Wireless charging for electric and autonomous vehicles —whether owned by a consumer or managed by a fleet company—is not only inevitable but the technology is available now.
Self-driving electric cars for consumers or fleet operators offer a promise of safer streets, more efficient mobility, convenience, and benefits to the environment. According to McKinsey, commercial and passenger fleets in the U.S. could include as many as 8 million EVs by 2030, amounting to 10-15% of all fleet vehicles. Not to mention, the Biden administration is pushing for EVs to make up half of U.S. auto sales by 2030. But powering these electric vehicle fleets—whether they’re autonomous or not—requires rethinking the charging experience.
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