Electric Bus Could Charge Itself At Every Stop

Electric Bus Could Charge Itself At Every Stop
Innovation

Instead of plugging in to refresh its energy, Utah State University has demonstrated a high-efficiency wireless power transfer system.

Emma Hutchings
  • 4 december 2012

Utah State University has demonstrated a first-of-its-kind electric bus and inductive charging system. This technology could be very useful for bus stops, as the vehicles stick to planned routes and could recharge every time they pass through a stop via a pad in the ground.

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