Wireless Charging

 

The suppliers in this section manufacture electric charging infrastructure for vehicles that is wireless.

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WiTricity Closes New Funding Round with $63 Million Investment

WiTricity Closes New Funding Round with $63 Million Investment

Building on the global growth in electric vehicles, WiTricity has just completed a new funding round of $63 million.

Siemens Signs Letter of Intent with MAHLE for EV Wireless Charging

Siemens Signs Letter of Intent with MAHLE for EV Wireless Chargin...

Siemens and MAHLE have signed a letter of intent to see how they could work together to make inductive charging systems more standardised.

Will V2G Go Mainstream?

Will V2G Go Mainstream?

Amidst a global weather crisis, vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology is seemingly becoming more and more important.

Electric Bus Fleets Reveals Operating Costs of Using Wireless Chargers from Momentum Dynamics

Electric Bus Fleets Reveals Operating Costs of Using Wireless Cha...

Link Transit reported that the operating cost of its electric fleet is about 51% of a diesel-fueled bus, thanks to wireless chargers from Momentum Dynamics.

WiTricity, Leader in Wireless Charging for EVs, Sets Its Sights on Detroit

WiTricity, Leader in Wireless Charging for EVs, Sets Its Sights o...

WiTricity has announced that it will exhibit at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit in September 2022.

Siemens Invests in WiTricity to Advance Wireless Charging for EV’s

Siemens Invests in WiTricity to Advance Wireless Charging for EV&...

Siemens makes strategic investment in WiTricity and licenses their technology for future wireless EV charging products.

96 Percent of EV Buyers Want Wireless Charging

96 Percent of EV Buyers Want Wireless Charging

Witricity's new research study shows EV wireless charging is more desirable than full self-driving capabilities.

IPT Technology Welcomes Acquisition by Arendals Fossekompani (AFK)

IPT Technology Welcomes Acquisition by Arendals Fossekompani (AFK...

Arendals Fossekompani (AFK), a Norway-based green-tech investment company, has signed an agreement to acquire 100 per cent of IPT Technology.

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