Electric car tech update: BMW working on wireless charging

July 27th, 2014 Comments Off on Electric car tech update: BMW working on wireless charging

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BMW says the systemGreat! : First electric car charging points in Plymouth now live . Read more ... », which combines two coils – one insideVW electric car on the new MEB platform will have 311 miles of range for 2019. Read more ... » the car and one embedded into the ground alongside a base plate – is up to 90 per cent efficient and can transfer electricityLynn councillors to decide fees for electric vehicles. Read more ... » at a rate of 3Should you sit and wait for all electric "prestige premium" of #BMW i3? Or get on with it, and grab a #LEAF?. Read more ... ».6kW. The current is transferred via an alternating magnetic field.

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BMW also says the technology has been future-proofed to cope with more complex electric vehicleswoop: Dyson to build electric cars. Read more ... » and larger batteriesUK: Campaign rubbishes myths about electric cars. Read more ... », and is capable of transferring current at a rate of up to 7kW if required.

The firm isn’t the only manufacturer to investigate wirelessWireless charging could make an electrified M25 a real possibility. Read more ... » charging. NissanWhat the Future Holds: Car Makers’ #EV Commitments, a Brand-by-Brand Review. Read more ... » and Toyota#ElectricCar will become common sight, says Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin. Read more ... » are both currently working on similar systems, while it has also been suggested that inductive charging could be usedwoop: Dyson to build electric cars. Read more ... » under UK12 cities to 2-4 winners & £65 million funding for ultra-low emission cities and green buses. Read more ... » roads in the future.

BMW hasn’t set a dateGo Aberdeen: Electric vehicle no charge cost to continue in Aberdeen. Read more ... » by which it aims12 cities to 2-4 winners & £65 million funding for ultra-low emission cities and green buses. Read more ... » to bring the technology to marketKia’s electric car on sale in 2014 – but will it be for UK?. Read more ... », but judging by the rate at which electric vehicleABB inks CLEVER Danish electric car charging deal. Read more ... » uptake is increasing in the UK – latest figures place sales of alterntively fuelled vehicles up by over 50German cabinet gives green light to electric car incentives. Read more ... » per cent in the first six months of 2014 – it would be likely that the system could be in place by the end of the decade.

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