University looks to improve EV driving range with wireless charging stations

07/3/2014 | GovTech.com

Utah State University researchers are set to begin testing recharging technology for electric vehicles in an effort to reduce "range anxiety" for drivers worried about running out of a charge. USU is working on an in-motion wireless charging station, which assistant professor Zeljko Pantic says would operate with the help of an embedded coil and "power would be transferred from the electrical grid to the coils, then via magnetic field, delivered to a vehicle moving over the coil," eliminating the need for electrical wires.

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