Use Cases

Electric Green’s wireless charging solutions benefit multiple scenarios:

Fleet operators

We enable vehicles to top-up and charge opportunistically when waiting at depots, taxi ranks, and airports. This facilitates smaller, less expensive batteries, improves service availability rates by charging as you work, thereby achieving lower CapEx and OpEx

Emergency vehicles

Rapid response vehicles can’t afford to be shackled by a cable, especially when they lay-up away from their base. Charging wirelessly enables batteries to be constantly topped up and forgetting to plug-in becomes a thing of the past

Blue badge drivers

Wireless infrastructure makes charging more convenient for all drivers. Our solution offers easily accessible, hands-free charging for blue badge holders in places such as multi-bay supermarket carparks and hospitals

car parks

Our scalable and cost-effective solution brings wireless to every space. Smart charging and charge rates matched to dwell time, delivers the lowest cost per chargepad making our solution the best choice for offices, business parks, hotels and apartments etc

Residential streets

Our centralised groundside design has no street furniture at the point of charge, so it is well-suited to residential streets. Scalable deployment makes it economically practical to power up multiple spaces and help those without off-street parking

V2X / V2G

Our vehicle and groundside technology is bi-directional, providing vehicle-to-x (V2X) and vehicle-to-grid (V2G) functionality. Interacting wirelessly makes mass participation far more likely, delivering cost savings for owners and lower cost grid connections

Autonomous vehicles

When there isn’t a driver to plug-in, there really is no alternative to wireless! This makes our technology ideal for automated transport in ports, airports, robotaxis and wider applications

Dynamic charging

Long stretches of electrified roads require enormous lengths of cable to distribute 85kHz power. Our CTS technology offers significant efficiency improvements and Capex reductions for this emerging sector