WiTricity, Hydrogen South Africa, Hyundai.
WiTricity to charge faster: The inductive charging specialist is working on stronger solutions. The company announced to now have a 6.6 kW system apart from the usual 3.3 kW charger. Furthermore, Witricity wants to add even more power and speaks of “10s of kilowatts” to be added in the future.
Fuel cells on airplanes could soon replace the auxiliary power units (APUs) currently powered by small gas turbine engines. In a three-year project funded by Airbus and South Africa’s National Aerospace Centre, Hydrogen South Africa (HySA) will research into that matter.
New Hyundai ix35 spied: Photographers caught the camouflaged ix35 while testing. The Hyundai will only be fully unveiled at the end of 2015 but will then be offered shortly after as fuel cell vehicle again. No major changes are expected for the model year 2016.
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