Technology hub at 2023 King of the Hammers to feature Grand Design off-grid toy hauler with EV charging, OPTIMA Mobile Power Station and first-ever...
The extended stay RV can keep you comfortable off-grid for weeks, transport an electric SUV and charge it too with over 100 kilowatt hours of li-ion...
The 2023 Florida RV SuperShow is just around the corner, and we're getting excited! Running from January 18th through the 22nd (with a media day on...
The Power Distribution Hub simplifies li-ion system integration for fleet and RV makers, reducing production time and costs.
As people nationwide take their final summer vacations of 2022, Michigan-based Volta Power Systems wrapped up the season by hosting its first-ever Volta CAMPOUT August 4-7.
The E1 Package opens up a new world of possibility for owners, enabling longer stays off-grid and the freedom to leave behind worry about power consumption while enjoying the journey at hand.
Volta Power Systems is proud to be a recipient of the 2022 West Michigan Best & Brightest Companies to Work For award.
Volta Power Systems has announced FLEX, its newest line of engineered li-ion energy solutions for RV, work truck, and specialty vehicle markets.
Grand Design Recreational Vehicles has tapped Volta Power Systems for its newest offering of off-grid towables, the first available to mass market RV buyers.
Volta Power Systems, a leading supplier of auxiliary advanced energy systems, partnered with specialty vehicle manufacturer Draxxon on their DX-816 fully-electric towable command center, the first of its kind in the industry.
Volta Power Systems has partnered with Tiffin Motorhomes as the RV-maker debuted their first Class B camper van, the Cahaba, at this year’s America’s Largest RV Show in Hershey, PA.
Dependable Emergency Vehicles and Volta Power Systems Partner on First-in-Market Li-ion APU for Toronto Fire Services
Dependable Emergency Vehicles and Volta Power Systems collaborated to develop fire trucks with zero-emission auxiliary power units (APUs) that cut idling time and the need for on-scene generators.