Azimuth Solar Products Hopes to Raise $120,000 to Bring Powerful and Easy-Setup Mobile Solar Generators to the Market

ASP 360 and ASP 300 Portable Solar Generators

ASP 360 and ASP 300 Portable Solar Generators

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Portable Power While Camping

ASP 360 and RV

ASP 360 - Portable Power While RVing

The mainstream consumer is eager to embrace green technologies, like solar energy. We’ve designed our systems to be easy for anyone to setup and access portable solar power.”
— Matthew Longman, CTO
KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA, August 21, 2017 / -- Azimuth Solar has launched their new portable solar generators on crowd-funding site Kickstarter. They are offering a variety of turnkey portable solar power systems discounted to fund their initial production runs.

Azimuth Solar Products’ 2-axis, 360 degree, full-rotation, portable solar generator has four folding solar panels and lets you follow the sun for maximum input and one-day battery charging. These solar generators can power off-grid tiny homes, cabins, RVs, mobile work sites, and recreation. They also make excellent back-up power systems for communications, and disaster response. In earthquake, hurricane or fire-prone areas, or seasonal residences, the Azimuth systems can be stored or put away in their hard cases to protect them from theft and damage. It is a tool-free five minute setup for use when the power grid is down or off-grid power is needed.

Matthew Longman, CTO explains, “The mainstream consumer is eager to embrace green technologies, like solar energy. We’ve designed our systems to be easy for anyone to setup and access portable solar power.”

“Consumers, military and emergency services, and solar professionals, can access mobile solar power quickly and easily with enough power to act as a true backup system. This is not a novelty system that can only charge a cell phone; these will power refrigerators, freezers and power tools.”

“We are excited to bring our products to market. We can’t wait to share it with the Kickstarter community and have them help nurture this unique technology with us. It has been a long haul refining our product mix and solidifying our supplier and production chains, but we are ready to launch and deliver,” says Shari McDowell, CEO, Azimuth Solar Products Inc.


• Silent, fume-free operation of our mobile solar generators makes it the right choice for most applications.
• Easy Five-minute setup without the use of tools.
• Portable – you can setup anywhere there is sunlight. Fits in your car trunk. Take it with you when you go or inside when a storm is forecast to avoid vandalism, theft and damage.
• Powerful – Azimuth’s systems will recharge most battery packs in less than a day providing reliable power for your appliances, tools, and equipment.
• Flexible applications and packages – systems suitable for your RV, cabin, tiny home, mobile work site, backup emergency power and military and government remote applications.

You can back Azimuth Solar Products on their Kickstarter page now; starting at $10. Initial assembly and manufacturing will be in Canada, with additional manufacturing in the USA.

For more information, please visit Azimuth’s website

About Azimuth Solar Products Inc.
Azimuth Solar Products Inc. is based in beautiful Kelowna, British Columbia. They have secured a retail and assembly location and are in the process of setting up production. The founders, Matthew Longman and Shari McDowell, have spent the last few years developing well-designed, robust mobile solar generator systems to give you high-output mobile solar power for all levels of users.

About the Founders of Azimuth Solar Products Inc.
Shari McDowell, CEO has over 29 years of entrepreneurial management experience with a background in finance and marketing. She opened her first business when she was only 18 years old. She has a background in purchasing and production for added expertise in setting up Azimuth’s fulfillment plan.

Matthew Longman, CTO is also a Registered Massage Therapist who recently received his 20 year pin. He is a Certified Aging in Place Specialist and has over 26 years of entrepreneur experience. Matthew has an engineering brain and spends most of his time on designing “better mousetraps”. Matthew is the designer behind both the Aquassure ADL Spa tub and Azimuth’s product lines.

Matthew and Shari had previously successfully commercialized an accessible bathtub, through their company Aquassure Accessible Baths which has done over $3 Million in sales to date. Matthew and Shari are married and live in Kelowna, BC with their 3 cats, and 5 foster kittens. They have extensive experience as volunteers for disaster response organizations. When not running their multiple businesses or volunteering, they enjoy camping in their 1974 Boler trailer, biking, and organic gardening.

Matthew Longman
Azimuth Solar Products Inc.
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Azimuth Solar on Kickstarter