Detroit, Michigan has completed the nation’s first wireless-charging public roadway on 14th Street. Developed by Electreon, the inductive-charging coils on the road recharge electric vehicles (EVs) equipped with compatible receivers as they drive. The project aims to test and refine the wireless-charging technology in a real-world setting, with plans for public release in the future. The road, located in Detroit’s historic Corktown neighborhood, is a mile-long stretch of inductive charging roadway that serves as a testing ground for further development. Electreon has also installed static inductive charging stations for stationary charging.