A new way to charge: How Bombardier’s Primove system works
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Bombardier is building an electric bus equipped with an electric propulsion system, a new type of battery and a novel wireless charging system that allows the battery to suck up energy from a module buried under the road at bus stops. Bombardier’s system, called Primove, requires no wires or overhead cables. For cities, the allure of electricity-powered public transportation is reduced emissions from vehicles.
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