Electric charging roads for EVs might just be the next new thing

Believe it or not before the proliferation of the gasoline powered car, electric vehicles (EV) were the norm. The first crude EV was introduced in 1832 by Robert Anderson, and became widely popular before the  Model T in 1908. EVs saw a resurgence in the 1990’s, became a stereotype vehicle for environmentalists, and now after years of research may offer a solution to climate problems. And EV-charging roadways are the latest rage with implications that could transform the car-centric transportation.

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