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Witricity Corporation, Ihi Corporation & Mitsubishi Motors Corporation Combine To Develop Wireless Charging Systems For Electric Vehicles – Partnership To Take The First Step Toward Making Plugging In Obsolete

Witricity Corporation, Ihi Corporation & Mitsubishi Motors Corporation Combine To Develop Wireless Charging Systems For Electric Vehicles – Partnership To Take The First Step Toward Making Plugging In Obsolete
WiTricity Corporation (WiTricity), IHI Corporation (IHI) and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) have agreed to join forces to research and develop easily deployable electric vehicle (EV) wireless charging systems readily compatible with electric grids which will make life easier for EV users in the future. The partnership structure of three major players in the wireless charging, electric infrastructure, and EV areas coming together will accelerate the popularisation of wireless charging systems for EVs by developing systems that are usable right out of the box for individuals, governments, and other entities including power companies in order to make it easier and quicker for them to roll out such systems.
5th October 2011

European OEMS To Develop Technical Reference For EV Charging Infrastructure

The Renault Nissan Alliance, PSA Peugeot Citroën and Mitsubishi Motors announced that they have decided to develop and promote the technical reference for compliance of public recharge equipments for electric vehicles in Europe, based on the existing conformity brand “EV Ready”, originally launched by Renault and Schneider Electric.
4th October 2011

EU Officials To Drive Fuel-Cell Hyundai ix35

The Hyundai ix35 fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) has been selected by the European Commission-backed Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) to be used as a demonstration vehicle to test and promote hydrogen fuel cell technology in a real-world environment.
4th October 2011


Moves To Agree EV Infrastructure Standards Could Be “too Little, Too Late”, Says Elektromotive

Moves To Agree EV Infrastructure Standards Could Be “too Little, Too Late”, Says Elektromotive
The continued lack of agreement across Europe regarding a common standard for electric vehicle (EV) plugs and sockets is delaying the roll-out of recharging points and holding back volume sales of EVs to consumers and businesses.
28th September 2011

Project Succeeds In Developing Electric Car Battery With Greater Range

Project Succeeds In Developing Electric Car Battery With Greater Range
A project led by advanced battery manufacturer Axeon and co-funded by the Technology Strategy Board has been successful in developing a new battery for use in electric cars that offers over a 35% improvement in range compared to existing technologies, for the same weight.
28th September 2011

Nissan Moves To Speed Up Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

Nissan has teamed up with leading European utility and electrical vehicle supply equipment companies to speed development of cheaper, smaller, quick chargers for electric vehicle batteries, and accelerate the installation of publicly-available Quick Charge (QC) points across Europe.
28th September 2011

European auto makers pave way for uniform system of e-vehicle charging

The European automobile manufacturers have defined a comprehensive set of recommendations to standardise the charging of electrically-chargeable vehicles. The joint industry proposal will enable the use of one type of plug independent of car make, electricity provider or country.
26th September 2011

Delphi Showcases Innovative Wireless EV Charging

Delphi Automotive has equipped several test vehicles with its Wireless Charging System, a highly efficient wireless energy transfer system featuring technology developed by WiTricity Corporation. Delphi will display the technology here at this year's IAA International Motor Show.
20th September 2011

Motors For Electric Cars

Robert Bosch GmbH and Daimler AG have concluded negotiations and signed an agreement for the establishment of a 50/50 joint venture. The aim of the joint venture is to develop and manufacture electric motors. The contract is subject to approval by the responsible antitrust authorities. The new company will operate under the name EM-motive GmbH. It will be headquartered in Hildesheim, where a manufacturing site will also be located. The joint venture’s development site will be located in the Stuttgart area, where both parent companies are headquartered. Some 100 associates will begin working for the joint venture in the fourth quarter of 2011. EM-motive GmbH will be headed by two executives of equal status from each of the parent companies.
13th September 2011

Antonov Multispeed Electric Vehicle Transmission Delivers 10% Better Efficiency Compared With A Single Speed Gearbox

Antonov Multispeed Electric Vehicle Transmission Delivers 10% Better Efficiency Compared With A Single Speed Gearbox
The automatic transmission specialist Antonov - which is based at Warwick in the UK and has a new manufacturing plant under construction at Chongqing in China - has obtained further evidence that the energy efficiency of an electric vehicle equipped with its multispeed transmission is higher than with a single speed gearbox. Comparative studies by the company over eight different drive cycles suggest that the transmission delivers typically 10 per cent better cycle efficiency.
7th September 2011


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