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The power to work anywhere

Meet the world’s first energy system (ESS) for challenging environments
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Enough with the noise and fumes! Use cleaner, quieter power with the ESS designed for the most demanding construction projects. And take control of costs with software that shows how your power is being used. Expand the possibility of power, because your energy should be focused on building amazing things — without trashing the planet.

Designed for your work, and your world

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Whisper-quiet

Nearly 32 times quieter than a diesel generator.
Hear the Difference

Reduce noise for neighbors while enabling work to continue into sensitive hours with Ampd energy systems.

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Breathe easy

Get rid of dirty diesel fumes
Clear the Air

You can work in areas with poor ventilation because Ampd energy systems release no harmful CO, CO2, NOx, PM or SO2.

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Hi, visibility

Know when, where and how your power is used
reach full power

Minimize downtime and improve productivity with remote monitoring, analytics, and power management.

Project-proven on work sites around the world

Clean and quiet

Ampd Generator

“We are impressed by the performance of the Enertainer, as it significantly reduces noise and air pollution compared to using diesel generators.”

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Terence Hui Deputy Director - CEO Office, Paul Y. Engineering Group

Designed for uptime

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“Working with Ampd has been a pleasure, as they are focused on bringing solutions that not only allow us to reduce our environmental impact and bring valuable data insights, but also work for us economically.”

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Eric Chu Senior Manager (Innovation and Business Development), Chun Wo Development Holding

Up and running. Fast.

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“Not only did we vastly reduce our CO2 emissions – a key focus for Gammon – but we did so with a lower OPEX.”

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Andy Wong Head of Digital G, Gammon Construction
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Pick your power

1.
Plug in
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Do these site issues sound familiar?
  • Space limitations
  • Noise regulations
  • Remote or hard-to-access location
  • Demands to reduce or eliminate emissions
2.
Turn on
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All it takes is knowing a bit more about your needs.
  • What equipment are you powering?
  • How much power does each piece require?
  • Is there inadequate or no electrical power supply?
  • How important is clean power to you?
3.
Power up
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You’ll soon be up and running.
  • Use any power source you have available
  • Get power for peak and sustained-use times
  • Ensure reliable back-up power supply
  • Manage your power with data and insights

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Discover the right answers with these frequently asked questions.

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