Mass Transit

Seamless, Scalable, Savings

Simplify in-route charging
and lower maintenance
and operation costs.

The Power of In-route Charging

Cleaner, quieter, and easier to maintain, battery-electric buses (BEBs) offer significant benefits over legacy diesel-based vehicles.

WAVE wireless charging is helping transit agencies overcome the final hurdle to electrification by enabling BEBs to match the range of diesels with a more effortless, safer, and less conspicuous in-route charging solution.

The following statistics are taken from our ATVA case study:

160

Up to 160 Miles of Additional Range in a Single 8-hour Shift

350

Routes as Long as 350 Miles Serviced with a Single Electric Bus

1,000,000

Projected Savings of $1 Million per Year vs. Legacy Plug-in Charging

Powering Up

A birds-eye view of our transit agency customers whose battery-electric buses are going farther with ease.

Wave Charging Locations
Centralia, WA | Twin Transit
Concord, CA | CCTA
Monterey, CA | MST
Lancaster, CA | AVTA
Long Beach, CA | Long Beach Transit
Salt Lake City, UT | Utah Transit Authority
McAllen, TX | Metro McAllen
St. Petersburg, FL | PSTA

Seamless

Made to Integrate

WAVE solutions can be integrated with battery-electric buses from top manufactures around the world. Integration is done when your buses are manufactured or integrated into existing EV fleets.

With WAVE, we can augment our existing depot charging system by allowing our buses to “bump charge” throughout the day. This allows us to extend the range of our fleet from a typical 150 miles to a virtually endless operating cycle.

Joe ClarkExecutive Director, Twin Transit

If you’re looking for a system that offers high capacity charging, with no moving overhead components, nothing to break or freeze, and contained in a minimal space saving footprint then WAVE is the system to consider. WAVE delivers reliability at every charging opportunity.

Henry LukasikDirector of Maintenance, Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority

Scalable

Making In-route Scalable

Embedded into the ground and free from unsightly overhead equipment, WAVE wireless in-route charging frees transit agencies from the concerns that come with deploying high-power overhead charging equipment over large areas.

Scalable

Making In-route Scalable

Embedded into the ground and free from unsightly overhead equipment, WAVE wireless in-route charging frees transit agencies from the concerns that come with deploying high-power overhead charging equipment over large areas.

If you’re looking for a system that offers high capacity charging, with no moving overhead components, nothing to break or freeze, and contained in a minimal space saving footprint then WAVE is the system to consider. WAVE delivers reliability at every charging opportunity.

Henry LukasikDirector of Maintenance, Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority

Savings

Big Benefits

Relying on overnight charging alone can require larger electric fleets, bigger batteries, complex overnight scheduling and bus-swapping to cover long routes.

WAVE solves these problems but reduces costs too. The Antelope Valley Transit Authority, operator of the largest battery-electric bus fleet in the U.S., is projected to save over $1 million annually compared to operating legacy charging solutions. Read the AVTA case study to learn more.

12,000,000

Savings Over 12 Years

(from AVTA Case Study)

The Benefits

Automated and Hands-Free

Unmatched charging safety and convenience with low worker impact

High-Power in Seconds

Get maximum range extension during natural dwell times.

Ground-Embedded

Free of overhead clutter and the zoning concerns that go with it

Lower TCO 

Fewer buses, smaller batteries, lower maintenance and labor costs; WAVE provides across-the-board savings

WAVE in Action

Nothing to plug in. Nothing to forget. Nothing overhead.

By eliminating the need for cumbersome, unsightly charging equipment, WAVE makes high-power in-route opportunity charging fast, safe, and easy on the eyes.

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