ORNL Debuts 20-Kilowatt Wireless Charging For Electric Vehicles

A 20-kilowatt wireless charging system demonstrated at Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has achieved 90 percent efficiency and at three times the rate of the plug-in systems commonly used for electric vehicles today.
Read more: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Wireless Charging
Electric Vehicles
ORNL Surges Forward With 20-Kilowatt Wireless Charging For Electric Vehicles, Green Future, Electric Car

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