Bombardier and OLEV beginning to deploy wirelessly charged electric buses

Transportation giant Bombardier is developing wirelessly charged electric buses and trams, and will be sourcing lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries from German specialty firm Akasol. Bombardier plans to use a total of 5 MWh to 10 MWh of Akasol Li-ion batteries in 2014 for its Primove wireless power pr...

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