A father-daughter team that founded the Scotland-based Tracked Electric Vehicle project where battery-powered cars recharge while they drive from a metal strip embedded in highways. The system is designed to combat range anxiety from consumers who worry an electric car will lose its spark before finding a place to plug in.
The program has caught the attention of infrastructure builders such as ArcelorMittal S.A., OHL Group and Heintzmann GmbH, which earn revenue from large public works and awarded the TEV Project a prize for the best invention in the industry. For the project’s founder, Will Jones, the system has the potential to keep driverless electric cars on the road around the clock.
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