RET unveils hydraulic braking retrofit

Recaptured Energy Technologies (RET) says it has developed a hydraulic braking and propulsion system that can be retrofitted to existing vehicles. The system captures energy from braking and converts it to an auxiliary source of energy to power the vehicle. In addition to the obvious advantage of lower fuel costs, the unique benefit of our system is that it can be retrofitted to existing vehicles,

Recaptured Energy Technologies (RET) says it has developed a hydraulic braking and propulsion system that can be retrofitted to existing vehicles. The system captures energy from braking and converts it to an auxiliary source of energy to power the vehicle.

“In addition to the obvious advantage of lower fuel costs, the unique benefit of our system is that it can be retrofitted to existing vehicles, so there is no need to purchase new alternative-energy vehicles that may not provide anticipated fuel economy,” says Sam Jones, president of RET.

RET works with fleets on ways to improve fuel economy, reduce emissions and lower maintenance costs through energy optimization.
www.recapenergy.com

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