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MAHLE moves into wireless charging

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WiTricity will supply MAHLE with its magnetic resonance technology MAHLE has acquired a licence package from WiTricity for its magnetic resonance technology. With this move, the technology group can work toward becoming a supplier of wireless charging technology for electric vehicles. “This addition to the MAHLE portfolio provides us with …

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Volvo Group Venture Capital invests in wireless electric charging

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Volvo Group Venture Capital will invest in Momentum Dynamics’ wireless charging technology Volvo Group Venture Capital AB, a subsidiary of the Volvo Group, has announced an investment in Momentum Dynamics – a leading company in high power wireless charging of electric vehicles. Momentum Dynamics is a Philadelphia-based company developing and …

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World-leading WiCET project launches to advance wireless charging for electric taxis

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Cenex’s WiCET project will undergo a feasibility study to assess its viability to provide wireless charging for UK taxis Cenex has announced WiCET (Wireless Charging for Electric Taxis), a ground-breaking project in the field of wireless electric vehicle charging funded by Innovate UK. WiCET provides a unique opportunity for the …

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Freewire Technologies, Centrica and Zipcar UK to study on-demand EV charging

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Freewire and its partners will study the benefits of mobile energy storage and wireless technology FreeWire Technologies, a pioneer in flexible electric vehicle charging technology, has received funding from the Office for Low Emission Vehicles and Innovate UK to participate in the Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging for Commercial Users competition. …

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ORNL demonstrates 120-kW wireless charging for vehicles

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The capacity of ORNL’s new wireless charger is a significant increase on the group’s original 20-kW model Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have demonstrated a 120-kW wireless charging system for vehicles – providing six times the power of previous ORNL technology and a big step …

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