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In recent years, there has been a growing awareness of the impact of human activities on the environment. It has become increasingly important to adopt eco-friendly solutions that create a sustainable future. As such, the boating industry is also taking steps towards addressing environmental concerns, and one of them is the adoption of electric boats. In this blog post, we will examine why pontoon boat builders should embrace electric outboard motors.
Gas-powered outboard motors are known to emit harmful gases that negatively impact the environment and human health. According to The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), small gasoline-powered boats can emit up to 25 times more hydrocarbons and 100 times more carbon monoxide per gallon of fuel burned compared to an average car. Electric outboard motors, on the other hand, produce zero emissions, making them option.
Greater Efficiency and Torque
Compared to gas-powered outboard motors, electric outboard motors are extremely efficient, with up to 100% more efficiency. They also have more torque, which is essential for powering larger boats, including pontoon boats. This greater efficiency and torque make electric outboard motors more economical and effective in propelling boats, even in challenging conditions.
Another disadvantage of gas-powered outboard motors is the noise they create, which can be disruptive to marine life, as well as fellow boaters. Electric outboard motors operate quietly, providing a more peaceful boating experience for all.
ACEL Electric Outboard Motors
ACEL’s electric outboard motors are an excellent choice for pontoon boat builders. They provide an all-in-one solution from Bow to Stern, comprising the outboard motor, throttle, keyless start, power supply, battery, charger, and an onboard computer eco-system. ACEL electric outboard motors also boast an unparalleled lifespan of up to 30,000 hours, which is ten times more than gas-powered motors. This longevity makes them a smart investment, as they require less maintenance, and significantly reduce long-term operating costs.
The benefits of electric outboard motors are clear. By switching to electric, pontoon boat builders can provide their customers with a better boating experience while contributing to a cleaner environment. With ACEL already shipping its 50 HP and 75 HP electric outboards globally, now is the time for pontoon boat builders to make the switch and join the growing trend towards sustainable boating.
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