Holcim to trial 'breakthrough' magnetic concrete for wireless EV charging

Michael Holder
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Holcim has had its 2050 net zero goal approved by the Science-Based Targets initiative
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Holcim has had its 2050 net zero goal approved by the Science-Based Targets initiative

Cement giant to trial 'breakthrough' magnetisable concrete designed to enable EVs to wirelessly charge while driving on roads

Cement giant Holcim is teaming up with German start-up Magment with a view to developing innovative 'electric roads' technology that could enable electric vehicles (EVs) to charge up wirelessly from the...

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