UL has been a pioneer in developing and using methodologies for testing the safety of wireless chargers for electric vehiclles. Wireless charging of electric vehicles (EVs) is a high-power application, and there are concerns about the risks related to the human body, the environment and property. UL’s research is helping to mitigate safety concerns by developing ways to empirically determine and predict high-risk situations related to wireless chargers and EVs. If you're here in Las Vegas and want to learn more, talk to a UL representative in booth 1847.
In related news, attendees can also learn what the state of Nevada is doing to promote Electric Vehicles. "EV 101" will be presented by the Nevada Electric Vehicle Accelerator at 2:00 pm on Tuesday in the EV Safety Pavilion. (End of the 400 Aisle). NEVA is an active supporter of NFPA’s Electric Vehicle Safety Program.