Charge electric vehicles while driving

For the first time ever in the US, an electric vehicle company will build a wireless road in Detroit Michigan, that can charge electric vehicles while driving

Electreon, the technology provider, already made similar roads in Sweden, Israel, and Italy. The company is currently working with the carmaker Ford in the United States.  

The process works by transferring a magnetic frequency from metal coils buried under the road to special receivers on the electric vehicles, whether vehicles are in motion or still. The wireless road technology will reassure car owners that they will never run out of power while driving. 

Gas cars and other vehicles can still use the wireless road.

Could this possibly pave the way for greener and more sustainable cities in the future? Will this address the issues facing electric vehicles like charging time and driving range? Please comment below.   

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