POWER A NEW WORLD
POWER A NEW WORLD
POWER A NEW WORLD

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  • Our Mission

    Our Mission

    Our mission since day one has been to create the most innovative,
    eco-friendly power solutions to untether individuals, families, and societies. We aim to empower our users with meaningful innovation, helping people across the world to live, dream, and explore without limits.

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    How It All Started

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    Everyone deserves the right to access power. We started out in 2017 with a group of battery engineers who had a vision to power a new world — actively transitioning the world from outdated power sources to a future of sustainable, renewable power. Today, as a portable power and renewable energy company, EcoFlow leads the way forward with industry-leading portable power solutions, solar technology, and the world’s first smart home ecosystem.

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  • “Everyone deserves the right to access power.”

    EcoFlow was founded in 2017 by a group of battery engineers who had a vision to power a new world — actively transitioning the world from outdated power sources to a future of sustainable, renewable power.

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  • EcoFlow DELTA Pro Ecosystem Wins 2022 Red Dot Design Award

    EcoFlow DELTA Pro Ecosystem Wins 2022 Red Dot Design Award

    The renewable energy solution receives a distinction in the Product Design category ahead of its full release. LOS ANGELES, March 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — EcoFlow, a portable power, and renewable energy solutions company, has been recognized by the 2022 Red Dot Design Award, with the EcoFlow DELTA Pro and the ecosystem’s accessories named the winner in the Product Design category. The Red Dot Design Award is one of the biggest design competitions in the world, with its distinctive “Red Dot” serving as a marker of outstanding design around the world for over 60 years. “We are thrilled to see the EcoFlow DELTA Pro ecosystem recognized by the Red Dot jury,” said Thomas Chan, R&D Director at EcoFlow. “It is a wonderful acknowledgment of our product design philosophy, which sought to create a sustainable future for all from the very beginning. This is yet another accolade and milestone for EcoFlow and our products.” On the same day, EcoFlow also announced that the long-awaited full release of the EcoFlow DELTA Pro ecosystem will take place on April 15. The entire ecosystem, which includes the DELTA Pro Portable Power Station and all of its accompanying accessories, is the industry’s first integrated energy solution to address the generation, storage, and usage of power, enabling a sustainable approach to energy for individuals and businesses alike. “EcoFlow has become an important participant in the world’s mission to become carbon neutral through the constant development of innovative renewable energy solutions, and the success of the EcoFlow DELTA Pro ecosystem marks yet another major step forward,” Chan said. First launched on Kickstarter in July 2021, the EcoFlow DELTA Pro ecosystem quickly raised over $12 million, shattering the platform’s record for the most funded tech project at the time. Later that October, the base unit of the ecosystem – the EcoFlow DELTA Pro Portable Power Station – was named in TIME’s list of 100 Best Inventions of 2021.

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  • California Bans Generators: What Alternatives are Available?

    California Bans Generators: What Alternatives are Available?

    On October 9, 2021, California passed a bill that could eventually ban the small off-road engines (SORE) found in gas-powered generators, lawnmowers, leaf blowers, weed eaters, and similar lawn care equipment starting in 2024. While this may sound draconian to some, part of the bill’s justification is that using a leaf blower for an hour is just as polluting as driving 1,100 miles. Laws that begin in California often become adopted elsewhere. While there’s still a few years before gas-powered generators are banned, it doesn’t hurt to start thinking about your options ahead of time. You may already be on board with the idea of clean, quiet power and don’t need to wait on regulators. Alternatives for Gas-Powered Generators The California Air Resources Board estimates that running a gas generator for an hour contributes as much to smog as driving a car for 150 miles. While personal safety should take priority, fossil fuels generally aren’t essential for emergency backup power. If you’re worried about blackouts, get a battery-powered alternative that can power your home emission-free. Can batteries replace a generator? You can go small with a DELTA mini and two 160W solar panels that should be adequate for personal devices, entertainment, and essential appliances for the duration of the outage. If you don’t want to take any chances, DELTA Pro expands way beyond what you’d ever need. It has the solar input and battery capacity to make gas generators obsolete. Alternatives for Lawn Equipment We won’t have to worry about a silent spring with all of that brrrrr going on from mowers and blowers. Trouble is, battery-powered lawn equipment is lacking, and corded equipment means being tethered to a wall. With a lightweight battery you can pick up, you get the best of both worlds: the power of a plug-in tool without the long extension cords. Pick up a RIVER Pro, set it by the hedges, and get to work! Why Wait until 2028 The upcoming ban won’t affect portable gas generators until 2028 to give alternative power sources time to catch up. EcoFlow says we’re already there! People are switching from gas-powered engines to electric alternatives, and it’s not because they have to. There are plenty of reasons for your next portable generator to be an all-electric one. Electric lawn equipment and battery-powered generators are free of toxic emissions, pollutants, noise, grime, and maintenance. Push a button instead of pulling a cord. Recharge at home instead of going to a gas station. The list goes on. An electric-powered lifestyle isn’t just for tree-huggers anymore; everyone can benefit.  Check out our collection of portable power stations ranging from camper-friendly ones to whole-home backup. RIVER Pro 720Wh Capacity600W AC Output RIVER Pro has the output to handle the tough jobs and an add-on battery pack for when there’s a long day ahead of you.Recommended for: Power tools, small appliances Buy Now DELTA 1.26kWh Capacity1800W AC Output Our best-seller for blackouts, DELTA has enough capacity to weather the storm while being portable enough to lift easily. Recommended for: Power tools, small/medium appliances Buy Now DELTA Pro 3.6-25kWh Capacity3600-7200WAC Output Use any appliance during a blackout; DELTA Pro can handle it. Go for days with extra batteries and other add-ons. Recommended for: Power tools, all home appliances, home wiring Buy Now

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  • Blackouts in 2022: Let’s not repeat 2021

    Blackouts in 2022: Let’s not repeat 2021

    Jan 31st 2022:With snow storms whipping across the eastern coast of the US, blackouts are inbound for thousands of Americans. Read this article so you can prepare. February 2021 was a wake-up call for America’s grid system, but these changes don’t happen overnight – or even in a year. Despite states’ best efforts, a recent report of the nation’s infrastructure suggests there may be more of the same coming if winter storms get bad enough, especially in Texas where a third of the energy demanded could be left out in the cold. Portable power stations plus solar panels can be a lifeline when the grid goes down. Will there be another blackout in 2022 like the Texas deep freeze? Potentially, but of course, we won’t know when or where because massive power outages can occur when production doesn’t keep up with demand or the physical infrastructure fails. With crazy winter storms cranking up consumption and droughts lowering hydropower production, only time will tell what 2022 has in store. One report estimates that over a third of Texas’ power needs won’t be met if winter weather gets severe enough. The forces of nature also put several other states at risk of not having adequate power. The duration of outages seems to be getting longer as the US’s power grid ages, so it’s possible history will repeat itself in 2022 – though not necessarily in the same place. What SAIDI can tell us about power outages We won’t try to predict the next big outage, but will give you some idea of who’s at risk. The System Average Interruption Duration Index (SAIDI) is a metric for grid reliability and is calculated by adding up how long each customer spent without power and then dividing it by the total number of customers. Let’s say, Littleton Power Company has 100 customers, and 10 of those lost power for 3 hours. 30 cumulative hours/100 total customers mean customers were without power for 0.3 hours on average. It would be nice if the numbers in America were really that low.While the average American only experiences one outage per year, they’re usually for extended durations. In 2020, customers across the States averaged 7½ hours without power, with Louisiana seeing ten times that. The map below adds up the average duration customers faced each year from 2013 to 2020 and gives you an idea of which states have the worst outages. Data source: https://www.eia.gov/electricity/annual/html/epa_11_04.html Shortest outages (2013–2020) Arizona – 11½ hours Washington D.C. – 12¼ hours Nevada – 12½ hours Nebraska – 14½ hours North Dakota – 15½ hours Longest outages (2013–2020) Maine – 142 hours Louisiana – 124 hours West Virginia – 92 hours Alabama – 86 hours Connecticut – 82 hours *2013–2014 values for Hawaii were unavailable and are represented as the average of 2015–2020.Data source: https://www.eia.gov/electricity/annual/html/epa_11_04.html Worst times for outages Maine 2017 – Wind storm (42 hours) Florida 2017 – Hurricane Irma (45 hours) North Carolina 2018 – Hurricane Florence (31 hours) Connecticut 2020 – Tropical Storm Isaias (50 hours) Alabama 2020 – Multiple gulf hurricanes (55 hours) Louisiana 2020 – Multiple gulf hurricanes (72 hours) How to not repeat 2021 in 2022 Store and even make power with a portable power station in the event that 2022’s winter weather is more than the grid bargained for. They’re a battery with outlets for personal devices and even home appliances and can charge from a wall outlet, car, or solar panel. Before a blackout Store energy from the grid in a battery with enough capacity to power essential devices and appliances for several hours. Batteries with around 500Wh of capacity will be enough for keeping personal devices charged, and those with around 3000Wh are better suited for several hours of using home appliances conservatively. RIVER Max 576WhCapacity600WAC Output Shop Now DELTA Pro 3.6-25kWhCapacity3600-7200WAC Output Shop Now During a blackout It’s important to note that portable power stations don’t make energy and rely on planning ahead and carefully monitoring the battery level. If it worries you that a blackout could drag on and on, there are three ways to keep your home powered. Gas generator: People are switching to portable power stations to get away from gas generators, but for those that already have a generator, the two can work together to avoid constant noise. Use stored power from a portable power station’s battery, and if the lights aren’t back on by the time it’s about to die, fire up the generator to power your house while recharging a portable power station. EcoFlow’s Smart Generator is made for just that. Emergency power when you’re all out of charging methods.Solar Panel: Better yet, be completely quiet, exhaust-free, and unreliant with solar panels. Create power during the day, use stored power through the night.Recharge elsewhere: For those on a budget not wanting to get into gas generators and solar panels, it’s always possible to recharge your portable power station somewhere that does have power. Blackouts are localized, and perhaps people down the street or a few blocks away have power even though you don’t. If it’s safe to drive somewhere with power, EcoFlow portable power stations can fully recharge in about an hour and a half, which is great for rolling blackouts too. What is the difference between a portable power station and a solar generator? Without a formal definition in place, these two terms get thrown around a lot. An easy way is to think of a solar generator as a portable power station plus a portable solar panel. This makes sense because it’s generating its own energy rather than relying on stored battery power. Other than that, they’re pretty much the same thing. All EcoFlow portable power stations can be used as solar generators, which is a great way to stay powered throughout blackouts without drawing attention. There’ll never be a better time to try out solar. Solar panels still aren’t a normal part of most people’s lives, but if there was ever a time to try them out, it would be during winter power outages. Dipping your toe in the water: Portable solar panels used with solar generators don’t need to be installed: just plug them into the portable power station. You can start making solar as soon as your shipment arrives without waiting in line for someone to install rooftop panels.Energy when you need it: Putting solar panels out in your yard or balcony may feel like a hobby, but when the power goes out, they’ll feel like liferafts of civilized living.Avoid gouging: The cost of solar panels seems like a lot without considering the savings, and for most days of the year it may only be several cents per day. During blackouts, energy prices can skyrocket as suppliers try to cut back on consumption.Alleviate the grid: Powering with off-grid energy is not only great for you, it’s great for everyone. If people used more solar during wintery weather, power systems wouldn’t be so overwhelmed.Cold is better: Bonus benefit! Solar panels actually perform better in colder conditions. EcoFlow solar panels can be used down to −4°F, but keep the battery unit indoors for best performance. Best Batteries for Blackouts DELTA mini Capacity 882WhPhone (11W)62 ChargesLaptop 60W12 ChargesMini Fridge12 HoursBlender (500W)1.5 HoursCoffee Machine (1000W)0.7 HoursAir Fryer (1500W) 0.5 Hours Buy Now DELTA Capacity 1260WhPhone (11W)104 ChargesLaptop 60W19 ChargesMini Fridge19 HoursBlender (500W)2.1 HoursCoffee Machine (1000W)1.1 HoursAir Fryer (1500W) 0.7 Hours Buy Now DELTA Max Capacity 2016WhPhone (11W)175 ChargesLaptop 60W32 ChargesMini Fridge33 HoursBlender (500W)3.5 HoursCoffee Machine (1000W)1.9 HoursAir Fryer (1500W) 1.2 Hours Buy Now DELTA Pro Capacity 3600WhPhone (11W)313 ChargesLaptop 60W57 ChargesMini Fridge57 HoursBlender (500W)6.5 HoursCoffee Machine (1000W)3.3 HoursAir Fryer (1500W) 2.2 Hours Buy Now

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