Last Updated on April 13, 2023 by Rod Olivares

I’ve always loved power and electricity. As a kid, I was always taking apart old radios and various electronics my dad had brought home from his work at Intel. I was always building a PC or taking apart a toaster somewhere in our garage.

Growing up outside Portland, my family often went camping around the Pacific Northwest. I’ve always loved the outdoors. I think you kinda have to if you live here, otherwise, you might end up with few friends :).

When I acquired this site in the spring of 2020 from its founder, I knew exactly what I wanted to do with it. Make it the best resource on the internet for anything generator or large power related. While I may not review small power banks for cell phones, anything greater power-wise, I’m super interested in, and will likely try to build the best guide for here on Generator Grid.

After a 2-week boondocking trip in a teardrop camper around central Oregon this summer, I discovered battery-powered generators. I ran a freezer for two-weeks on a Jackery 1000, and a 100-watt solar panel. I cheated twice and used my gas Honda EU2200i, but if I had had my EcoFlow Delta 1300, I’m not sure I would have needed a gas generator at all! Battery technology has come a long way since I was a kid. Expect to see me cover Li-Ion or Solar Generators quite a bit going into 2021. This space is going to continue to grow.

Thank you so much for visiting my website, and if you have any questions at all, please contact me!

All the best,

Scott Krager

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