Driver Friendly, Drive Green, with EchoDrive

February 6, 2013 | By | Reply More

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This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Echo Automotive for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Environmental awareness has been the main focus of environmentalists all over the world. Spearheading green technology and innovations that will help brought about consciousness in everyone from the manufacturers down to the consumers were being prioritized in the past few years.

As fuel consumptions grew larger, importers around the globe are in search of renewable energy and are constantly finding ways to minimize energy consumption including fuel.

Today, motorists feel the need to cut costs with fuel consumption as gas prices continuously sky rocket.

 photo Reduceyourfuelusageinyourexistingfleetbyupto50-EchoAutomotive_zpsbcd62b6d.jpgRevolutionary solutions like EchoDrive, a patent-pending cost-reduction solution for converting fleet vehicles into highly fuel-efficient plug-in hybrids, provides timely cost effective solutions that reduce fuel consumption.

Fleet operators via EchoDrive can significantly cut on their fuel expenses for the long term.

Echo Automotive developed EchoDrive, a component technology that can be fitted to almost any light-to-medium duty truck most commonly found on American fleet operations.

An EchoDrive retrofit is simply added to the vehicle’s existing powertrain without the need of any major stock replacement or removal requirements. This technology proves to be cutting edge not just on the benefits but on the economic side as well.

EchoDrive has proved so much promise in key on-the-road performance tests which were thoroughly evaluated using advanced dynamotor tests. Part of the research and testing done on EchoDrive includes performance management tied to an energy recovery circuit for battery efficiency with respect to battery cycling.

EchoDrive is becoming an in-demand technology for fleet operations because of its economic and cost-competitive benefits and investors are on its way to getting their fair share of profits with billions of dollars at stake as more and more fleets jump to avoid typical hybrid-retrofit costs of up to $80,000 to $90,000 with EchoDrive only at 1/6th the cost of its competitors.

With this promising technology and its economic-friendly value, ROI of companies can be achieved because it doesn’t just lower fuel expenses but eventually lowers their operational overhead thus making its employees keep their jobs and consumers enjoying affordable commodities as a result.

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