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Dynamic wireless charging

Magnetic concrete for inductive wireless charging of electric vehicles at rest or in motion

February 2024
Gallery Dynamic wireless charging  1
Gallery Dynamic wireless charging  1


The Solution is the enabler of wireless charging infrastructure for electrical vehicles (EV) at rest or in motion. The solution is based on a magnetic construction material made of recycled magnetic materials from electronic waste as aggregates of concrete or asphalt. Copper coils embedded in slabs of these materials generate magnetic fields to transfer energy safe and efficiently to receiver located at the bottom of the EV. This allows for automated charging in different situations such as cars during parking or forklifts during operation in a warehouse. The impact is for example to reduce the battery size of a bus or of the number of vehicles in a logistics fleet, making operations more sustainable and affordable.

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Label Date February 9, 2024
Collaborating with Holcim
From Germany
Maturity stage Small scale commercialization
Looking For Network, New clients, Visibility, Funding, Partners, Credibility

The environmental benefits

  • Transmission efficiency larger than 92%, comparable to cable charging
  • Magnetic field emissions below 15 uT, comparable to the earth’s magnetic field
  • Magnetic concrete is made of 100% recycled materials
  • CO2 emissions reduced by 90% compared to conventional concrete

The Financial benefits

  • For a factory or warehouse payback is less than 3 years
  • No downtimes, productivity increase of 20+%

Activity Region

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Japan, Israel,

North america

United States,

South america


  • Headquarters
  • Activity

Company Profile

Magment GmbH

Magnetizable construction materials for dynamic wireless charging.

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Headquarters 82041 Oberhaching, Germany

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Headquarters 6300 Zug, Switzerland
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