One week after launching what it calls the world’s first wireless-charging system for electric vehicles, HaloIPT Ltd. is displaying the technology at the Electric Vehicle Symposium in Shenzhen, China, being held Nov.5-9. The London-based technology development company is bringing to market inductive power transfer (IPT) technology that allows EVs fitted with an integrated receiver pad to charge automatically while parked over transmitter pads buried in the ground. The technology uses ...
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