Vancouver company claims largest mobile battery system
Vancouver: Portable Electric (PE), a technology company in portable renewable energy systems and manufacturer of the VOLTstack® power stations, announced June 25 that it is preparing to launch the world's largest mobile battery power system.
The VOLTstack® 200k will deliver up to 200kW of power, with a 250kW surge, from a massive 400kWh of battery storage – all on a highly mobile platform. The system is primarily intended for users like the film industry in on-location work.
"This level of power represents large-scale change in the global film industry," said Mark Rabin, founder and CEO of PE. "We are building the most robust, mobile and powerful battery power station the world has ever seen. It will be strong, yet silent, and able to replace tow plants and generators, while integrating seamlessly with existing VOLTstack® products in the field today."
The VOLTstack® 200k will be a 'smart' product, making on set power management simple and efficient through real-time diagnostics, GPS location tracking and data accessible through the app. The VOLTstack® 200k will seamlessly integrate with the already existing VOLTstack® ecosystem of products owned by lighting technicians and production houses across the world. It will enable fast-charging for the VOLTstack 2k, 5k and 20k units, ensuring continued, reliable clean energy on set.