Peak Prices Avoided



The transfer from the electric motor to the gas engine is made at peak energy times.

Reduce Demanding Fees

When extreme high or low temperatures put a strain on the electrical grid utilities charge hefty demand fees which are unavoidable to companies with electric compression.

The Dual Drive can seamlessly switch from the electric-driven motor to its natural gas-driven engine during these demand peaks, which saves millions of dollars while never interrupting gas flow.

Electrical utilities charge these demand fees based on a select number of days with the highest usage. By switching the Dual Drive to the natural gas engine for just 15 minutes during the four hottest days of the summer, we can reduce these fees.