Alternative Energy Sources

Alternative Solutions to Eliminate Emissions

Why is air pollution an issue? According to Brady Dennis from The Washington Post, nine million people around the world are killed each year due to pollution. These high mortality rates have encouraged governments worldwide to implement air pollution legislation in order to encourage businesses to reduce their carbon footprint and help save people’s lives. Global [...]

Join Stealth Power at the Fire Department Instructor’s Conference (FDIC) International!

Stealth Power will be equipping a Braun Custom Ambulance with our technology at FDIC. Stealth Power and Braun Custom Ambulances will be joining forces for the Fire Department Instructor's Conference (FDIC) in Indianapolis on April 24-25, 2018. Braun Ambulance The Stealth Power equipped ambulance offers: Extended vehicle operations Idle reduction technology Real-time data [...]

Greenhouse Gas Emission Levels on the Rise

The International Energy Agency (IEA) announced that greenhouse gas emissions rose in 2017, the first rise in three years. IEA's report shows that global emissions have reached a historic high of 32.5 gigatonnes, the first significant rise in the past three years. This represents a 1.4% growth in 2017.   The reason for this increase in [...]

Clean Techs Create Jobs

The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) World Energy Outlook 2017 predicts global energy consumption to shift to clean energy technologies due to the substantial decrease in costs for clean and natural technologies. As shown below in Figure 1, there is a rapid deployment of additional renewable energy capacity over the next two decades. The same IEA [...]

The Future of Law Enforcement Vehicles Is Now!

As new law enforcement vehicle designs are revealed, Stealth Power's idle reduction technology is in step with the future of patrol vehicle market. Government Fleet's recent article The Next Generation of Patrol Vehicles  focused on the future of law enforcement vehicle models and the technologies they would be adopting. These up and coming technologies align perfectly with [...]

Our Ambulance Specific Green Energy Solution with ATCEMS is in the News!

An article was recently published in Jems Digital about our partnership with Austin-Travis County EMS to develop a green-powered battery for use on ambulances. Our three year collaboration yielded a green mobile technology called the Stealth Power EMS series, that has been used since 2014 in Austin ambulances. You can download the full article here. [...]

Stealth Power Idle Reduction Systems Catch the Eye of UT-Austin’s Deputy Director of the Energy Institute

Michael Webber Thinks We're Cool. The Deputy Director of UT-Austin’s Energy Institute and Co-Director of the Clean Energy Incubator gave our idle reduction systems a shout-out on his Twitter account following news that 34 ATCEMS ambulances had Stealth Power idle reduction systems installed in part of an concerted effor by the Austin-Travis County EMS to go green and reduce [...]

Austin-Travis County Ambulances Go Green with Stealth Power EMS Series

Austin Energy Announces Installation of Stealth Power EMS Series in 34 ATCEMS Ambulances Going green can mean different things, and many organizations are looking at how they can help the environment. At Austin-Travis County EMS, green-powered electrical systems have been installed in 34 ambulances with more on the way. ATCEMS and local Austin company Stealth [...]

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 [...]

Air Force Selects Stealth Power for Idle-Reduction Project 

Stealth Power's idle-reduction system is one of three systems that are being installed for testing on vehicles at JBSA installations and at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska. Lt. Col. Jonathan Bell, division chief for the Air Force Security Forces Center Force Protection Requirements Division is still awaiting the results but thinks idle-reduction technology might provide [...]

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