Crosspoint Kinetics has expanded its distribution channel with two additional dealers to sell its Kinetics Hybrid system.
In the Chicago area, TGEP (The Green Electric Project) provides alternative energy and green transportation solutions. The company's warehouse is centrally located in Crest Hill, Ill. Crosspoint says TGEP is also able to help commercial fleets obtain Drive Clean Chicago vouchers, which could pay for more than 80% of the cost of a Kinetics Hybrid.
Allegiant Partners, owner of Work Truck Direct and Step Van Direct, sells and finances step vans and work trucks throughout the U.S. from its California offices. The company, most noted for its sourcing, financing and leasing of FedEx Ground and FedEx Home delivery for contractors, is extending its offering to exclusively include the Kinetics Hybrid. Allegiant can also finance the purchase of the hybrid systems for installation on new or recently new trucks, buses and delivery vans.
“Our distributors are on the front lines with fleet owners and managers every day, so truly they understand their goals and challenges,” says Crosspoint Kinetics' Amy Dobrikova. “TGEP and Allegiant are great ambassadors for our system and will allow more fleets to see just what the Kinetics Hybrid can do for them.”
Crosspoint says its Kinetics Hybrid, a parallel electric hybrid system, makes Class 3-7 delivery vans and work trucks more fuel-efficient and cleaner running. The system captures kinetic energy while slowing and braking, transforms energy into electricity that is stored in ultracapacitors, and reuses that energy as incremental power to launch and accelerate the vehicle.