Korea Constructs Road that Wirelessly Charges Moving Electric Buses
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AUGUST 14, 2013
William Pentland, Forbes

An electric bus that charges its batteries while driving (rather than while sitting idle in a charging station) is no longer science fiction.
Researchers at Korea’s Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) recently constructed a seven and a half mile stretch of asphalt roadway in the city of Gumi in South Korea with specialized electric cables designed to power batteries on a moving passenger bus.
The first of it’s kind technology doesn’t need the vehicles to stop at a point to charge.
Read more: Yahoo Autos