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The USU Board of Trustees approved plans to begin construction on a 4,800 square foot facility at 650 E. Grand Ave. This facility will be used to enable research in Wireless Power Transfer technology for electric vehicles. The building will also feature at track to test charging with vehicles in-motion and a high-bay area for research in Wireless Power Transfer.
Utah State University
Power Electronics Lab, Electric Vehicle Test Facility, construction, Wireless Power Transfer, electric vehicles
USU College of Engineering, "Groundbreaking Scheduled for Electric Vehicle Test Facility | Utah State University Power Electronics Lab" (2014). College of Engineering News. 133.