Phoenix Motor, InductEV partner on wireless charging solution for commercial vehicles

Phoenix Motor, InductEV partner on wireless charging solution for commercial vehicles

This partnership will provide Phoenix’s customers with the option to select wireless inductive charging for use in duty cycles and recurring routes.

Phoenix Motor, a manufacturer of heavy-duty transit buses and electrification solutions provider for medium-duty vehicles, introduced an integration agreement with InductEV. The new partnership will develop software, hardware, cooling and electrical systems integration of InductEV’s wireless charging pads with Phoenix’s zero-emission drive systems. This partnership will provide Phoenix’s customers with the option to select wireless inductive charging for use in duty cycles and recurring routes.

“Wireless charging is well-suited for fixed route applications such as airports, seaports, hotels, and municipal and school bus markets,” Phoenix’s CEO Denton Peng said. “InductEV’s modular platform and small footprint allow Phoenix to successfully adopt InductEV’s technology on our medium-duty vehicles and offer our customers a cleaner and more versatile charging solution.”

Phoenix said it has already accepted orders for wireless charging of its Class 4 shuttles and expects to deploy its first wireless charging-capable shuttle buses later this year.

“We’re delighted to partner with such a well-regarded industry OEM like Phoenix,” M. David Dealy, president and chief commercial officer at InductEV said. “The use cases for Phoenix’s medium-duty vehicles align perfectly with InductEV’s wireless charging approach to the commercial transport market. We look forward to a long and successful partnership.”

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