The electric car charger startup first made headlines last November when it announced a deal with Verizon for 10,000 chargers. Now he reveals he’s working on technology that will allow electric cars to plug into any outlet.

Q Johnson, CEO of Plug Zen, said it was the first of its kind.

“You pull it out of the car, plug it into any outlet and charge the car just as quickly,” he said.

Plug Zen doesn’t reveal much about how the technology works, citing the concerns of imitators. Johnson said that one component makes everything work, calling it a “flux capacitor.”

“When a full patent application is filed, you can really see what it’s like,” Johnson said. “I cannot discuss now.”

Johnson said the public can expect to see the technology in action in six to 18 months.

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