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.
Metz & Intis inductive charging for e-kick-scooters
German manufacturers Metz & Intis have created an inductive charging platform for electric kick-scooters. The wireless solution called Easy Charge is suitable for the Metz Moover, but will also be available for electric scooter models from all other manufacturers. This inductive charging solution is also possible in retrofits, making it viable for other light electric […]
Inductive charging project for taxis in Cologne
In the German city of Cologne, an inductive (wireless) charging project for taxis is being set up called the Taxi Charging Concept for Public Spaces (TALAKO for short from the German). This is part of the SMATA feasibility project was launched in October.