According to reports ImmenaMany technologies have been developed to charge electric vehicles on the move, but most of these technologies are not very efficient or expensive. That’s why the U.S. Department of Transportation in Indiana is testing a new type of cement that uses magnetic particles to make electric vehicles that can be charged.
In this way, standard roads can be built that charge electric vehicles, even while traveling at high speeds. The German company Magnet and Purdue University have also collaborated to produce this type of cement, and good results have been obtained during laboratory tests.
The efficiency of this system for wireless charging of electric vehicles is up to 95% and the construction costs of the road in this way are equal to normal and standard roads. Strength and vandalism is another advantage of this style of road construction. This way, even giant trucks can be charged.