Who We Are

mike libecki goal zeroGoal Zero are the largest portable solar company in the world. We equip people seeking adventure with market-leading solar kits, solar rechargers, solar panels and solar accessories, each designed to work in concert with each other. Our portable solar power systems power a variety of USB, AC and DC devices anywhere and at anytime, and provide a perfect blend of portability, power and ease of use.

Goal Zero are a company that equips people reaching the farthest outposts of the world with the most innovative portable power products on the market. Field-proven in some of the most remote places on earth, we are working to continually deliver smart, innovative power solutions that will change the way you adventure.

Goal Zero ambassadors include some of the most well-known personalities in the outdoor and adventure world. These include Alex Honnold – known for his daring free solo rock-climbing on some of the most challenging vertical ascents in the world; Ueli Steck, the iconic Swiss speed-climber and winner of the prestigious Eiger Award for mountaineering achievements; Chris Burkard, photographer and Red Bull Illume winner; and Mike Libecki (right), the 2012 National Geographic Adventurer of the Year.

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Published on the 8th of Jan 2020
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HOW TO BE READY FOR AN EMERGENCY OUTAGE

As we have learnt over the past few months in Australia, emergencies can happen anywhere at any time—and while no one likes to be a pessimist, it’s truly better to stay...

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Published on the 9th of Dec 2019
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GOAL ZERO YETI POWERS: CHARGING EDITION

We’re showing you all the ways to recharge your Yeti—from the wall outlet to your vehicle to solar. Goal Zero Product Manager, Robbie Kerback, walks through how to charge a Yeti...

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Published on the 19th of Nov 2019
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LITHIUM EXPLAINED

Tesla’s doing it, cell phones became viable with it, and now Goal Zero’s Yeti has gone the way of the lithium battery. It’s expensive, seems to catch fire sometimes, and can...

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