Led by Mitsubishi and Kyoto University, a group of Japan-based organizations have agreed to work together to develop a remote charging solution for electric cars. Composed of 22 companies and 13 universities, including Osaka University, Kajima Corp., and Omron Corp., the group hopes to make long-distance electric vehicle charging a reality within the next five years.
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The argument over whether long distance electric car trips are up to snuff will likely rage for the next few years, but in the meantime, a Japanese consortium is working to eliminate such concerns via a unique solution.
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