Wireless charging eliminates the cable connection between vessel and shore. Fast, reliable and safe energy transfer to the electric ship.
Go green not only applies to onshore e-mobility anymore. Evermore operators of (coastal) ferries and vessels are searching for solutions that enable them to fulfil the environmental regulatory demands. Wireless charging based on inductive power transfer offers it all: a higher utilisation of the available charging time, increased safety and unprecedented system reliability. Wireless charging in harbours eliminates the cable connection between the vessel and shore. It not only guarantees safe connections and disconnections but also reduces maintenance since wear and tear to physical connection lines is eliminated.
In this video, an example of a wireless charging solution via the boarding and alighting ramp of the ferry.
Arendals Fossekompani (AFK), a Norway-based green-tech investment company, has signed an agreement to acquire 100 per cent of IPT Technology.
IPT is excited to play a crucial role in the world first public wireless EV charger in the UK for car fleets using existing grid infra from lampposts.
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