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Charging up the road

Israel’s ElectReon does not stop. Having begun building pilot vehicle charging roads in Sweden, Germany and Tel Aviv (see here), it is now partnering European infrastructure company, Eurovia (part of Vinci S.A.), to promote and build wireless electric road systems … Continue reading

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Electric road for Tel Aviv

Israel’s ElectReon (reported here previously) has launched a pilot to build electric roads for public transportation charging in Tel Aviv. The first route from Tel Aviv University Rail station to Klatzkin terminal Ramat Aviv includes 600 meters of electric road … Continue reading

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Funds raised by Israeli startups

Artlist $48 million; Cynet $18 million; Codefresh $27 million; TripActions $125 million; Simply Speak $1.1 million; Hunters $15 million; Upsolver $13 million; Spike $8 million; Global-e Online $60 million; InterCure $11 million; ECOncrete $5 million; InnoCan $3.7 million; Curv $23 … Continue reading

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Electric road for Germany

As reported (here) previously, Israel’s ElectReon develops a real-time wireless electrification system for roads, to reduce dependence on fuel and charging stations. It has now partnered with German energy company EnBW which will implement the technology initially on two roads … Continue reading

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An Israeli electric road in Sweden

I reported previously (19th Jan) on the wireless vehicle road charging technology developed by Israel-based Electreon Wireless. Sweden has just selected Electreon’s technology for the construction of the world’s first dynamic electric road system – a 1.6km section near Visby, … Continue reading

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Recharge your car as you drive

I reported previously (see here) on Israel’s ElectRoad and its technology to charge cars and buses from the road itself. Now Israeli’s ElectReon Wireless has successfully tested wirelessly powering an electric car using its electric road infrastructure. https://www.calcalistech.com/ctech/articles/0,7340,L-3753600,00.html

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