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German engineering firm EDAG develops wireless EV charging technology

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Inductive charging of EVs involves embedding a transmitter coil in the road and integrating a receiver coil in the EV

German engineering firm EDAG has developed and applied for a patent on a process for the inductive or wireless charging of electric cars, it said on 30 November 2021. The inductive charging of electric cars involves embedding a transmitter coil in the road and integrating a receiver coil in the vehicle, the company said, adding that to charge the EV, the vehicle is driven over the transmitter coil, and the charging process can automatically begin.

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