Pioneer Power Solutions announces new E-Bloc orders totaling $7.2M in June

Fort Lee-based Pioneer Power Solutions on Tuesday said it received orders in June for its E-Bloc products from multiple entities valued at $7.2 million.

The E-Bloc product line, launched in 2021, integrates circuit protection, controls, automatic transfer schemes and power management in a compact, outdoor and unitized system. Pioneer currently has more than 1,500 E-Bloc site deployments across a wide spectrum of market verticals, including distributed generation, electric vehicle charging and solar microgrids.

“These orders demonstrate the wide application range of the E-Bloc product line and the strength of the underlying demand for Pioneer’s unique solutions. We continue to see robust demand across many verticals for these solutions and consistent repeat opportunities from our existing partners as they continue to choose E-Bloc for their growing needs,” Jay Johnson, general manager of sales & marketing for Pioneer’s Grid Infrastructure Division, said.

Notable selections from June’s purchase orders include:

  • A $725,000 order from one of the largest solar power generation developers in the U.S. to be deployed at JFK International Airport in New York City. The project is part of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s plan to increase solar power capacity at JFK and protect and control various renewable energy sources at once. This project is a follow-on order to an initial $500,000 order Pioneer delivered to JFK on behalf of the same developer earlier in the year.
  • A $3.4 million order from a Southern California utility as part of the “future-proofing” of its electrical grid for anticipated growth in EV electrical demand. The order consists of multiple medium voltage products expected to be delivered and commissioned throughout 2025.
  • A $1.9 million order from one of the largest distributed generation developers in the U.S. The medium voltage E-Bloc system will protect and control all primary power sources for a U.S. military installation in the Southeast. This order is the first for Pioneer with this customer and is expected to be delivered in early 2025.
  • A $1.2 million order for an electric truck charging depot in Southern California. This E-Bloc system will incorporate an Automatic Transfer Switch capability and medium voltage transformers into the compact E-Bloc design. The unitized composition of E-Bloc allows the customer to save space in addition to initial and installation costs. This system is expected to be delivered in the first quarter of 2025.

“Sales momentum for our E-Bloc solution continues to accelerate as utilities, governments and commercial enterprises are all seeking alternative, reliable electrical energy solutions that can be quickly deployed to address the increasing need for more power. Our E-Bloc solution allows additional power capacity to be added safely and reliably, directly addressing the energy demand requirements for advanced technologies such as cloud computing and artificial intelligence, EV charging infrastructure and the planned expansion of industrial and manufacturing facilities,” Nathan Mazurek, chairman and CEO of Pioneer, said.