Electreon: Wireless Charging Terminal for Buses Debuts in Israel

Electreon, a company leading the charge in wireless electric vehicle technology, has unveiled the world’s first commercial wireless charging terminal for buses in Rosh HaAyin, Israel. This groundbreaking project marks a significant step forward in the transition to sustainable public transportation.

The project, delivered to Electra Afikim, a prominent public transportation operator in Israel, allows for efficient, cost-effective, and space-saving wireless charging of e-buses throughout the day and night, directly at the public bus terminal.

Benefits of the Wireless Charging Terminal:

  • Efficient and Cost-Effective: Wireless charging eliminates the need for bulky and expensive overhead charging infrastructure, saving both space and money.
  • Space-Saving: The technology allows for e-buses to be parked and charged in existing parking bays, eliminating the need for dedicated charging stations.
  • Environmentally Friendly: Wireless charging reduces greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution, contributing to a cleaner environment.
  • Sustainable: This technology promotes sustainable transportation by enabling more widespread adoption of electric buses.

Industry Leaders Partner for Success:

Electreon partnered with three leading international bus manufacturers: HIGER, Ankai, and Sunwin, who fully integrated Electreon’s vehicle receivers into their electric buses. This collaboration ensures seamless integration of the wireless charging technology with existing e-buses.

Quotes from Key Figures:

  • Oren Ezer, CEO of Electreon: “We are pleased to introduce the world’s first wireless charging terminal of this kind here in Israel. This technology has the potential to revolutionize public transportation and make cities more sustainable.”
  • Tal Cohen, CEO of Electra Afikim: “Electreon’s technology is a game-changer for public transportation. We are excited to be the first company to operate a fleet of electric buses with this technology.”
  • Rosh HaAyin Mayor Shalom Ben Moshe: “Rosh HaAyin is proud to be among the first cities in Israel to have electric buses with wireless charging. This is a major step forward for our city and our commitment to sustainable transportation.”

Global Impact:

This project in Israel paves the way for wider adoption of wireless charging technology in public transportation systems around the world. Electreon’s vision is to empower seamless, sustainable, and decarbonized transportation globally.

Additional Milestones:

  • Electreon won its first tender in France for its wireless Electric Road technology on a highway near Paris.
  • The company’s proprietary wireless alignment methodology was selected by the SAE to be the universal, global industry standard.
  • Electreon unveiled the nation’s first public EV-charging roadway in Michigan, USA.

These significant achievements demonstrate the growing market traction for Electreon’s technology and its potential to transform the transportation sector.

Looking Ahead:

With its innovative wireless charging technology, Electreon is poised to play a leading role in the global transition to sustainable transportation. The company’s commitment to technological advancement and collaboration with industry leaders will continue to drive its success and contribute to a cleaner and more sustainable future.


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