Dump BedControllerWorkingPlugShow and tell
OwnerChris Hawkins
LocationHarrisonburg, Virginia United States map
Web/EmailWebPage email image
Vehicle1991 Chevrolet S-10
Built by the JMU Alternative Fuel Vehicles
Lab WebPage
MotorNetgain Warp 9 Series Wound DC
comes included with multiple safety features and an integrated Graphical User Interface. WebPage
Batteries24, 6.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, Flooded
230Ah each
System Voltage144 Volts
110/220 VAC 3kW
Heater144v fluid heater with 12v circulation
pump, using existing heater core.
DC/DC ConverterIota
Top Speed76 MPH (122 KPH)
Travels on I-81 just fine!
Range51 Miles (82 Kilometers)
Of course, this all depends on how
aggressively you're driving
Seating Capacity2-3 adults
Conversion Time9 months
Conversion CostLess than $20,000
Additional FeaturesCreated a tilt bed system, under-bed battery storage.
Multiple redundant safety features.
JMU received a grant from UNPEPP (University National Park
Energy Partnership Program) for $19,500. The truck was
donated from Shenandoah National Park under the condition
that the truck would be converted from an ICE to fully
electric and returned to the park upon completion.

Team Members: Peter Denbigh, Chris Hawkins, Jeff Tang, and
Roger Monger

code by jerry