Charging Up The Road

The biggest obstacle for all-electric vehicles is range anxiety; their batteries can only carry them about 120 kilometers and charging can take up to 8 hours. If the road could charge them as they drive, EVs would be unstoppable.

Client IEEE Spectrum Magazine
Art Director Brandon Palacio
Fig 1. If electric vehicles could draw power from the streets, there's no telling how far they could go.

Fig 1. If electric vehicles could draw power from the streets, there’s no telling how far they could go.

Fig 2. Charging Up The Road.

Fig 2. Charging Up The Road.

Fig 3. Electric vehicle drawing power from buried electromagnetic coils.

Fig 3. Electric vehicle drawing power from buried electromagnetic coils.