Holland-based Volta Power Systems hosted the first-ever Volta CAMPOUT at the Ottawa County Fairgrounds in an effort to promote green camping technology.
The campout took place August 4 through August 7.
The four-day event provided nearly 100 Volta-equipped van and RV owners from around the country the chance to review the company’s latest energy storage technology.
It included training seminars, outdoor adventures, a pub crawl and a concert – all powered by Volta li-ion batteries.
North American RV production reached an all-time high in 2021, according to the RV Industry Association, with more than 600,000 vehicles produced.
Recreation vehicles equipped with Volta lithium-ion batteries can run air conditions, 120V appliances, entertainment and other utilities without using a generator or plugging into shore power.
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