Itongadol.- Electreon Wireless will achieve a major milestone by completing a four-day, one-thousand-five-hundred-kilometer journey in an electric car with a non-stop charge, revealing its own use on the road.
The record breaking journey began on Sunday at Electreon’s headquarters in Beit Yanai, Israel.
During the tour, various important features of the project were drawn and displayed to highlight the importance of this event. These indicators include the exact travel time in days and hours, the distance traveled in kilometers, the total energy in the vehicle and information on the reduction of CO2 emissions compared to diesel engines.
Electreon, a company listed on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, has demonstrated the effectiveness of its wireless charging technology through numerous projects, tenders and businesses around the world. The company has received substantial support from industry leaders and policy makers, signaling the growth of wireless technology.
Aran Ezer, CEO and founder of Electreon, highlighted the increasing adoption of wireless technologies, saying: “We are at the inflection point, from vision to reality.” Ezer highlighted recent achievements, such as the launch of the first commercial public line in Germany by Electreon wireless computing. In particular, the project in Germany shows the transfer of more than 1 megawatt hour to electric power, removing the need to stop operations to watch day or night.
As a sign of the company’s growth, Electreon announced a revenue target of NIS 102 million in 2023-2024. The company experienced significant revenue growth in 2022 due to increased sales and the number of contracts signed for the execution of flagship projects in Europe and the United States of America.
The month of March saw another significant milestone for Electreon as it signed a strategic partnership with Toyota, the world’s leading automakers, and Denso, a leading producer of automotive parts and technology. The agreement involves the joint development of wireless charging equipment that enables seamless installation in vehicles manufactured in various industrial sectors, thereby accelerating the global distribution and adoption of Electreon technology.