Powering the Long Haul

A Whitepaper on Heavy Duty Trucking

Transforming Semi-Truck Sleeper Cabs with Advanced All-Electric Lithium Auxiliary Power Solutions

Long-haul trucking, an industry integral to global commerce, faces the challenge of improving the efficiency of sleeper cab hotel loads for driver comfort, safety, and increased sustainability. This free whitepaper advocates for a transformative solution: adopting advanced all-electric lithium-ion auxiliary power units (APUs) to power the hotel loads of sleeper cab semi-trucks.

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Learn How Much You can Save By Eliminating Idling

Idling Fuel Consumption Across the Industry

Typically, a long haul truck uses approximately 1,800 to 2,500 gallons of diesel while idling for about 1,800 hours per year.

Rest-period truck idling consumes up to 1 billion gallons of fuel annually, costing approximately $5 billion.
In the US, estimated by the Argonne National Laboratory (Argonne).

Fuel consumed while idling during a single 10-hour rest period will cost $40, with an average diesel cost of $4 per gallon.

Idling a heavy-duty truck consumes approximately 1 gallon of diesel fuel per hour.

Sustainable Power Solutions for Your Truck Fleet

Dragonfly Energy introduces the Battle Born All-Electric APU, featuring a lithium battery system that is designed to withstand the rigors of over-the-road trucking. It is lightweight, durable, provides hours of power on a single charge, and is the ultimate solution in idle reduction technology. Coming in a pre-assembled and pre-wired box, installation is easy and the product fits right inside the rig’s frame rails.

All Electric APU for heavy duty trucking

Eliminate Idling

Simple Installation

Built to Last

Maximized ROI

Lightweight

Fast Charging

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What Other Trucking Applications Are You Looking to Upgrade With Lithium Power?

Long Haul Sleeper Truck

Last Mile Delivery

Liftgate

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