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Free camping with portable solar
Four Hands in a Tin Can talk to REDARC about their recent solar upgrade and how it has changed the way they free camp.
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How To Get The Most From Your 12v Solar Panel
How To Get The Most From Your 12v Solar Panel
Top Wire Traveller offer some tips on how to get the most from you 12v solar panel.
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Regulating The Sun: The Who, What, and Why on Solar Regulators
Regulating The Sun: The Who, What, and Why on Solar Regulators
Don’t get weighed down by all of the technical solar jargon, REDARC are here to help with a run-down of some of the most commonly asked questions about solar regulators.
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Chasing the Golden Rays: Making the Most of Your Solar Panels
Chasing the Golden Rays: Making the Most of Your Solar Panels
Our friends from Four Hands in a Tin Can share with us how to make the most out of portable solar panels
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Solar Power Essentials to Tour Australia
Joel and Shenae from Touring Aus talk about the benefits of portable solar power and how it keeps them off the grid when they travel across Australia
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The Simplicity of Solar
The Simplicity of Solar
Damian Lucev explains how solar power keeps his Land Rover Defender charged up for longer remote touring.
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Ideal Solar Power Setups for remote camping
Ideal Solar Power Setups for remote camping
The Blonde Nomads explain how portable solar power setups can benefit your camp and allow you to stay that extra night or two at your favourite destination.
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How we used solar power to stay off the grid for six months
Dean and Shay are The Gathering Folk, a young family living life on the road. They share their story and tips on how they utilised portable solar power to extend camping time off the grid.
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How to choose the right solar panel for free camping
How to choose the right solar panel for free camping

It’s no secret that adding solar to your campsite proves to be one of the easiest and efficient ways to get that extra bit of power back into your batteries so you can keep on drinking those cold beers and stay that extra night at your favourite remote destination.

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Rinus and Helga; Using Solar to Power a Global Adventure
Rinus and Helga; Using Solar to Power a Global Adventure

Two Dutch adventurists, Rinus and Helga have been fortunate enough to travel across the globe in their Troopy for the past 14 months. When they were in Australia we gave them one of our solar blankets to help power their adventures and their devices that kept them on-road and online.

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