Shaping the future of fleet operations and EV transportation
Our wireless charging technology for both stationary applications and wireless Electric Road System (wERS) is fast to deploy. We place our unique copper coils just below the surface of the road—along highways, at bus stations, in parking lots and at logistics centers. Deployment takes place at night to minimize disruption. The coils are then covered with asphalt and the Electric Road is ready to begin charging EVs.
How it works
Electreon's wireless charging technology is deployed in dedicated zones and along Electric Roads, allowing e-fleets to charge conveniently throughout their operational day. This reduces the need for heavy batteries and flattens the electricity demand curve. Our end-to-end solution includes underground infrastructure, vehicle-side technology, and advanced charging management software.
A management unit transfers power from the electricity grid to the in-road wireless charging coil segments when an authorized vehicle is directly above an in-road segment. Communication with vehicles is managed in real time.
A vehicle unit receives the wireless energy from the wireless charging coils and transfers it to the vehicle battery.
Cloud-based management software enables live monitoring, and provides smart charging insights.
Wireless charging technology that can go the distance
The system architecture is designed for large-scale use. Dozens of vehicles can charge simultaneously from the same system without placing additional pressure on the electric grid.
Infrastructure deployment is quick and easy; up to 1 mile of wireless Electric Road can be laid in one night.
Discreet underground installation means no visual impacts with minimal real estate requirements and building adaptations.
The technology increases electric vehicle utilization, reducing charging downtime and eliminating range anxiety.
Battery sizes can be minimized, making vehicles more sustainable, cheaper and lighter with more space for passengers or cargo.
Charging buses in a busy neighborhood
Combating pollution and congestion, we created the first operational wireless Electric Road to deliver efficient, multimodal public transport.