Nov 2, 2016

15 Best Off Grid Power Systems.

If you are looking for off grid power supply or solution, then look no further we have the 'Best Off Grid Power Systems' from all over the world.

Lycanpowerbox: It is a solar power generator with an interchangeablebattery, making it best suited for your off grid adventures. It recharges using the solar panel or wall outlet. It powers your smartphone, refrigerator, laptops, TV and more for few hours. This little powerhouse is lightweight and rugged and keeps you going for up to 900 watt-hours. It's fully rechargeable in 7.5 hours. Buy Now.


Golar: Golar is a fully portable solar panel on the go, comes with everything built into it. All you need to do is plug your appliances in and it will work. More info.


Jackery Power Pro: The Jackery Power Pro is a portable power station that generates 578 watts of power to recharge your gadgets multiple times. It comes with a 110V AC port, 12 V DC port and two 5V USB ports. It provides you with 500 hours of lighting, 5 hours of TV time and runs your mini fridge for 10 hours. It weighs only 12 lbs, recharges using solar panel making it perfect for your off grid adventures. Reserve Now: $375.

Jackery Power Pro portable power station

Kodiak Solar System: The Kodiak is a lightweight, compact, expandable backup solar system for your off grid adventures. This modular solar system consists of solar generator and 50 solar panels; panels collect the solar energy and the generator stores that power. You can increase batterystorage and solar panels, thus further expanding the unit as per your requirement. This off grid solar system can be recharged using solar panels, car recharger, or wall recharger. Pre-order: $1,529.

Kodiak Solar System

smartflowerpop+: Its a compact and complete solar energy system for your off grid home. It features intelligent tracking system that allows it to efficiently use the available solar light at all times of the day. It's available as on-grid with 2.3 kWh of storage and off-grid versions with a storage capacity of 4.6 kWh. Provides you with clean solar power and works best as back-up system for power cuts. More info.

Personal Hydropower Plant: The Bluefreedom is a compact power plant that needs flowing water to produce and store electrical energy. It measures 20 centimeters in diameter, weighs 600 grams, and it takes minimum space in you backpack. It comes with USB recharging and works with your digital cameras, MP3 players, navigation devices, lamps, camping fridges, mobile phones, smartphones, notebooks and more. Buy Now: $319.

Personal Hydropower Plant

Estream: Estream is a portable water power generator that works with any moving water and uses it to store energy to recharge your USB devices. It produces 2.5W - 7W of energy, takes about 4.5 hours to fully recharge 6,400mAh by running water and can recharge up to 3 smartphones, GoPros or more, twice as fast as a regular outlet. Pre-order: $180.

Estream portable water power generator

Heliomotion Home Solar Power Plant: Heliomotion PV-650 is a dual-axis tracking solar power plant designed for home use, can generate up to 7 kWh per day. It can be installed on a pole (wall supported) or as a stand-alone unit. Its tracking feature makes the best use of natural light through out the day irrespective of your house orientation. The DC electricity generated can be stored or directed into the power grid. About: $1963 (1,720€).

Heliomotion Home Solar Power Plant
BioLite BaseCamp Stove: The BioLite BaseCamp uses branches or small pieces of firewood to work. It transforms heat into useable electricity via a thermoelectric generator. It provides 5W of electricity via a standard USB port. You can cook your meals and recharge devices all at the same time. Buy Now: $199.95.

BioLite BaseCamp Stove

Rooftop Wind Turbine: The Liam Urban Wind Turbine is a small wind turbine that can be comfortably installed on your roof or wall. It comes with a diameter of 1,5 meters and weighs about 100 kilograms. It generates between 300 and 2,500 kilowatts annually at an average wind speed of 4,5 meters per second. Pre-order.

Rooftop Wind Turbine

SolarWindow: SolarWindow comes with see-through electricity generating coatings on the glass. And these the company claims can generate energy at 50 times the output of present solar panels. It's created using an ultra-thin layer of liquid coating on to glass and flexible plastics. These coatings produce tiny solarcells that form into arrays, yet retains its transparency with added functionality. More info.

Flamestower: The Flamestower is a compact device that uses a thermoelectric generator to recharge your smartphone, camera, GPS or any other USB-connected device while you cook your food. Buy Now: $99.99.


Kalipak: The Kalipak is a lightweight, portable energy generator that uses foldable solar panels. It's capable of recharging smartphone, cameras, laptops and other USB devices while at the same time provides up to 60 hours of continuous power for portable area lighting. It features four USB ports to recharge up to 4 devices simultaneously. It weighs 600Wh/13 lb. and 400Wh/10 lb. It connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth and lets you control and monitor the energy levels of the device. It can transform into a weatherresistant comfortable backpack for easy transporting. Pre-order: $599 - $999.


BioLite Kettlecharge: The BioLite Kettlecharge provides off-grid power using heat and water. It recharges smartphones, camp lights, GPS and other USB powered devices by using 10 watts via USB. Buy Now: $150.

BioLite Kettlecharge

Anker PowerHouse: Anker PowerHouse is a 400Wh portable power supply that features a 12V car socket, an AC outlet, and 4 USB ports. It can power your lamps, phones, laptops, mini fridges, and more. It recharges using a wall outlet or solar power. Buy Now: $499.99.

Anker PowerHouse
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