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WiTricity + ProDrive = 11 kW Wireless Charging For European Automaker

Originally published on Gas2. Wireless charging may be key to the coming zero-emissions, green-car revolution. Oddly enough, people who think nothing about sticking a smelly gasoline hose into their cars every few days are squeamish about putting their hands on a charging cable. They are so inconvenient, you know? Plus, if you mount your charger [&hellip WiTricity + ProDrive = 11 kW Wireless Charging For European Automaker was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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