MUNCIE, IN – In its ongoing effort to demonstrate its multi-function versatility and unprecedented power capacity, the DANNAR Mobile Power Station® (MPS) visited Wright- Patterson Air Force Base this week to introduce the MPS to additional U.S. Air Force officials.
High ranking members from the Office of the Technical Director, HQ Air Force Materiel Command, Advanced Power Technology Office (APTO), Air Force Research Lab (AFRL), 200th Redhorse Squadron and 123rd Civil Engineer Squadron gathered to test drive the MPS.
“The Muncie Sanitary District graciously loaned us its machine for this event as we continue more detailed demonstrations with the Air Force to highlight the Mobile Power Station’s domestic capabilities,” said founder and CEO Gary Dannar. “Getting mobile operational energy to forward operating bases across the world is a continuing challenge for the Air Force.”
While focusing a majority of its marketing efforts on domestic fleets, DANNAR is continuing its efforts to introduce the MPS to a wide range of federal government branches, zeroing in on the energy initiatives taking hold across the entire federal government.
The MPS is a disaster response vehicle, built to provide emergency power and multi-function utility for use in emergency situations. It carries nearly 200 kWh of on-board electricity via lithium-ion battery packs, as well as 600 kWh of continuous, off-grid electricity via the optional diesel generator. The combined package can provide days of reliable, emergency power and work utility.
“In a natural disaster, or other emergency, our cities, counties and military roll in a fleet of single- function heavy equipment to clean up debris and then they also tow in diesel generators for emergency power,” Dannar said. “With the MPS, you can provide both a clean-up machine and days of emergency power, all in a single machine.”
More information on Dannar and the Mobile Power Station can be found on the company’s website at www.dannar.us.com