Wireless juice

Found this remarkable paragraph in the most recent report on Idaho National Laboratory operations for late last year. I can’t recall seeing any news reports …

INL researchers recently released independent testing results of a wireless charging system designed for plug-in electric vehicles. The system tested, Evatran’s Plugless Level 2 Charging System, uses inductive technology to wirelessly charge a PEV’s traction battery, which powers the vehicle. Soon, drivers of electric vehicles may only need to park to begin charging their batteries. INL continues to conduct independent testing of PEVs and charging systems. The Plugless system is the first wireless power transfer technology to be independently documented and published.

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