Wireless Inductive Charging Could Sell More EVs, Concludes Study for Tech Leader

Wireless charging firm WiTricity is making the case that its tech will help sell more electric cars. The company on Wednesday released results of a study it commissioned showing that availability of wireless charging could nudge consumers into taking the plunge.

“EV considerers” who haven’t committed to purchasing an EV indicated that their intent to purchase increased from 35% to 59% with the availability of wireless charging, according to the study.

Read the full article in Green Car Reports