Tag: Inductive charging

Jun 13, 2022 - 04:07 pm

Stellantis & Iveco successfully test inductive charging

On the “Arena del Futuro”, a test track for inductive charging in motion, Stellantis, Iveco and the other project partners have made important progress. Based on the initial results, Stellantis says DWPT (Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer) technology may “power our electrified future”.

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May 5, 2022 - 02:49 pm

Intis and Slovenian Post want to charge e-Crafter inductively

Slovenian state-owned postal company Pošta Slovenije wants to demonstrate inductive charging of an electric transporter in a real-life environment together with German specialist Intis. As part of the Edison Winci project, Intis will retrofit a Pošta Slovenije VW e-Crafter for wireless charging.

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Mar 10, 2022 - 03:44 pm

Electreon signs cooperation deals in Finland & the USA

The Israeli company Electreon, which specialises in inductive charging of electric vehicles, wants to enter the Finnish market through a cooperation with the infrastructure service provider Destia. In addition, another test project is to be launched in the US state of Utah in the summer.

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Mar 4, 2022 - 03:11 pm

Volvo tests inductive charging in Gothenburg

Volvo Cars is working with partners to test wireless charging of electric cars: In Gothenburg, a small fleet of Volvo XC40 Recharge cabs equipped with an inductive charging solution from Momentum Dynamics is now on the road.

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Feb 9, 2022 - 03:36 pm

Electreon joins CharIN

Electreon, an Israeli company specialising in inductive charging for electric vehicles, has joined the CCS initiative CharIN. As a core member of CharIN, Electreon will contribute technical insights on wireless charging technology requirements and participate in relevant working groups to develop common global standards.

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Feb 2, 2022 - 03:27 pm

Electreon to build inductive test track in the USA

Electreon, an Israeli company specialising in inductive charging of electric vehicles, has announced its first project in the USA. This envisages a section of road up to one mile long in Detroit where electric vehicles will be dynamically and stationarily charged wirelessly. Operations are scheduled to begin in 2023.

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Jan 13, 2022 - 03:17 pm

Momentum Dynamics picks up steam on inductive charging

The US developer Momentum Dynamics, which specialises in inductive charging systems for electric vehicles, is expanding its focus to the passenger car sector. So far, the company has concentrated mainly on wireless charging for electric buses and trucks. In addition, the company also plans to expand geographically.

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Jan 7, 2022 - 12:08 pm

Holcim & Magment cooperate on inductive charging

Building materials producer Holcim has entered into a strategic partnership with German startup Magment. The aim of the cooperation is to improve Magment’s magnetisable concrete technology for road surfaces, which can be used to wirelessly charge electric vehicles while driving.

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Oct 20, 2021 - 10:41 am

First fully operational bus running on Smartroad Gotland

ElectrReon announced the launch of the first fully operational e-bus utilising the company’s wireless charging infrastructure in the city of Visby, Sweden. The Smartroad Gotland project started in 2020 and is one of four Electric Road demonstrators in Sweden.

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Oct 12, 2021 - 04:11 pm

Île-de-France Mobilités: bendy e-buses for Paris

Île-de-France Mobilités, the entity responsible for organising public transport in the Paris metropolitan area, is awarding a contract to a consortium of Van Hool, Kiepe Electric and Alstom to build a fleet of 24-metre-long, all-electric, double-articulated buses.

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Oct 5, 2021 - 12:26 pm

ElectReon to install wireless charging in Tel Aviv

In Israel, ElectReon, a company specialising in inductive charging of electric vehicles, has signed a 5-year contract with the Dan Bus Company. The contract provides for an expansion of the wireless charging network for public electric bus lines in Tel Aviv and the wider area.

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Aug 10, 2021 - 11:45 am

Wave to develop high voltage inductive charging system

The US company Wave (Wireless Advanced Vehicle Electrification), a subsidiary of Ideanomics, develops inductive charging systems for electric commercial vehicles. For future developments, Wave is planning 500 and 1,000 kW charging power – and explicitly refers to the Tesla Semi.

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Aug 5, 2021 - 07:20 pm

Sprint Power trials wireless charging in the UK

Sprint Power is leading what they say is a multi-million-pound UK government-backed project that aims to demonstrate the suitability of wireless charging technology for fleet vehicles. The trials will start next month for 6-8 months in Leeds, Nottingham and Warwick.

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Jul 14, 2021 - 03:06 pm

Momentum delivers 300 kW inductive charging

In the US state of Washington, Momentum Dynamics has installed three additional inductive charging systems for the Link Transit authority electric bus fleet in Wenatchee. Charging capacities of up to 300 kW mean that electric buses can be charged wirelessly within a few minutes.

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Jul 7, 2021 - 02:10 pm

Tesvolt joins Stercom on inductive charging

German specialist for Lithium battery storage for industry and commerce, Tesvolt, has now become a shareholder of Stercom Power Solutions, a German first mover in inductive charging. The two companies want to drive forward the wireless charging of electric cars, buses and trucks. The goal is “inductive supercharging” at 200 kW.

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May 20, 2021 - 01:42 pm

ElectReon plans inductive test road in Italy

ElectReon Wireless, an Israeli company specialising in inductive charging of electric vehicles, will provide its technology to charge two Stellantis vehicles and an Iveco bus while driving in Brescia, Italy, as part of the Arena of the Future project.

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Mar 15, 2021 - 05:38 pm

TUM develops inductive charging with superconductors

A team from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has succeeded in producing a coil made of superconducting wires that can transmit power of more than five kilowatts without contact and major losses. Possible applications include vehicles or even aircraft.

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Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2022/06/13/stellantis-iveco-confirm-successful-inductive-charging-tests/
13.06.2022 16:58