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

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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 emissions while saving on fuel costs.

2017-09-13T00:11:05+00:00 April 4th, 2017|Alternative Energy Sources, Costs and Savings, Emissions, Idle Reduction, News|