Wireless charging demonstrators
Recharging taxis and public transport vehicles while stationary
Thanks to opportunity wireless charging, CIRCE optimises the time spent at a standstill by taxis and public transport vehicles by enabling them to recharge themselves.
Implementing dynamic induction charging infrastructures at the heart of cities
The VEDECOM Institute, Colas, Enedis, Stellantis, City of Paris and Gustave Eiffel University quantify the efficiency of dynamic wireless power transfer in an urban environment.
Implementing dynamic induction charging infrastructures on long-distance roads
The VEDECOM Institute, Eurovia, Enedis, Stellantis and Gustave Eiffel University study the potential use of high-speed wireless loading on highways.
Bidirectional charging demonstators
Implementing a community bidirectional charging program
The startup WeDriveSolar and MRA-Elektrish implemented a charging ecosystem based on bidirectional charging in the district of Odijk, close from Utrecht, along with house developers and homeowners.
Exploring the interoperability between public transport and electric vehicles infrastructures
Politecnico di Torino, the City of Turin, Links Foundation, IREN and FPT explore the interoperability between public transport and electric vehicles infrastructures.
Powering a building via an electric vehicle thanks to bidirectional charging
CIRCE, the Zaragoza City Council and TRIA Ingenieria took up an ambitious challenge: turning an electric vehicle into an energy asset for a building thanks to bidirectional charging.
Smart and ultra-fast charging demonstrators
Experimenting aggregated smart charging
Total Energies, GreenFlux and MRA-Elektrish developed the aggregated smart-charging technology and implemented it in the city of Haarlem.
Supporting flat owners who want to switch to an electric vehicle
MRA-Elektrish developed a methodology dedicated to flat owners who want to switch to an electric vehicle but live in an apartment block with a shared parking garage.
Recharging electric vehicles in less than 15 minutes thanks to super fast chargers
Eesti Energia, also known as Enefit, developped an innovative high-power charging system with two 200 kilowatts DC CSS super-fast chargers.