InductEV forms strategic partnerships for wireless charging deployment

InductEV forms strategic partnerships for wireless charging deployment

InductEV said each company will provide mechanical and electrical engineering services to help with the deployment of its wireless charging system.

InductEV struck three new strategic partnerships from agreements with Miller EV Solutions, Roush, and WB Engineers+Consultants to help accelerate the adoption of its on-route inductive charging technology and AI overlay for energy management. InductEV said each company will provide it with mechanical and electrical engineering services to ensure a one-stop shop design and deployment of its wireless charging system to help meet growing demand from commercial fleet owners and operators, as well as intermodal facilities and ports.

“Commercial fleets are the biggest contributor to GHG emissions worldwide in transportation,” Barry Libert, chairman and CEO of InductEV, said. “We are therefore pleased to announce today three new strategic partners, all of which possess the technological know-how and services to help implement our vision for wireless EV charging in the commercial and industrial transport sectors. We look forward to working with them to reduce the carbon footprint of these fleets and, in doing so, create considerable cost savings for our customers.”     

Miller EV Solutions (MEV) will provide electrical infrastructure, prefabrication, installation, commissioning, and maintenance & service for InductEV’s in-ground charging systems and increase the quality and speed of the electric service, ensuring up to 99.9% uptime for customers, InductEV said. Roush will provide supplemental integration engineering design and post-deployment servicing of vehicle assemblies to ensure continued operation and power delivery. WB Engineers+Consultants will provide its expertise in electrical infrastructure engineering and design with specialized teams focused on vehicle charging, infrastructure design and civil engineering, the company said.

InductEV holds 18 patents with 23 pending for its technology. Its AI-managed, on-route wireless charging solution shifts EV charging to daytime use of renewables, reducing the need for large EV batteries, lowering vehicle costs and eliminating the need for recycling by extending battery life by a factor of 4-8 times, the company said.

InductEV said it has delivered over 1.5 GWh of energy to customers across the U.S. and the EU through its wireless charging network – the equivalent of saving 650 metric tons of CO2. The company also recently announced a strategic partnership with Detroit Manufacturing Systems, a large-scale U.S. assembly provider, which will bring DMS’s operational, manufacturing, quality-by-design and supply chain expertise to InductEV.

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