The UK will make a road that can charge electric cars on the go. The Daily Star tabloid writes about this. Researchers are exploring the possibility of installing chargers under the roadway. Like the tracks in a children’s game. For this, a small wireless charger is laid under the asphalt. A receiver at the bottom of the vehicle will pick up the charge and transfer it to the battery.
The first track will be built in Coventry. In two years, tests and test trips will already begin on it. Skeptics fear the system will be costly, ineffective, and may not be compatible with all vehicles.
In particular, it is necessary to establish whether the technology can work with buses and trucks. They need more energy than cars.