New Zealand Firm Introduces Wireless Electric Car Charging System

System uses inductive energy transfer for hands-free recharging of both automobiles and large transit vehicles.

Published: 29-Oct-2010

A New Zealand company has launched the world's first wireless technology which allows parked or moving electric cars to charge automatically.

HaloIPT, a UK based company, is owned by Auckland UniServices Ltd and Ove Arup & Partners.


Peugeot 307 HDI Diesel-electric Hybrid will utilize Sanyo NiMH batteries.

NiMH batteries will be utilized in both Peugeot and Citroen hybrids launching in 2011.

EVI truck powered by Valence lithium batteries.

Valence U-Charge energy storage systems offers EVI the flexibility to offer three distinctive electric trucks from class 4 (15,000 lbs) to class 6 (25,950 lbs).

XM1124 HMMWV hybrid will utilize EnerDel lithium ion batteries.

Ener1 subsidiary has received a $1.29 million contract to design and build high-performance lithium-ion battery systems.


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