WiTricity to Deploy EV Wireless Charging at the Detroit Smart Parking Lab

State of Michigan awards WiTricity with grant to demonstrate mobility innovation Watertown, Mass. – March 17, 2022 – WiTricity, the leader and pioneer in wireless charging for electric vehicles (EVs), today announced it has been awarded a $50,000 grant by the state of Michigan and the Michigan Mobility Funding Platform to deploy an electric vehicle…

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Electric Ships Need Wireless Charging

by Eric Cohen With all the recent articles, podcasts, and social media posts about wireless charging for electric vehicles, it’s exciting to see wireless charging used in other applications. As we discussed in a recent blog post about how wireless charging is being used to fuel industrial applications, wireless is proving to be the charging…

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Is an EV Really Autonomous if it Can’t Charge Itself?

Today’s EVs can do about anything – park themselves, tow a trailer, or come when they’re called. But there’s one thing they can’t do: Charge themselves. Is it really autonomous if you have to plug it in? With wireless charging from WiTricity, all you have to do is park and charge.

Cut the Cord

For centuries vehicles ran on hay. Then, it was gas stations and all that came with that. With EVs, we’ve replaced gas with electrons but are still using pumps. Why? It’s time to cut the cord. It’s time to go wireless.  

Stop Juggling. Simply park and charge.

You drive home and realize all the juggling you need to do … baby stuff, work stuff, groceries, text messages, and last but not least … plugging in your EV. If you remember. With WiTricity, simply park and charge.  

Tesla Model 3 with WiTricity Wireless Charging

WiTricity Unveils Plans for Aftermarket Wireless EV Charging Solution

 WiTricity Halo™ Charging fast-tracks a plugless EV experience for consumers Watertown, Mass. – February 23, 2022 – WiTricity, the leader and pioneer in wireless charging for electric vehicles (EVs), today announced plans to offer an aftermarket wireless charging upgrade package for owners of select EV models, starting with a limited beta in 2022. The solution,…

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EVs ARE Equipped to Handle a Winter Stranding

Getting on the bandwagon to ensure truth prevails … A recent Op-Ed in The Washington Post strongly suggested that EVs are ill-equipped to handle a winter stranding. The facts suggest otherwise. With all the severe weather – from the storm that stopped traffic on I-95 for 24 hours to the 24 inches of snow dumped…

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