Clean onboard power experts Clayton Power are recruiting an exclusive group of fleet managers and vehicle converters to be part of an expert user panel.
The all-in-one LPS II provides onboard power for everything from laptops and kettles through to angle grinders and welders. It can also be recharged from solar, the vehicle’s alternator and from mains-hook up.
The LPS II is a compact unit that takes up less space than traditional onboard power kits… and they’re lighter too. And they can be easily installed and re-installed from one vehicle to another – which means they can keep on going, even at the end of a vehicle’s life or rental period.
All of this is making the units a firm favourite with fleets, wherever they are on their EV journey.
Clayton Power’s UK commercial lead, Karl Jones says: “The LPS II is an innovative, all-in-one unit that generates zero emissions. It’s lighter, so reduces a vehicle’s payload, especially when you take into account that by using it, companies don’t have to carry heavy generators and fuel around with them.
“The LPS II gives fleet managers the ability to incorporate cleaner energy alternatives, even if they’re not ready to update to electric vehicles. And of course, if they already have EVs, by cleaning up onboard power, fleets can be even more sustainable.
“The Expert User Programme will help us to get user insight into what our fleet customers want and need – so that we can keep innovating for the benefit of the industry and the environment.”
If you would like to apply to be part of the programme, Clayton Power will be at the Commercial Vehicle Show 2022 in Birmingham’s NEC from May 24-26 on stand 5C42. Or you can contact Karl directly on 029 2240 9396.
Notes for editors
Clayton Power, the onboard power specialist, has offices in Cardiff, UK and Denmark. Its market-leading Lithium Power Supply unit, the LPS II, is helping companies including Openreach, Cadent Gas, and Sainsbury’s to power tools and equipment on the road.
The Commercial Vehicle Show takes place at the NEC in Birmingham on May 24-26, 2022.