The City and County of Denver has purchased PowerTap 2000 portable power units to help further its mission of creating sustainable environments using technologies that are energy efficient. Denver will be using the PowerTap 2000 for public events and speeches by Denver's Mayor Michael Hancock to power the city's PA system, lighting, other electronics and more.
"Our city and county government seeks to reduce air pollution emissions from its operations by 1.5 percent per year," said Jerome Tinianow, Denver's Chief Sustainability Officer. "One way to do that is to replace noisy diesel generators with a quiet, plug-in system like the PowerTap 2000. We like to walk the walk, and a plug-in electric generator can help us do that."