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Tesla’s wireless power

February 23, 2014, mkrause


Wireless power transmission is going to be mainstream technology in the not so distant future. The IEEE-sponsored 2nd conference on “wireless power transfer” will be held in May 2014 (www.wptc2014.org). Topics of the first conference, held at Perugia (Italy) in 2013, were: basic technologies for wireless power transfer; power sources and applications of wireless power; and standardization. There were talks about an Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP), featuring a Flexibly Coupled Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) System, and talks about Baseline System Specification (BSS). As one can see, the industry is realizing the potential and the environmental plus of a wireless power system. The really astonishing fact is that no trace of the word “Tesla” could be found in the papers. Why?

  1. Please come to Austin, Texas and help us!: https://www.facebook.com/events/597487767011150/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
    Come with me on March 14th to the Capital and Congress Ave. Protest with me. Hold a sign with me. How can a state that champions itself as the last place in America that allows FREE MARKET CAPITALISM keep TESLA from being TESLA? How can our state legislature allow itself to be bought off by the Texas Automobile Dealers Association? We are now at risk of losing a 6,500 employee battery factory TESLA wants to build. We must pressure Rick Perry our Governor and the TEXAS State Legislature to change this draconian law!!! We must let TESLA and the PEOPLE of TEXAS prevail! WE MUST FIGHT!!! We won at San Jacinto, we must win again! Come with me!

    Comment by Ames Tiedeman — March 2, 2014 @ 7:56 pm

  2. Nikola Tesla’s Idea of Wireless Transmission of Electrical Energy is a solution for World Energy Crisis

    Comment by teslasecret — March 28, 2014 @ 4:59 pm

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    Comment by James — July 3, 2014 @ 2:36 pm

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