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The electric road moved to the test site!

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ELONROAD construction

After months of development we finally moved the electric road to Örtofta outside Lund for testing. Now begins a new period of software and hardware evaluation together with Lund University. We will soon start demonstrations. Please subscribe with email. Thank you for your support!

 

Elonroad demonstration summer 2017

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Hello electric road!
We have worked hard the last two years building the first prototype. The 200 meter electric road is soon ready for test and demonstration.
We start build the road outside Lund early summer 2017. Hopefully we can invite you for a demonstration.
Please sign up with your email at the subscribe field below and you will get dates and news for the upcoming event!

Thank You!
Dan Zethraeus
CEO

Electrivillage

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ELONROAD

The city of Mariestad, Lund University, Coman Buses, DHL and Elonroad are involved in the testbed called Electrivillage.
We aim to test the electric road in city environment for buses and local transports.

 

We got funding!

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We proudly announce that we got funding (12miljon SEK) from  the Swedish Energy Agency (Energimyndigheten) to build a full effect prototype of our electric road design. With support from Lund University, Volvo and Kraftringen Energy Company we now start the journey to build a demonstration site outside Lund. It will be ready for outdoor tests autumn of 2016.

Why electric roads?

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Road traffic uses large amount of fossil fuel with associated CO2 emissions. Electric cars can increase efficiency and make the use of renewable energy sources such as wind energy possible.

The limited capacity and high cost of batteries limits the market for current electric vehicles.

Recently much activity has been started with the goal of supplying electric power to vehicles while moving in general traffic. This would allow the usage of smaller and cheaper batteries. Electrification is already common in Railroads. In road traffic trolley busses are an old technology.

The goal of current activities in the area is been to make systems that can be utilized by a wider range of diverse vehicles that can connect and disconnect from the system while moving at speed.

Such a system is often called an Electrical Road System, abbreviated ERS.

Such system has been ranked the number one emerging technology by the world economic forum 2013: http://forumblog.org/2013/02/top-10-emerging-technologies-for-2013/