Wireless charging of electric vehicles in the U.S. will become more of a reality for owners of the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt come July.
Oak Ridge National Lab has brought on wireless charging expert Evatran to assist in its Department of Energy project.
Green Car Reports takes a look at how one electric car charging start up is pondering the question of whether consumers will be interested in wirelessly charging their electric cars.
No more cold, stiff extension cords, and equally cold and stiff fingers for electric vehicle (EV) owners, thanks to Evatran Plugless Power.
Evatran, the company behind Plugless Power wireless charging, has agreements with five participants to outfit Volts and Leafs with their system.
Sears has signed an agreement with Virginia-based Evatran to install their Plugless Power cordless electric vehicle (EV) charging system in consumers’ homes.
Google will be the first to test Evatran’s new cordless EV charging station with one of their low-speed electric cars at their Mountain View, CA headquarters.