Solar and Inverter Power Systems for your RV

Eco Friendly Couple Features Go Power! Portable Solar Kit

Rugged XPCamper to Display at Arizona Show 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

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;

Thursday, October 20, 2011 The Wall Street Journal By Josh Beckerman Things the car and RV industries have in common include an abundance of private equity interest and a recovery from dismal times a few years ago. Where they differ is that RVs haven’t had a high-profile revival icon to match Eminem, but we think Alexander Payne

Camp worry-free with solar power Friday, February 20, 2009 Calgary Sun – RV Living Nicole McLaws Harnessing the sun’s power is fast becoming a trend for homeowners. But RVers can take advantage of that big ball of gas in the sky, as well. In fact, Doug Grafton, regional manager of Central Canada for Carmanah Technologies,

Tuesday, April 8, 2008 Modern Contractor Solutions Anthony Tisot “For power onsite or on the road, a truck-based inverter system can provide a versatile source of high-quality electricity, wherever you need it. Whether you need power inside the vehicle for a phone charger or laptop PC, or an external outlet for drills, sanders, grinders and

Wednesday, March 19, 2008 Ontario Trucking News Anthony Tisot “Today’s drivers have more ways than ever to help maintain comfort and effectiveness over long hauls. Compact kitchen appliances, entertainment gear, and mobile office equipment can help make a long-distance hauler into a home away from home, but powering all this onboard gear can be a