29 Jun '17, 3pm

Cutting the Chord: How & Why Wireless Charging is the Future

Cutting the Chord: How & Why Wireless Charging is the Future

Wireless charging can significantly reduce those upgrades by spreading demand over a larger amount of geography and time. Today, vehicles are charged at home or, in the case of fleets, at the owner’s place of business. Tomorrow, they’ll be charged in a variety of additional places, including at work, at the store, on the street and in places of interest (such as at the beach and parks which are often weekend locations which if some distance away raises natural concerns over the range of the EV). The provision of Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) points at these locations which are as easy to use as parking your car, may increase employee/customer loyalty, attract new customers, and encourage wider adoption of wirelessly charged vehicles in larger population centers, thus reducing air pollution. Ideally, vehicles can be charged whenever and wherever they are parked.

Full article: http://evworld.com/focus.cfm?cid=365

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