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New York City to have 200 City Ambulances with Stealth Power units

The City of New York is implementing over 200 Stealth alternative power units in City ambulances. This represents a major investment in our technology and future savings, as our alternative power units will reduce idling. The roll out of these vehicles will coincide with NYC’s plan to introduce 30 solar power carports for charging of City EV [...]

Stealth Power App Option Now Available – Tracks Usage and Savings and Alerts When System is Low Charge

The Stealth Power app is now available at Google Play and iTunes! We are proud to announce our app provides users with a hassle-free way to track savings and usage while on-the-go.  The Stealth Power app allows users to receive important status information from their Stealth Power systems as well as usage patterns and fuel/emissions savings.* It [...]

November 11th, 2016|Costs and Savings, Equipment and Components, Installation, News|

Stealth Power alternative power units are part of the Obama Administration’s new plan

Stealth Power is proud to be part of the Obama Administration's plan to accelerate the deployment of electrical vehicles and charging infrastructure. New York City has plans to implement over 200 Stealth alternative power units in City ambulances. Our alternative power units will reduce idling and enable these units to charge up through land based [...]

November 10th, 2016|Alternative Energy Sources, Costs and Savings, Idle Reduction, Installation, News|

REV Ambulance Group exclusively uses Stealth Power for safe idling: saving fuel and the environment without the worry of power disruption.

"We are honored to demonstrate our exclusive use of Stealth Power, a fuel-saving, environmentally friendly technology allowing our vehicles to safely idle, without worry of power disruption or harming the environment,” said Bob Collins, President, REV Ambulance Group.

September 25th, 2016|News|

REV Group to Feature Next-Generation Ambulances with “Green” Idling Reduction Technology at EMS World Expo

For more information visit EMS World. Anyone that has ever walked by a pre-positioned ambulance has probably wondered: why is that vehicle constantly at idle? That sure is noisy. What a waste of fuel. All that exhaust can’t be great for the environment. While quick response is a factor, the real purpose that ambulances must [...]

September 25th, 2016|News|

New technologies help hospitals improve operations

For more information visit HIT Leaders and News. Date: September 1, 2016 Written By: Devin Scott, Chief Executive Officer, Stealth Power Devin Scott, Chief Executive Officer, Stealth Power In the past several decades, the healthcare industry has gained a reputation for being slower than other industries to adopt new technologies. When considering the fact that [...]

September 2nd, 2016|Coverage, News, Press|

New Tech Helps Emergency Vehicles Across U.S. “Go Green”

For more information visit Hopeful Headlines. In order to power the life-saving equipment they use countless times everyday, ambulances across the country must do one vital thing: keep their engine running while parked. That may not seem like much of a burden on the planet, but when you factor in 1.5-2.5 gallons of fuel emissions [...]

July 27th, 2016|Coverage, News, Press|

Gothamist – Ask A Native New Yorker: How Do I Get Rid Of Ambulances Idling Outside My Apartment?

For more information, visit Gothamist. (Jason Kuffer / Flickr) Are you relatively new to this bustling metropolis? Don't be shy about it, everyone was new to New York once upon a time, except, of course, those battle-hardened residents who've lived here their whole lives and Know It All. One of these lifers works among us [...]

July 13th, 2016|Coverage, News, Press|

Huffington Post – The Surprising Way Emergency Vehicles in Major U.S. Cities Are Going Green

When we think about the “green” car movement, chances are, we don’t think about the cars that are producing more carbon monoxide while idling than any others: emergency vehicles. In order to operate the vital equipment they use to save lives, ambulances must leave their engines running, even while parked—that translates to about 1.5 gallons [...]

June 16th, 2016|Coverage, News, Press|

FDNY Installs Eco-friendly Mobile Technology to Cut Ambulance Emissions, Conserve Fuel

AUSTIN –The New York City Fire Department is installing Stealth Power’s idle reduction systems on more than 100 of its ambulances, helping prevent hazardous emissions and saving fuel. Emergency response vehicles need electric power to operate vital equipment and provide a controlled environment for medicines and patient care. Historically, this required ambulances to idle their [...]

June 14th, 2016|News, Press|