Why we need to build the ecosystem for autonomous vehicles
The federal transportation authority is calling for a national set of standards on driverless car safety.
Finding Easier Ways to Charge Electric Vehicles
Jeremy McCool is convinced there is a better way to charge electric vehicles in a crowded city than using a wired plug.
MotorWeek | Auto World: EV Wireless Charging
Wireless internet and cellular phones have allowed us to stay in touch wherever we roam.
Freshly Minted: Solar Roadways Will Almost...
But at least people are waking up to the potential for clean infrastructure technology.
Cuomo awards $4 mln for clean-energy transportation
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has awarded $4.3 million for 17 projects...
Cutting the cord: HEVO Power takes wireless vehicle
In November 2011, Jeremy McCool decided it was time to pull the plug on electric-powered vehicles.
Wireless charging the new trend for electric vehicles
The concussion from the artillery round knocked him to the ground and into a haze of dust, distress, and chaos.
Wireless EV Chargers From HEVO Power About To Roll Out In NYC
We first published a story about HEVO Power’s manhole-like wireless...
Charging Cars on the Fly | Hevo Power's street charging stations for electric vehicles
Hevo Power's street charging stations for electric vehicles
Manhole's disguised as electric-car charging station to launch in NY
HEVO CEO Jeremy McCool on electric-car charging stations that look like manholes.
Is Wireless EV Charging the Better Way?
Wireless car charging will take a small step forward early next year as New York University...
Volvo Says Wirelss Car Charging Has Great Potential
Volvo thinks wireless car charging has great potential for future electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.
Wireless Car Charging Via Manhole Covers — Hevo Power Pilot Program Headed To NYC
Ever consider the possibility of using manhole covers as wireless electric car charging stations? Yeah, neither did I.
High-Tech Manhole Covers Will Charge Parked Electric Vehicles
New York City startup HEVO Power aims to make charging an electric car as easy as finding a parking place.
Manhole Covers May Charge New Yorkers' Next Electric Vehicles
Whenever we drive in cities, dodging manhole covers becomes something of a game.
'Manhole' charging stations set for Washington Square Park
Electric-car charging stations that look like manhole covers will debut next spring near Washington Square Park.
Park Your Electric Truck on a Manhole Cover to Charge It
Wireless electric vehicle charging is beginning to trickle into the market, which adds an appealing...
New York City Will Zap Your Electric Car With Power From Manhole Covers
Electric vehicle charging stations that look like manhole covers may be coming to New York City...
Auto industry cuts the cord on electric car charging
Next year, some manhole covers in New York City will double as wireless-charging stations for electric...
New York City Is Getting Wireless EV Chargers Disguised as Manholes
IMAGINE AN ELECTRIC Pepsi delivery truck in Manhattan. It makes dozens of stops at the same locations, day in and day out.
Electric Car Chargers That Look Like Manholes Are Coming To NYC In 2014
The next time you see a manhole near a New York City sidewalk, look again—it may actually be an electric car charger.
NYC manhole covers could soon juice-up your electric car
The next time you’re driving your electric car through New York City, you may be able to charge up using one the city’s many manholes.
NYC Manhole Covers Could Soon Charge Your Electric Car's Battery
New York City's iconic (and sometimes terrifying) manhole covers haven’t changed in decades...
Manhole cover or EV charger, why not both?
New York City's electric vehicle infrastructure is about to get a boost from a curious new source: manhole covers.
Introducing Wireless Charging Via Manhole Covers (video)
While there currently are no production electric vehicles that can accept a wireless charge right off the dealer lot...
High-Tech Manhole Covers Wirelessly Charging Cars
When it comes to innovation, some old-school car companies are speeding ahead.