Pure Power was proud to support our friends at Sustainable Waves and their fabulous Solar Stage with this past weekend’s BroAm event in Encinitas. We were able to provide power for about 18 vendors all day during this amazing beach music festival.
We were proud to support IgnitedUSA last week in providing pure power to a fleet of 15 new plug-in Prius vehicles for Toyota.
The event, held under seasonably overcast Southern California skies (aka “June Gloom”) required each Hybrid S10 Mobile Solar Power Systems to recharge 5 Prius for fleet managers to view, assess and test-drive, over a period of 2 days.
Did we say Overcast? Not so fast: what seems to most to be overcast skies looks positively bright to a solar panel, and our Hybrid S10s calmly and quietly recharged the Prius (Priuses? Prii?) easy-as-you-please.
Pure Power sent a driver/operator skilled in both the navigational and power-providing arts to ensure that all the vehicles were properly charged and ready to go. Mission accomplished – and wouldn’t you agree, there’s something poetic about the vision of 15 Prius cars being charged with pure solar power?
~ IgnitedUSA, by the way, is a marketing innovations agency chock full of big brain rock stars – check them out here http://www.ignitedusa.com ~
Toyota, when you hold your next plug-in Prius rally, we are expecting a call for more pure power.
Pure Power was proud to support our good friends at Sustainable Waves with a Hybrid Mobile Solar Power System for GreenerFest in Venice, CA.
Sustainable Waves is simply the best at providing pure solar powered stages to events, festivals and concerts. Check them out here:
Bakersfield, California May 20, 2010: Pure Power Distribution provided Hybrid Mobile Solar Power Systems(TM) to power food vendors near the finish line of Stage 5 of the Amgen Tour of California on Thursday. Pure Power provided a pair of its unique Hybrid solar generators that flawlessly powered 7 food vendor trucks with silent, clean, emission-free solar power. The versatile and powerful Hybrid Systems were on lease to Pure Energy Solar, a rooftop solar company in Bakersfield, which the company bannered and stickered with its own bright orange logos.
Although 7-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong was injured in a crash and pulled out of the race earlier,
Stage 5 featured a tight and colorful peloton coursing through the heart of California’s farm country, and a sprint finish won by Peter Sagan of the Team Liquigas Domo.