Wireless EV Charging: Worth Double the Price of a Plug-in Charger

by Eric Cohen Calgary – nicknamed “Cowtown” – is Canada’s largest producer of natural gas and oil, but the energy section that represents a significant portion of Calgary industries also includes many clean technologies. Solar, wind, bioenergy, and geothermal all contribute to the lifeblood of the cosmopolitan city that’s home to more than a million…

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The 80% Rule

By Craig Cole, Senior Editor, EV Pulse There are rules for everything. Pay your taxes… wear pants… don’t drive on the sidewalk … and if you own an electric vehicle, you need to be aware of the “80% rule.” Why is 80% an important number if you own an electric car, crossover, or pick-up? There…

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The Road Less Traveled

by Eric Cohen It only takes a few minutes talking with Elaine Borseth, President of the Electric Vehicle Association, to know she loves cars. It’s also clear why she’s President of North America’s leading volunteer organization that accelerates the adoption of electric vehicles. “I grew up in Detroit. My father loved cars. What made it…

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Your Pacemaker is Safe with Wireless EV Charging

by Eric Cohen It’s likely you’ve heard of an “MRI” – in fact, many of you have probably had an experience having an MRI. If so, you remember being in a long tube where you hear a lot of noise, don’t feel anything, and end up with some cool pictures of your body. That’s Magnetic…

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The Role EVs Can Play to Save the Power Grid

by Amy Barzdukas In late August, the California Air Resources Board approved a ruling requiring 100 percent of new car sales in California to be zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) by 2035. In response, Governor Gavin Newsome stated, “We can solve this climate crisis if we focus on the big, bold steps necessary to cut pollution.” Since…

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Was Detroit the Future?

by Amy Barzdukas My longish journey home from the North American International Auto Show – I’ll just refer to it as “Detroit” – gave me a chance to reflect on the whole experience. What I saw. What I heard. And, where we’re headed. The show was an interesting split of EVs on display and new…

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A Renaissance Man Embraces EV Wireless Charging

by Eric Cohen From theatre and music to green technology and micro transportation, Matthew Gillian is a true Renaissance Man. Defined as “a person who has wide interests and many areas of knowledge,” Renaissance men, like Matthew, are making differences in their community. After 10 years in the music industry, Matthew’s interest in green technology…

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When Can My Genesis GV60 Charge Wirelessly?

by Eric Cohen “I’m really excited about getting into EVs. I’m even more excited about charging my EV wirelessly.” When that email showed up in my inbox, I couldn’t wait to speak with Andy Cooper. Why was he so excited about electric vehicles? And, what is it about wireless charging that got him so “charged…

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Charging into Retirement with EV Wireless Charging

by Eric Cohen “I’ve been embracing new technology for 50 years!” exclaimed Roger O’Connor. “Although I’m in my 80’s, I’m always looking for the next big thing and wireless charging is it.” That’s quite an endorsement from a gentleman who was an early adopter of the latest technologies including the PC, email, cell phone, VCR,…

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Wireless Charging Needs to be a Requirement, Not an Option

by Eric Cohen David Meng was charging his BMW before most people had even heard about electric vehicles. As an entrepreneur who is always fascinated by the latest technology, David took the plunge into hybrid vehicles very early on and was one of the first to raise his hand when BMW offered a wireless charging…

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