Apr 30, 2014 - 08:48 am

BYD, WiTricity, Vivax, Hayvard.

BYD-TangBYD unveils Tang: The Chinese manufacturer has officially unveiled its latest plug-in SUV in Beijing. The Tang comes as 4WD and is said to drive about 40 miles all electrically. Furthermore, BYD revealed plans to offer a new ‘super-hybrid’ called Ming featuring four in-wheel drives by 2016.
automotive-business-review.com, green.autoblog.com

Wireless charging commercialised: WiTricity is licensing its inductive charging technology to the Japanese TDK Corporation. The licensing agreement will enable TDK to market WiTricity’s wireless charging technology for EVs on a large scale.
greencarcongress.com, electric-vehiclenews.com

Small secret: The Vivax Assist conversion kit for pedelecs is inserted into the seat post and can provide a boost of up to 200 W. Its battery sits in a saddle bag. The system is so inconspicuous that once a cyclist at the Tour de France was suspected to have used it secretly.

Fuel saving PSV: Hayvard has been commissioned by Fafnir Offshore HF to design and build a hybrid Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) together with Norwegian Electric Systems. Ironically, the boat is supposed to serve around offshore oil platforms in the Arctic while saving 30 to 40% of fuel itself.


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30.04.2014 08:29