This system, combined with a 200W solar panel installed, supports environmental sustainability efforts through the reduction of fuel consumption, vehicle emissions, and improved efficiency. - Photo: Bergstrom

This system, combined with a 200W solar panel installed, supports environmental sustainability efforts through the reduction of fuel consumption, vehicle emissions, and improved efficiency.

Photo: Bergstrom

Bergstrom, a manufacturer of climate systems for commercial vehicles, will be bringing the battery electric eCoolPark HVAC system to GFX 2021, November 15-17 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

This system, combined with a 200W solar panel installed, supports environmental sustainability efforts through the reduction of fuel consumption, vehicle emissions, and improved efficiency.

The eCoolPark integrates into the existing vehicle HVAC system to enable the user to shut off their engine, engage their vehicle blower, and turn on the eCoolPark to maintain the interior temperature while they work, rest, load, or unload their vehicle.

Designed to be compact, the eCoolPark can be installed in a variety of locations, including: inside the vehicle, in the storage compartments, chassis-mounted, in the trunk space, on the rear truck bed or wall, in the toolbox, or on the headache racks.