A lithium-ion battery by Transporter Energy

Powering the Dream
Gas free and fully electric
by transporter energy

In partnership with Transporter Energy

SV Delos is a sailing boat, bought by captain Breeyawn in 2008, that has taken its crew to 45 countries, clocking up over 70,000 ocean miles. The crew’s core is made up of captain Breeyawn, Brady who joined in Mexico and Karin who joined in New Zealand, although many people join the boat for periods of its journey.

Aboard SV Delos, the crew documents their journey through videos which help to fund the costs of the boat.

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Why Transporter Energy?

Always looking to live and travel as environmentally friendly as possible, SV Delos can use Transporter Energy’s lithium-ion batteries to produce a virtually limitless green energy source. The Transporter Energy Pod also means that cooking in the SV Delos is cooler and safer, while still allowing the crew to cook up a feast wherever they travel.

Captain Breeyawn commented, “No more hunting around random countries seeking out propane refills and different tank adapters at every port. Not having to store a highly flammable gas onboard is a really big deal.”

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A LIMITLESS GREEN ENERGY SOURCE

The solution

SV Delos is the first sailing boat to eliminate all gas by using Transporter Energy’s lithium-ion batteries. The boat has had a lithium bank, induction hob and electric BBQ fitted, meaning they’ve reduced the risk of explosion and poisoning onboard. You can find out more about Transporter Energy and SV Delos here.

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6 days off grid power

Don’t compromise on home comforts when you’re camping off-grid.

When it’s time to charge up, connect to solar panels, engine alternator or campsite hook-up.

Start of day 1

100%

(~7200w)

On the first day of your trip, you make two microwave meals and use the hob to cook some veg. The fridge freezer is running all day and you use lights and other accessories from time to time. The hot water heater runs for an hour and you watch TV for a couple of hours. It’s a sunny day, so you get 5 hours of solar charging.

End of day 1

95%

(~6834w)

Start of day 1

100%

(~7200w)

Energy out

Microwave oven 15 mins 248w
Induction hob 30 mins 990w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 2 hrs 46w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 1864w

Energy in

400w solar array 5 hrs 1700w
Engine alternator - -
Campsite hookup - -
 
 
 
Total charge 1700w

End of day 1

95%

(~6834w)

Start of day 2

95%

(~6843w)

Cook a tasty breakfast on the hob. For dinner you roast a chicken in the microwave oven, and cook side veg on the hob. Once again, the fridge freezer is on all day and the water heater for an hour. You watch TV for three hours. The good weather means 5 hours of solar charging.

End of day 2

77%

(~5538w)

Start of day 2

95%

(~6834w)

Energy out

Microwave oven 40 mins 660w
Induction hob 45 mins 1485w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 3 hrs 69w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 2996w

Energy in

400w solar array 5hrs 1700w
Engine alternator - -
Campsite hookup - -
 
 
 
Total charge 1700w

End of day 2

77%

(~5538w)

Start of day 3

77%

(~5538w)

Breakfast and dinner are both cooked on the hob today. The fridge is on, you heat water for an hour and use lights as and when needed. You relax in front of the telly for three hours. It’s bad weather, so no solar charge, but a three-hour drive gives you a charge from the alternator.

End of day 3

57%

(~4117w)

Start of day 3

77%

(~5538w)

Energy out

Microwave oven -
Induction hob 50 mins 1650w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 3 hrs 69w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 2501w

Energy in

400w solar array - -
Engine alternator 3 hrs 1080w
Campsite hookup - -
 
 
 
Total charge 1080w

End of day 3

57%

(~4117w)

Start of day 4

57%

(~4117w)

The weather isn’t great again, so no solar charge today and four hours spent watching TV. You prepare two meals in the microwave and cook side dishes on the hob. As always, the fridge freezer is on all day and the water heater for an hour with various lights and accessories as needed.

End of day 4

31%

(~2253w)

Start of day 4

57%

(~4117w)

Energy out

Microwave oven 20 mins 330w
Induction hob 20 mins 660w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 4 hrs 92w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 1864w

Energy in

400w solar array - -
Engine alternator - -
Campsite hookup - -
 
 
 
Total charge 0w

End of day 4

31%

(~2253w)

Start of day 5

31%

(~2253w)

Out for a drive today so 2.5 hours alternator charging. The sun is out too, so another 4 hours from the solar panels. You run the water heater for the usual hour and watch TV for 5 hours. Dinner is cooked using both the microwave and the hob.

End of day 5

34%

(~2462w)

Start of day 5

31%

(~2253w)

Energy out

Microwave oven 10 mins 165w
Induction hob 30 mins 990w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 5 hrs 115w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 2052w

Energy in

400w solar array 4 hrs 1360w
Engine alternator 2.5 hrs 900w
Campsite hookup - -
 
 
 
Total charge 2260w

End of day 5

34%

(~2462)

Start of day 6

34%

(~2462w)

Another good day, so 5 hours of solar charging. Breakfast and dinner are both cooked using the hob and microwave, and the fridge freezer stays on all day. Three hours is spent watching TV and the lights are used as needed.

End of day 6

100%

(~7200w)

Start of day 6

34%

(~2462w)

Energy out

Microwave oven 1.25 hrs 1238w
Induction hob 50 mins 1650w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 3 hrs 69w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 3574w

Energy in

400w solar array - -
Engine alternator - -
Campsite hookup 12 hrs 8640w
 
 
 
Total charge 8640w

End of day 6

100%

(~7200w)