Related podcast episode: 6: Charging on the run?

I’d like to thank Alex Gruzen and WiTricity for taking the time to talk to me and show me around their offices and lab. As the EV market continues to grow and mature, we’re going to see more and more companies like WiTricity filling in gaps in the user experience to unlock whole new ways to use our cars. It’s important to remember that we can’t, and shouldn’t to try map our current car experiences and understandings onto the future of electric vehicles. We may be used to stopping at gas stations to pump gas into gas tanks, but that doesn’t mean that’s how it always has to be. If WiTricity has their way, we won’t really need to think about charging our cars at all.

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Matt Ferrell
Matt Ferrell lives in the Boston area and is a UI/UX designer by trade, but has always been obsessed by technology and how it works. In 2018 he started his YouTube channel, Undecided with Matt Ferrell, where he explores sustainable and smart technologies like EVs, solar panels, and smart homes.

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