Japanese demo system that charges electric vehicles through their tyres

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Scientists pass electricity through more than 10cm of concrete in latest step towards charging electric cars on the move

Powering up the motorway may take on a whole new meaning now Japanese scientists have demonstrated a prototype for charging electric cars while they are on the move. Researchers from the Toyohashi University...

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