InductEV unveils research center for wireless EV charging

InductEV unveils research center for wireless EV charging

The center is housed in a 50,000 sq.-ft. facility at the company’s global headquarters in King of Prussia, PA.

At its inaugural “Unwired” conference held recently outside of Philadelphia, InductEV (formerly Momentum Dynamics) opened its first research and development center devoted to high-speed wireless charging for EVs and commercial fleets. The center is housed in a 50,000 sq.-ft. facility at the company’s global headquarters in King of Prussia, PA.

More than 120 automotive, EV charging and commercial fleet industry executives, analysts, investors and vendors were on-hand for the all-day conference, hosted by InductEV. Conference attendees were given the first public tour of the R&D facility and a demo of the company’s wireless charging capabilities.

The company’s proprietary solution for commercial fleets is currently being used in 20+ locations throughout North America and Europe. It has plans to launch in Asia and is on track to achieve more growth in bookings in 2023.

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