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UK CLEAN TECH COMPANY –PERPETUAL VEHICLE 2 GRID SYSTEMS HELP SAINSBURYS DROP CO2 EMISSIONS FROM CLICK & COLLECT IN CENTRAL LONDON WITH INNOVATIVE FUEL AND CARBON REDUCTION SYSTEM.
PERPETUAL V2G (VEHICLE TO GRID) SYSTEMS FITTED TO TRIAL VEHICLES CARRYING OUT INNER CITY GROCERY CLICK & COLLECT SERVICE, PROVIDING “START STOP” TECHNOLOGY TO SUPERMARKET DELIVERY SECTOR.
Wales based Perpetual V2G Systems have continued their increase in market traction within the online grocery sector.
The system involves the removal of traditional direct drive systems needing to idle to provide power to Carrier Neos 100 refrigeration units.
The system has recently undergone extensive testing, in both operationally and controlled environments in conjunction with Carrier Transicold.
Feedback has proved the carbon reduction system will provide savings on fuel, and more importantly carbon emissions.
CARBON & FUEL SAVINGS
With the majority of UK based supermarkets running large fleets of 3.5 ton vehicles, the system will provide unrivalled savings with very quick payback times. Chill down times are also reduced significantly due to being able to provide the Carrier Neos 100 refrigeration unit with 100% required power, not 15-20% that is provided by direct drive during idle phase.
Winner of several innovation and carbon awards in 2014, Perpetual V2G plan to take the commercial refrigeration sector by storm this year.
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Clean Tech, disruptive carbon reduction solutions. Our patented systems provide fleets users with a alternative way to produce power for mobile use. Applications include refrigerated home delivery vans, police vehicles, media vans, service support vehicles.
All can reduce their fuel costs and lower carbon emissions by fitting our non intrusive proven application.
01 Jul 2015 11:30
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