Generators are great for supplying power to job sites where temporary power is not yet available, but, unfortunately, the loud noise and gasoline fumes also accompany the convenience. This can be especially problematic near residential neighborhoods where noise restrictions are in place, and in enclosed spaces, which cause hazardous air quality conditions for your employees.
Boulder Power Technologies has recently announced the national release of the PowerTap 2000, which is a “zero-noise/zero-emissions”, 100% clean and renewable power source that can provide electricity for power tools, lighting, water sump pumps, sound systems, and more. The PowerTap was initially released in March of 2015 in the Colorado market as a test. The product uses a “cutting-edge” Lithium Ion battery that provides 6000 watts of power (2000 watts continuously), for 12 hours of uninterrupted use. The unit can be charged using a standard household outlet and only takes less than 90 minutes to completely re-charge.
PowerTap 2000 ($4,000) | Boulder Power Technologies