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Wirelessly Charging Into The Future

About this Event

Charging infrastructure can be complex for many organizations looking to electrify their fleet. That is why Ideanomics Energy offers end-to-end electric infrastructure services designed to simplify every aspect of electric charging operations for fleet operators. As a one-stop partner for charging and energy services, Ideanomics is technology agnostic and implements optimal solutions for fleet operations. They make deploying infrastructure a streamlined process with access to technology for all your charging needs including energy management software, wired and wireless charging, energy storage and renewable energy generation.

Wave Charging, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ideanomics (IDEX) is changing the way EV fleets keep moving, with its high-powered, on the go, wireless charging systems.

Watch the webinar with Alf Poor, CEO of Ideanomics, to find out why a leading a global leader in retail and logistics recently selected Wave to deploy specially equipped trucks and WAVE’s cutting-edge wireless charging technology at one of their distribution centers.

Video On Demand

– Recorded

March 15


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