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    Report: Customers want wireless charging in next-gen Prius Plug-In; they might get it
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    Could 2016 be the year prospective Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid buyers are waiting for? Why, yes, says an unidentified Toyota spokesman. That's according to Plug-in Cars, which reports that a wireless plug-in vehicle charging system may be less than two years away for the Prius Plug-in. WiTricity ...

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    Official: Audi working on wireless charging with WiTricity technology

    See all those Audi A1 e-trons in the photo above? In the near future, they could look exactly the same – i.e., without any visible cords – but be charging their batteries, thanks to Audi's work on wireless charging. Today, Audi released information on seven areas of the "automotive ...

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    MItsubishi, WiTricity ink wireless charging deal

    Mitsubishi Motors has teamed with Boston-based WiTricity and Japan's IHI Corporation to research and develop a program designed to make wireless charging a reality for plug-in vehicle owners. It's hoped that the collaboration will advance the development of a real-world wireless charging ...

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    Analyst: Wireless charging of plug-in vehicles to become standard

    Wireless charging of plug-in vehicles is to become standard, says Laura Marlino, deputy director at the power electronics and electrical power systems research center at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Marlino told Automotive Power Electronics conference-goers that, "We believe it's not a ...

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    Toyota teams with WiTricity for work on wireless charging systems

    Japanese automaker Toyota has entered into a technological collaboration agreement with Boston, MA-based WiTricity Corporation. The agreement centers on the practical application of automotive wireless charging systems for plug-in vehicles and promotion of their widespread use. Additionally, ...

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    Delphi partners with WiTricity on automated wireless charging system

    One could easily argue that parking between the white lines at any local hangout presents a challenge for some inexperienced drivers. So, why in the world would a company develop a system that forces drivers to align their vehicle over top of a 3,300 watt pad that's no bigger than a stop sign? The ...

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    REPORT: Nissan bringing wireless charging to electric cars

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    Upper-level Nissan executives like Minoru Shinohara (pictured above right with the Pivo 2 concept), the senior vice president of the technology development department, have talked about wireless charging for Nissan's upcoming electric ...

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    Intel updates the potential of wireless electric charging

    Photo by rintakumpu. Licensed under Creative Commons license 2.0.It's been over a year since we wrote about WiTricity, the MIT-developed wireless charging system. While we're still a long, long way from powering all-electric automobiles without heavy and expensive batteries, there is an update on ...

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    Wireless power from WiPower - ready for commercialization?

    While the world is still likely quite far from the days of charging your electric car simply by parking in a designated spot, WiPower thinks that they are close to commercialization of their wireless charging technology. In fact, they go so far as to claim that their system is already more ...


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