Mitsubishi is teaming with WiTricity and IHI to research and develop easily deployable electric-vehicle wireless-charging systems readily compatible with electric grids. The auto maker says the partnership of three major players in wireless charging, electric infrastructure and EVs will accelerate the popularization of wireless EV charging systems by developing technology that is usable “right out of the box” for individuals, governments and companies. The aim is to make EVs more ...
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