In December 2022, Electreon announced plans to deploy their technology as part of the first wireless Electric Road System on a public road in Germany. The ELINA project will feature 1 km of Electreon’s wireless dynamic charging, installed in two phases on Wilhelmstraße, a public road in the town of Balingen in the south of Germany, and will charge an electric bus. The project will also feature two additional static charging stations at strategic locations along the bus route, and will also involve partnerships with other research institutes, infrastructure, and public works companies, including the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Stadtwerke Balingen, and EnBW, who will be managing the project and charging infrastructure. The ELINA project’s expected construction start date and operational deployment is set for 2023.
EnBW’s partnership with Electreon follows their successful project in Karlsruhe, Germany, where a wireless Electric Road System powers an e-bus while driving on a private road at the EnBW training center campus. The primary goals of the ELINA project are to continue showcasing wireless charging to the public by underlining its benefits and effectiveness specifically for Germany’s public transport sector. The project will also introduce technologies to assist transport operators better plan for the deployment of wireless charging solutions. The project is being sponsored by the German Aerospace Center (DLR), and Electreon will receive up to 3.2 million euros to deploy their dynamic and static wireless charging infrastructure.
In June 2023, Electreon announced plans to deploy their technology as part of the first wireless Electric Road System in Norway.
In August 2020, Electreon initiated road work construction on its wireless Electric Road System project in Germany.
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