The DOE intends to select up to four projects. Selected teams will have three years to integrate their wireless charging technology into a “light duty GCEDV.”
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Evatran’s Apollo Launch Program will follow several commercial fleet operators as they try out Plugless Power wireless chargers with their LEAFs and Volts.
The Stanford team’s system can transfer 10 kW of power over a distance of 6.5 feet – enough to charge a car moving at highway speeds – and has an efficiency of 97 percent.
Qualcomm and Transport for London are cooperating on a trial program in which fifty EVs will test wireless recharging systems in Cool Britannia’s capital.
At this week’s Consumer Electronics Show, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers — IEEE — announced the formation of the Power Matters Alliance.
Orders will be filled starting in the third quarter of 2012. The first 500 customers will receive a $150 rebate card.
Sears Home Services announced today that it will offer installation of Evatran’s Plugless Power systems to both residential and commercial customers.
Virginia-based Evatran announced today that it has agreed with six commercial EV users to equip their fleets of Volts and Leafs with pre-production Plugless Power wireless charging systems.
At the Tokyo Motor Show today, Nissan unveiled a wireless charging system for the Leaf that it says will be available starting with the 2013 model. So far, Nissan is the only EV maker to announce wireless charging capability for a production vehicle. Electromagnetic induction charging, which doesn’t require physical contact, is shaping up… Read more »
Wireless telecom giant Qualcomm Incorporated has announced that it has acquired HaloIPT, a provider of wireless charging technology for EVs