Charging stations in this country are still few and far between. A big problem for many owners of electric cars. But maybe not for much longer. A company that wants to rectify the situation.
Graz – annoying, time-consuming and one of the reasons many Germans still shy away from replacing their combustion engine with an electric car: the tedious charging of the battery in electric cars and the sometimes short ranges mean that some owners spend a lot of time and effort looking for Charging stations must continue. And this is not easy in this country: according to e-car owners, there is still a lot of catching up to do in terms of charging infrastructure throughout Germany.
An Austrian company called “Easelink” realized the problem and created something very practical. 24auto.de reveals the full story here. *
The Graz-based company has developed what’s known as conductive charging technology, which simply means that charging for electric cars should work without cables in the future. Instead, the e-car heads to a specially equipped parking lot on a charging pad and is parked there. Connect car and vehicle parking and electricity flow. The driver does not even have to exit. The company calls the innovative concept: “Matrix Charging”. *24auto.de is a show of IPPEN.MEDIA.
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