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USA: Inductive Charging for Electric Vehicles Will Be Tested in Berlin

There’s nothing new about using electromagnetic induction for “wireless” charging of many devices and gadgets. Gizmag present a good array of examples like a “cable-free option to keep the batteries of everything from mice and keyboards to mobile phones and toothbrushes juiced up.”

German automakers have obviously decided that the time has come to inductively power bigger gadgets than toothbrushes. It’s the electric vehicle’s turn now. German government-backed “Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität” project, or “Effective House Plus with Electric Mobility” has pilot plans to demo a feasibility and effectiveness of these inductive chargers for a speciment of a German household (and a garage for several electric vehicles):


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