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Vehicles That Can Be Wirelessly Charged Will Be Available in Australia Thanks to the Collaboration Between HEVO Inc. And AUSEV

Vehicles That Can Be Wirelessly Charged Will Be Available in Australia Thanks to the Collaboration Between HEVO Inc. And AUSEV

HEVO Inc., a leading provider of wireless electric vehicle (EV) charging technology, announced a partnership with AUSEV, a subsidiary of BOSSCAP, a leading remanufacturer of right-hand drive (RHD) vehicles in Australia. The companies will demonstrate wireless charging in the Australian market.

HEVO and AUSEV will offer wireless charging to fleet customers in Australia; “this is a market game changer”

“We are driven by our mission to push boundaries and grow the electric fleet market in Australia,” said Terry Mulcahy, AUSEV’s Head of Future Business.

“Partnering with HEVO enables us to not only provide our Australian fleet customers with a differentiating technology that improves safety, increases vehicle uptime, and reduces fleet management O&M, it also gives us the opportunity to launch future products with wireless charging already installed and operational. This is a market game changer,” he added.

AUSEV will leverage BOSSCAP’s experience in remanufacturing vehicles to quickly bring viable and capable EV fleet options to an Australian market that demands electric commercial solutions.

HEVO and AUSEV will demonstrate Level 2 wireless charging in 2023, with the goal of providing wirelessly enabled AUSEV fleet vehicles for commercial deployment in 2024.

“HEVO is thrilled to partner with AUSEV, which has the vision and capability to provide customers with the most seamless and convenient charging solution,” said HEVO’s Chief Commercialization Officer, Vic Peltola. “Our collaboration will enable significant benefits for fleets and others and allow HEVO to expand its market presence in Australia,” he added.

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