Wireless Car Charging Could Be Here As Soon as 2013 from Companies Including Evatran, WiTricity, and HaloIPT

December 15, 2011 by  
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Wireless electric car charging , the technology many said was too inefficient or impractical to be a success, now appears to be a top priority for many automakers and electronics suppliers. We recently told you how Daimler was testing an inductive charging system for the next-generation Mercedes E-Cell vehicle, and we already know Nissan is working on a system for the 2014 LEAF as well as quick-charging systems that can power your house in reverse. Now we’ve discovered that Evatran is making hubcap-sized wireless charging systems for both the LEAF and the Chevy Volt that should be available through Sears next year. And there’s more. Read the rest of Wireless Car Charging Could Be Here As Soon as 2013 from Companies Including Evatran, WiTricity, and HaloIPT Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Amazon , chevy volt , Conductor-Wampflix , Delphi , electric car , electric vehicle , ev , evatran , general electric wattstation , haloipt , inductive car charging , inductive charging , Infiniti EV , International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection , Mercedes E-Cell , Nissan Leaf , Rolls-Royce 102 EX Phantom , Sears , wireless car charging , wireless charging , witricity

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Wireless Car Charging Could Be Here As Soon as 2013 from Companies Including Evatran, WiTricity, and HaloIPT

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