Sprint Power hails wireless taxi charging trial

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Sprint Power says six-month trial will show how wireless charging could help enable roll out of electric taxi fleets

Wireless charging technologies could speed up the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) among taxi drivers, according to the developers of a new high-voltage charging system that is set to be trialled in...

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