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DANNAR will reveal its latest Mobile Power Station (MPS) platform option at the Advanced Clean Transportation Expo (ACT Expo), North America’s premier event for advanced vehicle technology. DANNAR will feature the Mobile Power Station (MPS) and the new Gen2 MPS 480 3-Phase option, which increases total energy export capacity, expands the types of applications or equipment that can be powered and broadens access to reliable, high-power energy.

DANNAR’s Mobile Power Station is a versatile, modular off-road platform capable of powering a variety of work attachments, providing mobile microgrid energy, and supporting autonomous operations. It also functions as an energy storage solution, used by fleet managers, first responders, utility companies, and military operators. The platforms can support electric and hydraulic attachments for various tasks, improving efficiency while reducing emissions and eliminating the need for single-use equipment.


The newly released Gen2 MPS 480 3-Phase option integrates with 480 3-Phase panels, which are heavily used in industrial applications, heavy-duty equipment and commonly used in commercial buildings, hospitals, city infrastructure, farms and more.

The added capacity offers high power handling, bidirectional energy flow, and scalability, making it adaptable to evolving power needs. The MPS’s go-anywhere mobility, which has been described as a “walking 480 3-Phase,” gives crews a reliable source of power during an outage or off-grid project site with 500 kWh energy storage capacity and quick recharge using 480 3-Phase bidirectional capabilities.

The combination of mobility, access to multi-phase electrical power, and modular configuration to suit nearly any job makes the MPS a practical and highly versatile asset across numerous industries where fixed grid infrastructure is unavailable or impossible.


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