Solar Power Happy Hour

Photo courtesy of Footprint Project

Come learn about clean energy sources and their role in disaster relief at the (non-alcoholic) Solar Power Happy Hour. Biofuel Oasis is raising awareness about twin solar projects, Footprint Project and Rent.Solar, by showcasing their rentable solar-power trailer in the store parking lot. This trailer was recently deployed to Donaldson Way Elementary School in Napa County, where it allowed over 100 residents to charge multiple devices for 24 hours during a PG&E power outage. Footprint Project is a nonprofit that makes disaster relief operations more sustainable, starting with solar power. Rent Solar supports Footprint Project’s mission by allowing the same equipment to be rented out for festivals, construction sites, film shoots, and other events that would normally use generators.

Biofuel Oasis is also looking to create a partnership with a biodiesel customer interested in renting out their biodiesel vehicle to Rent.Solar for towing the trailer to events. Your car/truck must be able to tow a standard trailer. Contact Lee at lee(at) to learn more.

Solar Power Happy Hour
Saturday November 9, 3–5pm
Biofuel Oasis
1441 Ashby Ave, Berkeley