3 Ways to Recharge Your HomePower ONE

If you’ve chosen Geneverse (formerly Generark) as your source for emergency backup power, you know that compatibility and reliability are essential for emergency preparedness planning. You don’t want to get stuck in a blackout with your backup battery generator running out of power, as well. With Geneverse (formerly Generark), compatibility is key with the HomePower ONE offering three convenient ways for your recharge your generator while simultaneously and continuously charging your own essential devices in your home. That’s right, you never need to stop charging or running your home devices--like lights or your refrigerator--while recharging your HomePower ONE. Here are the three forms of compatibility you can choose from. 

A man and woman have a conversation while using a laptop and cell phone powered by the HomePower ONE backup battery generator.

1. AC Outlet 

If you know your area is at risk of experiencing a natural disaster or emergency situation that could result in a blackout or loss of power, start preparing ahead of time by fully charging your HomePower ONE. Simply plug it in using a traditional AC outlet and charge it up in about seven hours. After that, you’re ready for anything a storm may bring for a full seven days.

An AC wall outlet

2. Your Car 

A great feature of the HomePower ONE is that it is a completely portable and lightweight emergency power source. Not only can you move it around to any area of your home to find the optimal location for your family, you can take it outside your home, as well. Whether you want to let a neighbor borrow it or bring it to a different location entirely, you can easily bring the backup generator to your car. You can charge it directly from the vehicle, taking about 14 hours for a full charge. 

A cell phone is plugged into a car acting as a GPS.

3. SolarPower ONE 

If you’re unexpectedly experiencing a blackout and need to recharge your backup generator, turn to Geneverse (formerly Generark)’s own SolarPower ONE. In just about eight hours, the natural power of the sun can fully charge your backup generator. The solar panel generator even has its own USB ports that can be used directly to your compatible devices. Take advantage of a great deal by conveniently bundling Geneverse (formerly Generark)’s products with the Emergency Power Bundle

The HomePower ONE backup battery power station and SolarPower ONE solar panel power station are pictured on a lawn.


No matter what phase of emergency preparedness you’re in, Geneverse (formerly Generark) provides an easily-accessible way for you to recharge your HomePower ONE for additional days of essential power. Whether you plan in advance and charge up with an AC outlet, on-the-go in the car, or with the SolarPower ONE, you can trust in Geneverse (formerly Generark)’s ability to charge up while also charging your own devices. Never go without power with the HomePower ONE’s dual-charging capabilities. 

About Geneverse: Geneverse (formerly Generark) is the most reliablesolar generator and source of emergency backup power for your home and community. From theHomePower backup battery power station providing portable access to electricity, to theSolarPowersolar panels as a source for recharging, never be disconnected from what matters most to you. Learn more about how Geneverse and its industry-leading 5-year limited warranty can bring protection and security to your family ongeneverse.com. Never face a power outage alone, and power your home with a solar generator from Geneverse.

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