The city of Mannheim will be testing a new kind of electric bus which can be charged wirelessly. Bombardier, who makes the buses, is hoping to prove that using electric buses can be cheaper and more efficient than current models. Every time the bus stops to pickup or drop off passengers a device beneath the street will use wireless power to recharge batteries on the bus.
Two buses outfitted with special batteries will get charged by underground induction energy transfer stations each time they stop along the route.
Bombardier spokesman Marc Laforge said the technology could be attractive for governments
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In a report released last week, Canada’s cell phone services received the notable dishonour of having the most complaints out of any telecommunications service.
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Article by Omid Ghoreishi for The Epoch Times
Complaints about telecom services rose again this year, with wireless services topping the list of complaints for the fourth consecutive time, according to Canada’s Commissioner for Complaints for Telecommunications Services (CCTS).
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