Power Division Manager Mike Stephens discusses next steps Power Division Manager Mike Stephens spoke to RV Pro Magazine about Carmanah’s recent decision to divest Go Power!, its off-grid power division, so the company can focus on its LED business. Meanwhile, Go Power! hopes to become more focused on the off-grid power solutions it provides. “We

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With the return of BC PST, key exemptions have been reinstated as of April 1, 2013. Solar panels are a key item that are now exempt from PST. In addition, components (wiring, Solar Controllers, inverters, etc.) sold along with solar panels (e.g.Solar Kits) may also be considered exempt if they are sold as apart of a system. Note –

Demand for Solar Products Continues to Grow Carmanah Technologies (TSX:CMH) announced the successful results of the annual Canadian Booking Program from the company’s Go Power! brand. The popular sales campaign, now in its eleventh year, reported a 23% performance increase from the 2012 program. Our team provides dealers and consumers with relevant solar and inverter

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Eco Friendly Couple Features Go Power! Portable Solar Kit

Grass Valley, Calif.-based XPCamper LLC manufacturer of the world’s first all-composite monocoque pop-up camper will be showcasing its custom-built camper at the upcoming Overland Expo, which opens in Flagstaff, Ariz., on May 18. As reported by the RVing Examiner, the XPCamper prototype which was designed specifically with the off-road enthusiast in mind debuted to much critical

Jean Canfield Building certified as among the most environmentally friendly facilities in Atlantic Canada

RVDA of Alberta named its new board of directors at its general meeting Oct. 17-18 in Jasper, Alberta in Canada.

Friday, October 21, 2011 RV PRO By: RV PRO Staff The following list is the new board of directors for 2011-2012: President William (Bill) D. Burnett from Trailblazer RV Centre in Nisku, Alberta; Vice President Kyle Redmond from Bucars RV Centre in Balzac, Alberta; Treasurer Marty Vellner from Vellner Leisure Products in Red Deer, Alberta;