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UK: HaloIPT signs manufacturing deals in UK and Asia

HaloIPT, the developer of Inductive Power Transfer (IPT) systems for wirelessly charging electric vehicles (EVs), is to start volume production of IPT equipment with Chargemaster PLC in Europe and Evida Power Ltd in Asia within the next 18 months. Chargemaster, which operates the largest number of EV It’s time to log in (or subscribe). Not … Continued

HaloIPT, the developer of Inductive Power Transfer (IPT) systems for wirelessly charging electric vehicles (EVs), is to start volume production of IPT equipment with Chargemaster PLC in Europe and Evida Power Ltd in Asia within the next 18 months.

Chargemaster, which operates the largest number of EV

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