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This experimental road is one very long charger for electric vehicles (mashable.com)

Sweden has built an electrified road that recharges your car as you're driving on it. The project, called eRoadArlanda, is part of the Swedish Government's plans for a fossil-fuel independent transportation system by 2030.
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German and Austrian television visits Elways (P.M. Wissen)

The short range is still the problem with current electric cars. Your batteries store little energy and are quickly discharged. Swedish researchers are now working on a system that will allow electric cars to be recharged while on the move. They get the electricity for this via a rail.
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Prince Carl Philip visited the e-road project at Arlanda (kungahuset.se)

On Thursday 26 September, Prince Carl Philip visited the eRoadArlanda project, where the Swedish Transport Administration is testing and developing electric roads.
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Prince Carl Philip visited eRoadArlanda

On Thursday 26 September, Prince Carl Philip visited eRoadArlanda and got to see the display of electric truck and NEVS 9-3 – both driving on Elway’s test track. The Prince drove several times with NEVS 9-3.

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The Swedish Transportation Agency: 3000 km road can be electrified in Sweden (Sveriges Radio)

According to the Swedish Transport Administration, emissions from heavy traffic on the road can be reduced by 50 percent with the help of electric roads. Read more
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Electric roads with Elways (NEVS)

Both in Shanghai and in Sweden, the electric car manufacturer Nevs wants to make intelligent, electric roads a reality. The company has made acquisitions in Sweden to get there. Read more
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A unique truck that runs on battery – “It rolls very quietly”

It is unique in its kind in Sweden, powered entirely by an electric motor and whizzes quietly along the roads. It is about the specially built electric truck that now rolls and which will soon be able to be charged via an electric rail in the road.
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