BMW has unveiled a system that involves the integration of charging stations into street lights, which is a pretty innovative and practical solution. During the second Low Carbon Oxford Week, BMW’s Mini Plant demonstrated the “Light and Charge” system, which is basically a street lamp that doubles as a charging site, with an energy-efficient lighting system that uses four LED modules for main roads and two modules for less frequented roads and streets in residential areas.
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