Net-zero: The transition to electrification was a no brainer

The all-in-one Lithium Power Supply (LPS) provides power to your 240 VAC and 12 VDC appliances in your van without the complexities of additional equipment. Even when the vehicle is switched off, the LPS II will still recharge and power your tools.
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Electricity North West has installed the LPS
Electricity North West has installed the LPS
CARDIFF, Wales - June 4, 2024 - PRLog -- "It was a no brainer really," says Electricity North West Ltd (ENWL) Operations Manager Cieta Davies, when she approved the installation of the Lithium Power Supply (LPS) from Clayton Power into their commercial vehicle fleet. When using the LPS, there are many benefits, not only for the company and the operator, but also for the community.

The electrification is fantastic, according to the operator
Mark Hayhurst, Grounds Operative at ENWL states, "The charging system that we have in the van is fantastic, I've never had a moment where I've run out of charge." Being able to move to battery powered tools has a multitude of benefits for the operator. The equipment is lighter, quieter and doesn't emit any nasty fumes. All of this makes for a happier and healthier working environment for Mark and his colleagues.

Power in the vehicle allows an easy electrification
When ENWL first transitioned to battery powered tools, they relied upon the vehicles engine running in order to recharge their batteries. When they found out about the LPS, they quickly had the fleet retrofitted with a system which allows them to recharge all of their batteries without having to idle the engine. Roadside working with zero emissions. "We have no problems with charging the batteries. They are charged without the vehicle running while we are at work," says Peter Raven, Grounds Maintenance Delivery Manager.

Clean, green, and silent technology with an LPS
With the LPS power solution it was possible to replace the old petrol-powered hand tools with new battery powered equivalents. Petrol-powered hand tools create a lot of noise. In addition, the constant fumes create an unpleasant working environment for the operator. Removing the fumes and noise has gone down well with the communities in which ENWL operate.

As a Distribution Network Operator there is a constant focus on the transition to net-zero. One contribution in Cieta's department comes by switching from petrol to battery powered tools.

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