"Smart" streets that recharge batteries.
The future is here, technological advances do not stop, the fight against pollution, pollution and the emission of polluting gases is a task in which we must all be involved, after all, the earth is our home and we are all interested in it. take care of it.
This seems to be the motto implicit in the new Israeli project for the city of Tel aviv where they are promoting a pilot plan consisting of "smart streets" that allow electric vehicles to recharge their batteries while circulating through it.
The roads of the future.
"Our strategic action plan to face climate change has placed the fight against pollution at the top of the municipality's environmental agenda. If the pilot is successful, we will evaluate its expansion to other parts of the city," said Ron Huldai , the mayor of the city.
In the coming days, the companies Dan Bus and ElectReon will test a joint plan that consists of laying approximately 600 meters of wireless charging path that will allow electric vehicles to recharge their batteries without having to stop or connect to an electrical outlet. .
"600m long electric road, part of a 2km route between train station and Tel Aviv University in Israel"
The system is composed of a system of coils placed under the asphalt through which the energy is transferred to the vehicles, these in turn will install receivers on the floor to transfer the energy to the electric batteries.
If the system is successful, it will be expanded and initially used in the city's public transport, it is the first city to have this new electrical system.
Undoubtedly, it is an important step that will reduce the emission of toxic gases if it is implemented on a large scale, it is also important to highlight the technology developed by the engineers of this company, very convenient for companies that produce electric cars.
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