Modular solution to low CO2 via presentation by Controlled Power Technologies

Controlled Power Technologies reveals modular hybridization solutions at Engine Expo 2011

Co-located with The Battery Show and the Automotive Testing Expo, the Engine Expo 2011 provided a platform for Controlled Power Technologies Limited to reveal its modular hybridization solutions to lower CO2 emissions.

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Just received an email from Rob Palmer of Palmer PR which handles the media and pr for CPT. In the email he stated, "the VTES electric supercharger is available at 48 volts and CPT is the first to achieve this." This will clear up my initial uncertainty on that issue which stated earlier and in the video that it was just 12 volts. So, that means this electric supercharger has voltage and power scalability!