Zipcar to trial mobile electric vehicle charging in London

Madeleine Cuff
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Mobile chargers move to where the cars are | Credit: Freewire Technologies
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Mobile chargers move to where the cars are | Credit: Freewire Technologies

Car-sharing firm teams up with Innovate UK and US-based FreeWire Technologies to test benefits of recharging on the go

Electric vehicles (EVs) on the streets of London could soon recharge without having to search for the nearest available charging station, thanks to a new wireless trial from car-sharing company Zipcar...

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