29 Jun '16, 7pm

[email protected]_Inc working w/ suppliers to open its charging design for direct sale to third parties:

.@Proterra_Inc working w/ suppliers to open its charging design for direct sale to third parties:

In a significant move intended to accelerate widespread EV technology adoption and infrastructure development, Proterra announced it would be opening its overhead on-route fast-charging technology to the transit industry on a royalty-free basis. With the recent issuance of foundational patents covering this technology, Proterra is now clear to offer a complete technology package to the market. The company will grant anyone royalty-free access to its patents covering its industry leading single-blade overhead charging design. This includes the bus-mounted, single-blade charging design and the overhead-charging coupler. RELATED: Proterra launches EV sim to demo battery transition Consistent with this, Proterra is working with its suppliers to open up Proterra's single-blade overhead charging design for direct sale to third parties. Industry-wide availability of the company's...

Full article: http://www.metro-magazine.com/bus/news/714096/proterra-op...

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