Mount Vernon, WA – Camp Korey and NUE teamed up over the weekend of September 16th to lower the carbon emissions for the Pacific Northwest BBQ Association’s competitive barbecue event, the Cooking for Kids BBQ Challenge.

“We prefer the carbon to be on the meat and not come from portable gas generators,” said NUE CEO Paul Shmotolokha. “We are tackling a first, powering barbecue professionals from solar generators. With a primary focus on electric smokers and devices, our products helped reduce and eliminate the noise and fumes from gas generators.”

NUE deployed its SunWing Solar Trailers, its SunKit 5kWh solar generators and three models of PowerPac Ultra-portable solar generators ranging from 1 to 6 kilowatt hours of battery storage.