Wireless Charging: Providing Accessibility AND Freedom

A few weeks ago we did a blog post where we interviewed D’Arcee Neal, a disabilities advocate who shared some of his frustrations about dealing with electric vehicle chargers. “Frustrating. Maddening. Disappointing. And painful.” But as you know, seeing is believing. Here is a video of what D’Arcee deals with in the day-to-day charging of…

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Smart mobility can fuel smart cities

Electric bikes and electric scooters pave the way for a cleaner future Today’s cities are straining under the weight of needed infrastructure improvements, traffic jams, increased air pollution, and more. Add tight budgets, over-taxed citizens, and competing priorities, it’s no wonder today’s futurists are striving for a cleaner and more efficient tomorrow. Smart Cities –…

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Charging Needs to be Accessible. For Everyone.

by Eric Cohen Most people driving EVs approach charging stations and never think about much more than how long it’s going to take to charge their vehicle. Imagine, however, living your life in a wheelchair, wanting to charge your EV, and encountering a picture like this one: How exactly would you get to the charger?…

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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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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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Look Ma, No Hands! Autonomous park-and-charge is real

More than one automobile company has created animated videos demonstrating how cool it would be to autonomously park and charge – here is Hyundai’s vision built on WiTricity’s magnetic resonance wireless charging. Today, there’s no need for animation. As seen in this video, FAW recently showed its HongQi E-HS9 parking and charging autonomously. No driver….

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What Watts? EV Charge Rate Explained

When you drive an old-fashioned gasoline powered vehicle, you know how many gallons your tank holds and what your typical miles per gallon (MPG) is in town or on the highway, so it’s easy to plan for how much gas you’ll need based on where you want to go. It’s also easy to know that…

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