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Wireless Charging for Electric Micromobility

Electric scooters are just the beginning. Large air-gap, low-weight, and mid-power capabilities make for the perfect electric micromobility wireless charging solution.

Halve your ride-share running costs

Wireless charging — for any and all micromobility vehicles

Increased uptime

Vehicles are always charged and ready to go.

Automatic charging

Reduce operating costs of battery swapping and increase user convenience.


Our ground-based charging pad can power kick-scooters, ride-on scooters and e-bikes.


Bumblebee's thin and lightweight magnetics can be readily integrated into any vehicle or product.

Generous air-gap. Lightweight. Forgiving of misalignment.

Bumblebee’s receive units are easy to integrate and offer >85% efficiency from a ground-pad.

Bumblebee caters to all use cases: ride-share, retrofit or private-use

Whether at home, the office, as a single unit or part of a fleet, in docked or un-docked setups — Bumblebee’s versatile wireless charging solutions cater to every scenario. We can seamlessly retrofit receiving units into existing vehicles or incorporate them into new product lines.

Photo of a Voi scooter being charged wirelessly by a Bumblebee Power ground pad.
One ground pad for all applications

Slim ground pad design for universal deployment

Bumblebee is developing wireless charging retrofit receive units for kick-scooter hire schemes, currently being trialled at the University of Warwick. We’re also developing a 7 kW solution for electric vehicles.

Bumblebee’s ground pad can be deployed in all types of hire scheme, whether docked or undocked, and can be used at home or in the office. Our slim receive unit is attached underneath the electric scooter.


What they say

“Voi is constantly on the lookout for innovative solutions that will accelerate the micro-mobility revolution. We are proud to support the research and development that will further these goals by working with a world-leading institution such as Imperial College and Bumblebee Power.”

Fredrik Hjelm CEO & Co-Founder, Voi