Energy Solutions Develop Data Driven Electrical System for Numarine’s Mini Expedition Yacht

posted on: May 18 2021 in Case Studies, Marine


Case Study: Numarine 22XP – Data Driven Electrical System

Numarine’s Explorer range has been a success story from the first vessel, delivering boats capable of adventurous journeys built with powerful design, robust engineering and luxury on-board living.



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Bringing Coffee to You Wherever You Are

posted on: Jan 19 2021 in Case Studies, Vehicle


Case Study: Lithium System – Café 2 U

Nothing beats a great cup of coffee and the demand for fantastic flavour in remote or changing locations is continuing to rise.

One client who has started to convert delivery vans to mobile barista stations is Café 2 U. Working with leading vehicle converters, Automotive Electrical in Mirfield, West Yorkshire the company has installed environmentally friendly power systems that allow all the onboard equipment to be run without a generator. The vans simply plug into a mains connection overnight to recharge the battery ready for another day delivering caffeine delights.


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Stranger Things ice cream van

posted on: Jan 13 2021 in Case Studies, Vehicle


Case Study: Lithium System – Stranger Things ice cream van

Ice cream vans have been going through a level of transformation over the last couple of years with manufacturers looking to incorporate battery power for the onboard equipment to reduce both noises and fumes. This is a welcome move and one which was mirrored by the Energy team with a slightly more unusual ice cream van that needed silent, emission-free power. 


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Hybrid Power Solution for Landmine Clearance project in South Sudan

posted on: Dec 21 2020 in Case Studies, Hybrid


Case Study: Containerised Hybrid Power Solution for Landmine Clearance project in South Sudan

During spring 2020, Energy Solutions was approached by The Development Initiative (TDI) looking for alternatives to powering an accommodation site for a mine clearance project in support of the United Nations in South Sudan The site was operating at the time with a single 100 kVA diesel generator running 24 hours a day, 7 days week to provide power for the site’s occupants.


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