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    Thursday, April 23, 2015

    WIRELESS EV CHARGING

    Finding an Easier Way to Charge Electric Vehicles

    Jim Motavalli, April 23, 2015 (NY Times)

    “…[Hevo Power] is working to create a home for electric vehicles in an environment that is inherently challenging to them. First, he and his team developed a wireless charger designed to look like an ordinary manhole cover and fit unobtrusively into the urban landscape. They are also working on what he calls a ‘green loading zone.’ Electric trucks simply drive up and recharge wirelessly while they are parked…[Hevo] plans to test the technology by the fall at New York University, on a groundskeeping vehicle. That day will be a long ¬awaited milestone for Hevo Power, which has been working on its products for several years…With vast numbers of apartment dwellers, New York, along with cities like Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia and San Francisco, represents the promise, and the challenges, of what is a large, still ¬untapped market for electric vehicles…[Population density], as well as government bureaucracy, cold weather, the difficulty of curbside recharging on busy streets and the high cost of owning a vehicle in a city in general, makes running an electric car a challenge…” click here for more

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