The DFT is investing £3.4m in a trial of wireless charging of electric taxis in Nottingham.
The Department says that installing wireless chargers at taxi ranks will give drivers the chance to recharge while waiting for their next passengers.
Ten Nissan and LEVC electric taxis in Nottingham will be fitted with wireless charging hardware for six months. The project is a collaboration between organisations including Cenex, Sprint Power, Shell, Nottingham City Council, Parking Energy,...+39% more
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