Sustainability the focus for Generac at IRE

By Lewis Tyler25 April 2023

VT-Solar generator-free lighting tower VT-Solar generator-free lighting tower. (Photo: Generac Mobile)

Generac Mobile and Pramac are set to display the latest sustainable launches in lighting towers, gensets, and energy storage systems at the International Rental Exhibition in June, which takes place from June 6 to 8 at the MECC in Maastricht, the Netherlands.

From its range of lighting towers, Generac Mobile will showcase the VT-Solar, a generator-free lighting tower with three solar panels that can recharge its built-in battery pack.

The tower is available in two versions, a manual-mast and hydraulic-mast version, which comes with higher battery capacity, powerful solar panels (400W each) and four LED floodlights with adjustable light power output and a run time of up to 50 hours.

Pramac will display its GRW Hybrid generator, which it describes as an efficient, reliable unit that reduces operational expenditure, with a choice of available operating modes that allow the correct selection according to site specificities, such as events, construction, working sites or city centres.

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The group will also showcase its CUBE Next lighting towers; Compact Hybrid gensets and the latest Off Grid lithium battery energy storage systems which are available in three models with different sizes and storage capacity.

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