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The U.K. Highways Agency is beginning to work on plans to install equipment in an English freeway to test the wireless charging of electric vehicles traveling the route. A spokesman confirms the move in an email to WardsAuto. “The government is promoting the advantages of ultra-low-emission vehicles,” he says. “That is why the Highways Agency is at the very early stages of exploring whether innovative technologies exist that would enable electric cars to be charged while ...
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