WeTruck is targeted at Transport and Logistic Companies that operate with temperature sensitive products supply.How? WeTruck produces energy through photovoltaic panels installed on top of the truck and recovers energy during the vehicle braking and decelerations. It then uses the energy generated to supply the refrigeration unit in electric mode.
The installation is non-invasive, which means it does not require any structural modification and can be integrated at any stage of the truck's life cycle. Its usage is completely transparent to the driver and grants various advantages for enterprises:
When equipped with WeTruck, trucks are no longer merely transport vehicles, but also elements of energy generation.
WeTruck intends to solve the described problems in the first stage of market entry and, then, apply this technology in order to solve related problems of other heavy/medium duty vehicles.
Our team is currently working so that WeTruck will be available on a road near you soon.
With WeTruck's implementation on all of your submitted trucks equipped with a refrigeration system, you will be reducing per year:
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AddVolt is a technology based company that targets problems in markets where there is a high potential for fuel consumption reduction through the generation of energy.
AddVolt designs and develops electric controllers which intelligently and autonomously manage distinct sources of electric energy. We have know how in electric motor control as application in regenerative braking systems and power electronic conversion.
Our products are designed from the basis of harsh operating environment and heavy duty requirements.
Design, conception and 3D modeling of power electronic systems applied to electric mobility and renewable energy systems.
Development, installation, experimental validation, control and support. From the first prototype to the industrialization process.
Technical and operational support of effective response adapted to the client needs and his project.