Electreon has reported that state and federal policymakers in the US are increasingly pressing forward to fund wireless electric road systems (ERS) and incorporate this innovative technology into electrification strategies.
EV Charging stations require robust communication systems for network connection, payment systems, power management, and more to be reliable.
Electreon and Dutch automaker Ginaf have fully integrated Electreon's wireless charging system on a Ginaf 50-ton truck.
AtB, the transportation authority of Trøndelag county in Norway has selected Electreon's wireless electric road system as the sole tender winner for charging a bus wirelessly.
This year's second edition of E-Tech Europe, the only trade show in Italy dedicated to solutions and technologies for EV production and the recovering and recycling of batteries, has proved a great success with more than 3,300 visitors attending the two-day event in Bologna on April 19 and 20.
The global electric vehicle charging infrastructure market size is expected to reach US$121.09bn by 2030, expanding at a CAGR of 25.5% from 2023 to 2030.
Electreon will publicly demonstrate what its CEO describes as "The unlimited potential of wireless Electric Road technology (Dynamic Wireless EV Charging)."
As part of its electrification programme for the national road network for heavy goods vehicles, the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket) is planning an electric road project on the E20 motorway between Hallsberg and Örebro.
A partnership between the University of Auckland and Downer NZ could be a game-changer in the uptake of EVs in New Zealand.
InductEV, an AI-powered wireless EV charging platform for high-power vehicles, has announced a strategic partnership with ChargePoint to expand the availability of high-powered wireless EV charging solutions across the United States.
Webasto Charging Systems has introduced two new wallboxes to its EV charging product line - the fully connected TurboConnect and the next generation TurboDX 2.0 Plug-In charger.