EVs: On the Brink of Change

Alix Steel, February 21st, 2020, 7:51 PM EST Electric Vehicles are expected to explode as a more dominant means of mobility in the not-so-distant future. Bloomberg NEF predicts by 2040, 57% of all passenger vehicle sales will be electric. Bloomberg’s Alix Steel explores topics such as market demand and investment; evolving technology and infrastructure; government…

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Ditch the cable with wireless car charging

Charging an electric car is still too hard. Wireless charging seeks to make it easy. Brian Cooley, February 21, 2020 10:00 AM PST We assume electric cars have to be plugged in — it’s right in the name of the “plug-in” hybrid, after all — but if it weren’t for plugs and cables, EVs might face a…

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EV wireless charging – powering the future of autonomous vehicles

YouTube, Undecided with Matt Ferrell EV wireless charging is going to power the future of autonomous vehicles. I had a chance to visit WiTricity in Watertown, MA to talk about their wireless electric vehicle charging technology, how it can be used, and when we can expect it to hit the market.

An Interview with Alex Gruzen, CEO of WiTricity

Written by, Anna Sheppard, Founder of Watts Up Cleantech How would you describe what WiTricity does to a family member who doesn’t work in cleantech or in the automotive industry? We are getting rid of the last cord in people’s lives, which is the power cord. We enable electric cars to charge without having to…

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A Conversation with WiTricity CEO Alex Gruzen

December 11, 2019 / Sebastian Blanco / Ride, by Kelley Bluebook Wireless charging, also known as inductive charging, is familiar to millions of people who use an electric toothbrush or an Apple Watch. But the electric vehicle drivers who will get to know this technology soonest are likely to be the Chinese and the Europeans,…

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WiTricity expands wireless charging with Qualcomm deal

By Hiawatha Bray GLOBE STAFF   Watertown-based WiTricity, which makes wireless battery charging systems for electric cars, is acquiring the wireless charging technology of San Diego’s Qualcomm. Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed. WiTricity, a spinoff of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, makes a system that lets a driver park an electric vehicle on…

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WiTricity Is Buying Qualcomm Halo’s Wireless Electric Car Charging Tech

Sebastian Blanco Contributor Transportation Wireless electric vehicle charging is the ideal technology for EV drivers who literally want to think about charging their car as little as possible. With enough magnetic resonance pads installed in the ground and in cars, people could simply go about their business the exact same way they do today but would…

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Is Wireless Charging for Cars Finally Here?

The Massachusetts startup WiTricity has developed a mat that charges electric vehicles using magnetic resonance Someday fleets of shared autonomous cars will shuttle passengers rapidly around cities, picking them up and dropping them off without the need for parking lots, garages, or even personal vehicles. But without a place to sit and charge, or the…

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Witricity Bring Wireless Electric Charging to Automobiles

NECN, This week in business: Witricity CEO Alex Gruzen talks about the company’s work to create wireless electric charging for automobiles. Will this be a big game changer? (Published Friday, Oct 19, 2018) > Watch full video

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