“Governments across Europe will need to increase their support if we are to see a significant increase in sales [of electric vehicles], both in terms of helping to build the charging infrastructure necessary and in influencing consumer choices.”
ACEA Secretary General Erik Jonnaert is crying out to governments for help as new negotiations on carbon emission targets set by the European Union are to take place. To reach those goals, electric cars as well as hybrids will become essential.
“It’s like the opera singer hitting a note and shattering a glass. When you think about it, she’s moving energy over distance.”
This is WiTricity CEO Alex Gruzen talking about the very same inductive charging his company offers. Honda is already using WiTricity’s wireless charging technology with a Fit EV at a demonstration project in Japan.
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