Wireless Power Transfer

Electric Vehicle and Roadway (EVR) Facility Operational

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Utah State University's new Electric Vehicle and Roadway (EVR) test facility is complete and is nearing full operation. Construction on the test track and lab building is complete and new equiptment, including a state of the art dynamometer for testing vehicle capabilities, has arrived. The facility will be fully operable by September 2015.

Groundbreaking for Electric Vehicle and Roadway (EVR) Test Facility Gets Press Coverage

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USU officials and UPEL faculty broke ground for the Electric Vehicle and Roadway (EVR) Test Facility. This facility is the first of its kind in the United States and hopes to push the envelope of advanced research in wireless power transfer for electric vehicles in motion. Construction is expected to complete in the Spring of 2015. See the links below for press coverage of the event:

Groundbreaking Scheduled for Electric Vehicle Test Facility

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The USU Board of Trustees approved plans to begin construction on a 4,800 square foot facility at 650 E. Grand Ave. This facility will be used to enable research in Wireless Power Transfer technology for electric vehicles. The building will also feature at track to test charging with vehicles in-motion and a high-bay area for research in Wireless Power Transfer.

Ground-breaking is scheduled for 11am on September 23.