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Future of Power Distribution

In the next decade, you may see a mobile whose battery never gets discharged and charges automatically without wires and contact to any charging mat. Do you think that’s a possibility? If I say, in the next decade electric cars would no more have the plug in socket for charging. Will you buy that car?  If I say that, from next decade onwards these copper wires and all power line wires will start to move towards their extinction.
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