Stellantis are initially demonstrating Level 2 wireless charging on a Chrysler Pacifica PHEV at the company’s office complex in Auburn Hills, Michigan. According to the agreement, the successful completion of this demonstration in 2023 and a subsequent 50 kW fast wireless charging project will lead to opportunities for HEVO to provide wireless charging to Stellantis customers targeting cost competitiveness with plug-in charging as production volumes scale.
“HEVO is energized by Stellantis’s commitment to innovation and improving the end-to-end experience for EV drivers,” said HEVO’s Chief Commercial Officer, Vic Peltola. “With their diverse product lineup and brands such as Jeep, Ram, Dodge, Chrysler, Fiat, Maserati and Peugeot, our collaboration will accelerate decarbonization by enabling significant benefits for fleet and passenger customers seeking a more convenient and seamless charging experience.”