News of aheatwave baking the southwestern and central United States began to break in mid June just in time for summer. We’re starting to see record-breaking temperatures that often rise above 100 degrees (38C). Forecasters have issued warnings for people to stay indoors, drink plenty of fluids, and find ways to avoid the summer heat.
Making sure that you stay cool is not simply a choice, it’s a necessity. Your body will activate its own internal cooling system (sweating), but what if that’s not enough? When sweating doesn’t suffice for keeping body temperature regulated, extreme or excessive heat can ultimately lead to heat-related illnesses like heat exhaustion or heat stroke, according toHealthline.
No matter what region of the country you live in, the temperatures are getting hotter everywhere. In such scenarios a solar powered generator is often worth its weight in gold.
Using the Sun for Your Own Benefit
Among the most important features of a solar generator is its ability to recharge in natural sunlight. You will want to make sure that your solar generator has strong battery storage capacity. If you plan to use your generator at night or during periods of limited sun exposure, taking advantage of solar input is essential.
Having 3-5 days of battery storage is a good idea, especially if your local weather forecast anticipates rain or cloud coverage. GeneverseHomePower One offers 1,002Wh (278,400mAh), which equates to about 7 days of reliable power supply for crucial devices and even home appliances – on a single charge.
What Can I Power with Geneverse?
GeneverseHomePower 2 has a capacity of 1566Wh (Starter) - 2060Wh (Plus) and also offers up to 7 days of emergency power to crucial devices and home appliances on a single charge.
For instance, if you experience a power outage or plan to bring a refrigerator along for a camping trip, you will need plenty of power to take on such a task. An average refrigerator will take 1,500 watt-hours per day to run. If you’re going to need a lot of power to live comfortably, having a HomePower 2 with a backup battery is likely the solution for you.
A freezer or refrigerator will help you keep water cold for those moments you need to cool down and rehydrate. If you’re a fan of applying cold compresses or ice packs, you can target key hot zones on your body (such as the neck and wrists) in order to cool off.
If you live in a home that doesn’t have central air conditioning, you might consider picking up a portable AC unit, which Geneverse can help power during the hottest points of the day, helping you stay cool, calm, and collected.
Time to Buy a Geneverse
One of the biggest lessons about climate change and extreme weather is that emergencies cannot always be predicted correctly. Many times extreme weather comes without warning. It’s always good to have a plan, especially when it comes to your backup power. Geneverse provides products and solutions that help you get through emergencies and everyday life more comfortably.
About Geneverse: Geneverse (formerly Generark) is the most reliable source of emergency backup power for your home and community. From the HomePower ONE power station providing portable access to electricity, to the SolarPower ONE as a source for recharging, never be disconnected from what matters most to you. Choose the size of Solar Generator perfect for you and your family. Learn more about how Geneverse and its industry-leading 5-year limited warranty can bring protection and security to your family on our website. Never face a power outage alone with a backup battery generator and solar panel from Geneverse.