Topic : wireless electric charging bus

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Proterra secures 3-year lease program with NY MTA

Bus| September 14, 2017

The lease program aims to evaluate the combined economic, environmental and performance benefits of deploying an all-electric bus fleet.

Designer envisions 'magic' electric bus for TTC

Bus| June 4, 2015

The Xoupir (pronounced "super") is a fully-electric bus powered by wireless electricity, with four rear wheels to provide extra traction.

Sustainability| March 31, 2015

Bombardier wireless electric bus charging to power Berlin fleet

The PRIMOVE system charges the Berlin buses' batteries at 200 kW in the very few minutes of dwell time spent at the end stations. This allows the e-buses to serve the nearly four-mile-long bus line back and forth - without additional stops or battery changing for an entire day.

Accessibility| November 3, 2014

Wirelessly charged electric bus makes U. of Utah campus debut

The bus, which has been operational for about three months, currently runs in the morning from a bus station in Salt Lake City to University Hospital as well as an additional route on the UofU campus.
Sustainability| November 14, 2013

WAVE Tech. to deploy first commercial electric bus at U. of Utah

The system operates by wirelessly charging the battery from a charging pad located under the road surface.
Bus| November 14, 2013

All About WAVE: Wireless Advanced Vehicle Electrification

WAVE's mission is to revolutionize the transit industry by providing wireless charging technology for use in electric vehicles of all sizes. WAVE's battery solution solves the limitations related to weight, cost, range, and recharge speed.

Bus| August 8, 2013

World's first wireless electric vehicle begins test run in Korea

Wireless electric charging bus developed by researchers from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. The bus is capable of being charged while driving or stationary, thereby removing the need for a charging station. Arirang News report shows video demonstration of the bus in South Korean city of Gumi.

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