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Richmond Times-Dispatch : Virginia business briefs for Aug. 3

Evatran, the developer of Plugless Power wireless electric vehicle charging technology, said it has logged more than 1,500 hours of charging time on its Plugless L2 wireless charging systems installed across the country.

More than 15 installations are now complete, with the final installations slated for mid-August.

The Apollo Trial Program, the first of its kind in the world, follows real electric vehicle drivers as they use the Evatran’s Plugless system on their Chevrolet Volts and Nissan Leafs.

Participants represent various industries, from car rental agencies to corporate campuses to utility providers, with installations across the United States.

The Plugless Power technology, based on magnetic induction, was developed to allow electric vehicle drivers to avoid physically plugging in and unplugging their electric vehicles daily.

Evatran’s corporate offices are in Richmond. Its manufacturing operation is in Wytheville, and its technical center is in Raleigh, N.C.

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