Why do I need Northwest Solar Rover?

Perhaps you're planning a wedding in a vineyard or another idyllic outdoor setting and need power for lights, food, and a DJ. Maybe you've got a construction crew that needs to power their tools and smartphones. Maybe you're putting on a summer music festival in a pasture in the Cascade foothills and need to power your sound systems. Or planning an outdoor kids' party and need to power a photo booth and ice cream maker. Whatever the exact nature of your outdoor electricity need, Northwest Solar Rover is the solution.

Northwest Solar Rover is literally a solar powerhouse on wheels. We'll deliver it on the day you need it, find the right sunny spot, set everything up, and let you plug in to its panel of sixteen GFCI outlets or four USB ports. No noisy, smelly gas generators to deal with—just pure solar power. And it even has a big battery bank for when the party goes into the night or for those short Northwest winter days.

 

Among the many possible applications:

  • Disaster relief
  • Cell phone charging station
  • Music festivals
  • Parties
  • Weddings
  • Food festivals
  • Construction sites
  • Races and athletic events
  • Project demonstrations
  • Farmers markets
  • Campsites
  • Agricultural applications
  • Vineyards
  • Outdoor film and photography applications
  • Emergency services
  • Education
  • Fundraisers and galas
  • Earth Day events
  • Food trucks
  • Electric cars
  • Any off-grid power need!

 

At Populuxe Brewery, powering a band and ice cream cart.

At Populuxe Brewery, powering a band and ice cream cart.

Solar charging station at the Fremont Solstice Parade. 

Solar charging station at the Fremont Solstice Parade. 

We can charge three Leafs at one time!

We can charge three Leafs at one time!

Powering the Earth Day stage at the University of Washington. 

Powering the Earth Day stage at the University of Washington. 

We can blend into any setting. 

We can blend into any setting. 

Powering the Not-Its at the Phinneywood Summer Streets Festival. 

Powering the Not-Its at the Phinneywood Summer Streets Festival.