Today’s EVs can do about anything – park themselves, tow a trailer, or come when they’re called. But there’s one thing they can’t do: Charge themselves. Is it really autonomous if you have to plug it in? With wireless charging from WiTricity, all you have to do is park and charge.
WiTricity and VTT will collaborate to install WiTricity’s wireless charging technology, supporting the EU-funded REFLECTIVE project.
Ky Sealy, Engineering Fellow at WiTricity, discusses why standards in the automotive industry are important.
Engineering Fellow at WiTricity, Ky Sealy, argues the importance of standards for the wireless charging of electric vehicles.
WiTricity’s Chief Marketing Officer Amy Barzdukas reflects on her predictions for electric vehicles in 2022, and offers her outlook on 2023.
WiTricity answers the question: Does wireless EV charging impact AM radio reception, and why do people often believe this to be the case?
WiTricity and FinePowerX have announced they have entered into a technology licensing agreement for WiTricity's wireless charging systems.
WiTricity gives a presentation highlighting the benefits of its wireless EV charging solutions for government fleets.
WiTricity will be holding a live webinar on Tuesday, November 15, 2022 titled “Wireless EV Charging for Government Fleets”.
WiTricity, the leader in wireless EV charging, welcomes automotive engineering leader David Trabulsi as Senior Vice President of Engineering.
MassTLC has named WiTricity as the winner of the Clean Tech category for the 2022 Tech Top 50 Award for its wireless charging technology.
WiTricity welcomes industry-veteran Hubert Wolters as its first Vice President of Business Development for Europe.
WiTricity explains how electric vehicles can play a key role in stabilising the power grid using Vehicle to Grid (V2G) technology.
WiTricity is set to demonstrate a host of new wireless charging “firsts” at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit.
Although it may not be broadly available today, learn why wireless vehicle charging needs to be a requirement on all EVs, not just an option.
Building on the global growth in electric vehicles, WiTricity has just completed a new funding round of $63 million.
A recent article in Wired highlighted the gender gap that currently exists in electric vehicles: WiTricity sheds light on the subject.
Amidst a global weather crisis, vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology is seemingly becoming more and more important.
WiTricity has announced that it will exhibit at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit in September 2022.
Siemens makes strategic investment in WiTricity and licenses their technology for future wireless EV charging products.
Witricity's new research study shows EV wireless charging is more desirable than full self-driving capabilities.
A key component of smart cities envisioned is eMobility – electric bikes (e-bikes) and electric scooters (e-scooters).
WiTricity, has been award a grant to deploy an electric vehicle (EV) wireless charging station at the Detroit Smart Parking Lab (DSPL).
With all the recent buzz about wireless charging for electric vehicles, WiTricity is excited to see wireless charging used in other applications.
WiTricity has announced plans to offer an aftermarket wireless charging upgrade package for owners of select EV models.
WiTricity has announced that its patented technology will debut as factory-installed equipment in a fully electric vehicle in South Korea.
WiTricity CMO Amy Barzdukas breaks down some of the myths surrounding wireless charging for electric vehicles.
Alex Gruzen, the CEO of WiTricity, the company wirelessly charging the future of mobility, will speak at Cowen’s Mobility Disruption Conference.
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