Volta Power Systems has partnered with Oregon Motorcoach Center (OMC) to bring retrofit capabilities for its lithium ion power systems to the West Coast. While Volta currently provides most of its systems through RV OEMs like Winnebago, the increased demand for aftermarket conversions created the opportunity for adding an authorized retrofitter on the West Coast.
OMC is based out of Eugene, Ore., and specializes in conversion projects and remodeling projects. Currently, the company is working on two Volta retrofit projects with the long-term goal of installing Volta systems on the majority of future jobs.
“RVers are looking to eliminate generators and have the ability to adventure off the grid in an environmentally-friendly manner,” said Buck Lewis-Mathieu, VP of Volta Power Systems. “This new partnership with Oregon Motorcoach Center extends our reach across the country, providing clean, quiet power to RVers no matter where they are.”
Matt Carr, owner of OMC, said the process starts with a face-to-face meeting with the client where they inspect the RV and decide which Volta system offers the right amount of energy to meet their goals. From there, Volta builds the system and sends it to OMC for installation. Installation takes about one week.
“We often deal with new and innovative technology, and the Volta system is better than any other product on the market,” said Carr. “The Volta system not only solves issues we have with diesel conversions, but also eliminates the charge time issues of lead acid AGM battery systems. Ultimately, we’d like to see Volta systems on every future project we work on.”