We use solar-powered since 2010. We continue to produce enough power from our current mutant vehicle and the panels we have on top of the Cumbia trailer to cover mobility, a decent sound system, blender, lights, tools, espreicito machine, cellphone charging, air pumps, etc.
La Chiva Electrica; our mutant vehicle is one of the few solar beasts roaming and blasting sound at BRC; we detest noisy generators and love our pure sound at camp or around. As per radical inclusion, we do not detest non-noisy generators.
The system consists of:
One (1) Outback Power MATE Remote Monitor & Control
Two (2) – Junction boxes
Eight (8) – deep cycle 6v 340 amp hour batteries on the Chiva forming a theoretical 7344000 coulombs unit.
Eight (8) – deep cycle 6v 180 amp hour batteries on the Cumbia forming a theoretical 3 888 000 coulombs unit.
One (1) – Outback power FX3648 pure sine wave inverter 
One (1) -Octopus junction box
One (1) 2000w sine inverter
One (1) -Midnite solar KID 30A charge controller.
Two (2) – MX60 Charge controllers 
Six (6) – 190w/h panels.
Six (6) – 330w/h panels
Solar Power Grid History @ BRC
in 2010 we had 4 panels.
in 2011 we had 12 panels.
in 2012 we had 20 panels.
in 2013 we had 19 panels.
in 2014 we had 19 panels.
In 2015 we had 6 panels; on top of the Chiva.
In 2016 we had 6 panels; on top of the Chiva.
In 2017 we had 6 panels; on top of the Chiva
In 2018 we had 12 panels; 6 on top of the Chiva.
In 2019 we had 12 panels; 6 on top of the Chiva.
In 2020 we had 12 panels; 6 on top of Chiva and 6 @ default world. In 2021 we got ready and built the Solar Cumbia first iteration
For 2022 we will have 6 panels on top of Chiva and 6 panels on top of Cumbia; we need to prep and reposition the charge controller and inverter. Playa project?
Apart from these systems, we have smaller 12v panels charging independent deep cycle batteries for LED lights and other 12-volt stuff.
If interested in learning more about solar power do not hesitate to ask.