Commercial Trucking Fleet

Craig Bouchard’s Ecolution kWh: Clean Energy and Commercial Trucking

Within improved corporate responsibility through the discovery and implementation of sustainable, green, and clean energy, environmental heroes emerge, such as Craig Bouchard. The co-founder and Executive Chairman of Ecolution kWh continues to develop opportunities within clean energy. with Co-Founders Johanna Medina and Johnny Then-Gautier. In Ecolution kWh, the alternative energy megatrend meets sustainable trucks, trailers, trains, and subway cars..

A Visionary Start

Evolution kWh targets the transportation industry to create an affordable floating electric grid. Their patented technology puts within reach a net-zero carbon platform for the logistics of moving goods or people by truck or train. The hope is to increase profits for trucking and train operators while lowering their cost to operate in a sustainable way. If successful, the result puts clean energy on the road powered by the nation’s fleet of transportation professionals.

The Challenges in Electric Vehicles and Mobility

It is no secret that electric vehicles are available. Factors that limit electric vehicle use’ include the high up-front cost; long recharging times not conducive to a movable fleet, and the cost to install recharging infrastructure. Ecolution kWh eases if not removes these roadblocks. If a trailer can generate its own energy then the need to stop the truck and recharge for 10+ hours decreases. Thus, one of the major hurdles of electric-powered big rigs becomes obsolete. Even when trucks require refrigeration, the power comes from the trailer, eliminating its diesel fuel tank, making the trailer lighter and less expensive to operate.

The Evolution of Improved Ideas

While working to solve commercial trucking problems regarding clean energy, Ecolution kWh’s Bouchard, Medina, and Then made a breakthrough. The discovery of generating usable electricity from trailers towed behind heavy duty trucks could help power those trucks, and electricity from the fleet of trailers could rival that of power plants. In fact, it creates a potential replacement for the electric grid and traditional electrical plants. In short, clean energy for the nation could come from trailers and train cars via a rolling electrical grid.

The positives are massive. The need for replacing the aging physical grid would be less, and there would be little need for substantial financial capital investment to rebuild that infrastructure. A rolling grid could make power plants obsolete. Instead of burning fossil fuels to create traditional energy would be sustainable, clean energy produced by fleets of electric trucks hauling Ecolution trailers moving products from point A to point B.

The Science Is Complex, But The Results Are Revolutionary

Simultaneously, the technology created and patented by Ecolution kWh makes electrical energy inside a trailer which could be towed by an electric-powered truck. When the trailer is generating energy, the truck’s range maybe extended, and the need to recharge less frequent. That drives up efficiency and streamlines the process of moving freight. Even if the truck is powered by diesel, the trailer remains an energy generator. The stored energy would be available for the company to use, or it could be placed back into the grid to provide power to communities.

The design is scalable. The more trailers a company puts on the road, the more clean energy is generated. A large company could produce all of the power it needs merely by having a fleet of trucks and trailers.A town could have the energy it needs by utilizing its train station as the e-mobility headquarters of its region.

Ecolution kWh is generating kilowatt-hours that are clean and sustainable, and the best part is that there is no need for a bucket of money. That game plan places Ecolution kWh in the driver’s seat as a company with the potential to positively disrupt traditional energy production and with opportunities that allow the creation of electricity in all areas of the world without the major cost of building infrastructure.

Patents pending – Look for more information about the development of clean energy from Ecolution kWh. They have patents pending around the globe including, Germany, China, Japan and Korea and have already received aUS patent for its proprietary technology in the US as of 2020.

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