Wired: Electric cars could soon charge as you drive

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QualcommWireless charging could make an electrified M25 a real possibility. Read more ... » has introduced a newNew electric car club in Stratford is first of its kind in UK. Read more ... » systemNo Joke: Are AA-battery powered cars the future?. Read more ... » that can chargeGo Aberdeen: Electric vehicle no charge cost to continue in Aberdeen. Read more ... » a carBetter Late Than Never: Longbridge caretaker tests out electric cars for Birmingham City Council. Read more ... » while it’s travelling at ‘highway speeds’.

Called dynamic electricBetter Late Than Never: Longbridge caretaker tests out electric cars for Birmingham City Council. Read more ... » vehicleBMW i3 Release date is post-November, Meanwhile, the inside story: how it’s made. Read more ... » chargingBMW i3 Release date is post-November, Meanwhile, the inside story: how it’s made. Read more ... » (DEVC), the technologyPlug-in car grant extended with extra £400m until March 2018. Read more ... » is integrated into a specially-built track, cutting out the need for electric carsGovernment funds will pay for electric vehicle charging point at Popham Little Chef. Read more ... » to stop at charging stations.

The breakthrough could pave the way for the building of more roads capable of charging cars, and an eventual move to other electric vehiclesBetter Late Than Never: Longbridge caretaker tests out electric cars for Birmingham City Council. Read more ... ».

Based on the Qualcomm HaloWireless Electric Vehicle Charging - Will it Work?. Read more ... » wirelessFrom Across the Pond: Is wireless the future of EV charging?. Read more ... » electric vehicle charging technology (WEVCWireless Electric Vehicle Charging - Will it Work?. Read more ... »), the DEVC tech can charge two vehiclesPlug-in car grant extended with extra £400m until March 2018. Read more ... » on the same track simultaneously. What’s more, vehicles can pick up charge while travelling forwards and in reverse.

The technology was demonstrated at the 100-metre FABRIC test track at Satory Versailles, FranceGovernment subsidies ‘threaten’ electric car future market. Read more ... », where the two vehicles were able to charge at up to 20Electric vehicle charging points will be 'within 25 miles' by 2014. Read more ... » kilowatts while travelling at high speedElectric cars to race in Formula E. Read more ... ».

Testing on the track will continue until the end of the year
Testing on the track will continue until the end of the year

The pseudo-acronym FABRIC stands for FeAsiBility analysis and developmentFord Wants To Develop Its Own Battery Chemistries For Hybrids, Electric Cars, But Why?. Read more ... » of on-Road chargIng solutions for future electriC vehicles and is a €9Battery Breakthrough To Boost Nissan Electric Cars To One In 10 Sales Around 2020, Exec Says. Read more ... » million (£7One in Four Would Consider Buying an Electric Car. Read more ... ».6m) project, mostly funded by the European CommissionElectric Cars Would Lower UK Oil Imports By 40%, But Only With Much Wider Adoption: Report. Read more ... ». Built by VEDECOM, the FABRIC test track was fitted with charging tech by Qualcomm, while VEDECOM and RenaultScotland’s first all-electric car club launches in St Andrews. Read more ... » worked together to equip two Renault KangooElectric van trial for businesses in Daventry. Read more ... » vehicles with the receiving part of the technology.

“The installationSiemens has completed supply and installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure across 12 London Underground car parks.. Read more ... » of one of the worldNissan UK Plant Begins Making LEAF Batteries. Read more ... »’s first DEVC test platforms has provided usNissan UK Plant Begins Making LEAF Batteries. Read more ... » with a unique test facilityFirst electric vehicle charging point for Bute. Read more ... » and we look forward to expanding our expertise with the future testing,” said VEDECOM CEOPlug-in car grant extended with extra £400m until March 2018. Read more ... » Luc Marbach.

The FABRIC project began in January 2014 and is scheduled to continue until December 2017. The initiative is being undertaken by 25Electric cars to race in Formula E. Read more ... » organisations from nine European countries, including car makers, suppliers, and automotive researchResearch reveals predicted electric car boom at UK hot spot cities. Read more ... » groups.

It is hoped the breakthrough in dynamic charging will make electric vehicles a far more attractive option for car users.

“We see dynamic charging as a great vision to further enhance the ease of useWhy Go Electric: What Plug-in car and van grants available?. Read more ... » of EVsPlug-in car grant extended with extra £400m until March 2018. Read more ... » [Electric Vehicles], thus the accessibility of EVs for all,” said Eric FeunteunRenault to double electric car range by 2020. Read more ... », Electric VehicleGovernment funds will pay for electric vehicle charging point at Popham Little Chef. Read more ... » Program Director, Groupe Renault.

The aim of the current project is to investigate how the rangeZoe Rumour to release by Oct 2013, and by 2014, Renault Zoe (2014) #EV could* have 220 mile range.. Read more ... » of electric carsFord Wants To Develop Its Own Battery Chemistries For Hybrids, Electric Cars, But Why?. Read more ... » ban be boosted.

“The combination of a global team of expert engineers and Qualcomm HaloWireless UK: UK motorway to charge electric cars on the move. Read more ... » technology, which covers all aspects of WEVC systems, irrespective of the magnetics usedBetter Late Than Never: Longbridge caretaker tests out electric cars for Birmingham City Council. Read more ... », has enabled us to really push the boundaries of the possible and outline our vision for future urban mobility,” said Steve Pazol, vice president and general manager for Wireless ChargingLondon gears up for all-electric Formula E racing series. Read more ... » at Qualcomm.


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