Israel and Sweden experiment with a new way to increase the uses of electric cars.
New York Times Oct. 7, 2019
BEIT YANNAI, Israel — Electric vehicles can significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, at least in theory. But challenges to wide acceptance remain significant: Batteries are expensive, charging stations are few and far between, and recharging takes far more time than a fill-up at the pump.
A technological breakthrough is needed, and many companies are working on ways to make charging faster and travel range longer. Advances have been frustratingly slow.
A small Israeli start-up called Electreon has another idea: electrify the roads to recharge vehicles as they are driven.