Researchers work on the next generation of wireless charging for EVs


The next generation of electric vehicles may charge their batteries wirelessly over a magnetic field.


When Nikola Tesla developed alternating current electricity (the sort that flows from modern wall sockets) in the late 1800s, he never imagined that powerlines would someday come to crisscross the globe. He went on to devise devices that could transmit power wirelessly and dreamed of a global network that would supply machines everywhere with power and information.

“All railroads will be electrified,” he said in a 1926 interview with the magazine “Collier’s.” “But “perhaps the most valuable application of wireless energy will be the propulsion of flying machines, which will carry…


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