Jackery, a global leader of innovative portable power and green outdoor energy solutions, is set to make waves at Australia's premiere outdoor lifestyle event, the National 4x4 Outdoors Show. From August 18th to 20th, Jackery will be showcasing its innovative power solutions at BP101, Boulevard Pavilion, catering to the needs of outdoor enthusiasts and addressing pressing environmental concerns.
At Jackery's booth, attendees will witness firsthand how Jackery's power solutions empower outdoor adventurers by offering reliable, clean energy on the go. Whether camping, hiking, or engaging in other outdoor activities, Jackery's products ensure a seamless power supply for various devices, such as smartphones, laptops, refrigerators, and even electric cooking equipment. With Jackery, outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy their adventures while minimizing their carbon footprint and contributing to a more sustainable future.
Jackery continues to empower individuals worldwide with green energy solutions. With a decade of success in the US market and a growing global presence, Jackery made a significant entry into the Australian green energy market earlier this year. With select classic products already available to Aussie customers through official website and Amazon, Jackery continues to expand its presence. By participating in the National 4x4 Outdoors Show, Jackery reiterates its commitment to Australia's outdoor community and its dedication to shaping a greener future for all.
Jackery's dedication to sustainability extends beyond its product offerings. The company has received carbon footprint verification from TÜV SÜD for multiple solar panel and portable power products, a remarkable achievement in the solar generator industry. Furthermore, Jackery's pursuit of sustainable innovation was recognized with the prestigious SEAL Sustainable Product Award for 2023, specifically for its outstanding SG 2000 Plus. The company also actively engages in environmental preservation initiatives, partnering with organizations like the National Forest Foundation (NFF), the Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union (NABU), and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).