wireless charging Stories June 1, 2020

Israel’s Electreon Wireless Ltd. plans to install electric charging coils under a 1.2-mile stretch of road in Tel Aviv in mid-August. It’s the latest attempt to enable electric vehicles to charge while driving. But is the approach feasible and necessary?

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wireless charging Stories December 28, 2019

BMW’s latest electric motorcycle patent shows that the company is hard at work on wireless charging options. And they seem to have come up with a clever option.

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wireless charging Stories March 21, 2019

Norway’s appetite for electric cars is booming, and its capital of Oslo will be the first to install wireless charging infrastructure for the city’s electric taxis.

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wireless charging Stories January 3, 2019

Some automakers believe that there’s a convenience problem with charging electric vehicles and they think wireless charging might be the solution.

In that trend, Hyundai and Kia are unveiling today a new electric vehicle wireless charging system with autonomous parking. expand full story

wireless charging Stories October 24, 2018

With a car as forward thinking as the Model 3, I admit that it’s a bit disappointing that Tesla didn’t opt for wireless smartphone charging, or at least make a wireless charger for Tesla Model 3 an option in the design studio. As Tesla makes progress with Model 3 deliveries and eventually ushers in the standard range battery option, it’ll hopefully begin addressing smaller wants like this.

Until then, there are wireless charging solutions made available by third-parties. One of the most popular options, the Nomad Wireless Charger for Tesla Model 3, recently landed in the office. Nomad, which is known for its Horween Leather-based iPhone cases and iPhone accessories, saw an excellent opportunity to fill the needs of Model 3 owners. The result is a wireless charging pad that could easily pass as being a native part of the Model 3. Watch our hands-on video as we discuss the ins and outs of Nomad’s wireless charging solution. expand full story

wireless charging Stories April 19, 2018

We have been skeptical about the usefulness of current wireless charging systems for electric vehicles, but now a new interesting system with a record charge rate (almost double Tesla’s current Supercharger) has been deployed for the first time and it is made specifically for electric buses. expand full story

wireless charging Stories April 11, 2018

Kia confirmed this week that the Hyundai-Kia America Technical Center (HATCI) and Mojo Mobility (Mojo) have completed a three-year project to develop a wireless charging system for the Kia Soul EV, but it has no plan to bring it to production. expand full story

wireless charging Stories December 13, 2017

Continental AG, the large German automotive OEM company today previewed some new electric car charging technology that they plan to showcase at CES in Las Vegas next month. The announcements amount to two different parts of the EV charging infrastructure that would be OEM-ed into Electric vehicles by automakers:

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wireless charging Stories December 23, 2016


Love it or hate it, wireless charging has been around for years. While stereotypically the technology comes with enough convenience issues to make most users question its superiority to traditional chorded tech, like any contemporary invention it has steadily improved over the past few years.

Earlier this week, a partnership was announced between Boston-area startup WiTricity and General Motors (GM), with the goal of developing wireless charging pads for electric vehicles. expand full story

wireless charging Stories April 15, 2016

Momentum Dynamics

Momentum Dynamics, a wireless charging startup, sent out a press release this week claiming that they will deliver 200 kW wireless charging systems by the end of the year. In comparison, the company had previously only delivered 25 kW and 50 kW systems, and just recently, it was testing a very slow 1.5 kW wireless charger with Google for its self-driving car prototypes.

A 200 kW system would not only be faster than most charging stations, but it would also have higher output than the Tesla Supercharger’s 135 kW charge rate. expand full story

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