With mobile power becoming more accessible to everyone, it isn’t long before people’s innovation with how they use it takes shape. Following a recent Go Power! tagged Instagram post from professional musician, Marc Charron, we were curious to ask him what the inspiration was behind using our IC Series Inverter Charger paired with solar for

On the road with Go Power! Solar and Adventure Basecamp It began in June of 2017. Steve DuBay of Adventure Basecamp decided to take on a DIY van conversion and travel across Canada and the United States for a year with his adventure partner-in-crime, Jeannie O’Reilly. With the help of Go Power!’s Solar Elite and

After 27 failed attempts from people around the world, Canadian keynote speakers and National Geographic Adventurers of the Year, Julie and Colin Angus have put their hat into the ring. They are attempting the first successful autonomous solar boat crossing of the Atlantic. Why try this? The obvious attraction is to receive the renowned Guinness

It may not be the Bermuda Triangle, but a mysterious vortex has pulled the curiosity of filmmakers, Ryan Noth and Tess Girard of Fifth Town Films, into the heart of its bizarre existence. Found in the middle of Lake Ontario, this phenomenon has eerily been linked to a high number of disappearing ships and various

The Transformation from Airstream to Luna, a Luxury Tiny Home on Wheels Function and beauty often collide when it comes to traveling the open road in style. More and more, however, there are those road warriors who have created a luxury escape that can travel with them. With the right materials, some imagination and a

At GET-AWAY RV they are committed to using quality products for all their customer Van conversions. Off the grid they use Go Power! solar panels and inverter systems to make their customer’s vision a reality. GET-AWAY RV Centre is a family owned and operated premiere RV dealership located in Abbotsford, BC, servicing the Metro Vancouver

Mississippi family hits the road How do you define adventure? For the Whitney family, it meant converting their Sprinter work truck to a work/camping/travel van (now christened Buzz Year 2) and hitting the road. That’s two adults, two kids and a miniature schnauzer — all in 48 square feet! What’s it like to work and

Oregon Family Relies on Go Power! To Keep Them Going Off The Grid   Jim and Melinda love taking their camping adventures to the next level, and the more remote the location, the better. Growing up in Oregon, camping was a family tradition for Jim, and in the early years he, Melinda, their two small

Under stormy skies and on remote roadways, TEXSAR stays connected You’re part of a search and rescue operation in Texas during a hurricane,and you need power to communicate with other vehicles in your fleet, check weather data, and operate emergency equipment. With known damage to local infrastructure, including fuel lines, it’s impossible to refill the gas tank,

Leaving the cubicle and cord behind – the Snowmads integrate solar into their “flexible” lifestyle. The Snowmads are an adventure-addicted couple who walked away from their 9-to-5 jobs and a conventional lifestyle in 2013 to travel a new road – one paved with less routine, and more minimalism, self-reliance, and new friends at every turn!