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The Newest Portable Power Stations in 2022

The Newest Portable Power Stations in 2022

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The Latest in Portable Energy Technology

We live in a world where we rely more and more on energy but, more often than not, at the expense of the planet. That’s why when we’re looking for portable power solutions for making the most of “the great New Zealand adventure”, whether it’s camping in the wilderness or road-tripping in a campervan, we want to connect to power that’s clean yet suits our needs. Technology on portable power stations is improving year-on-year, so we’re taking a look at one of the global leaders in clean energy storage, BLUETTI, to see what’s new in portable power stations in 2022.


With over 10 years of industry experience, BLUETTI has strived to stay true to a sustainable future through green energy storage solutions for both indoor and outdoor use. Read how their portable power stations are an exceptional alternative to gas-guzzling and noisy camping generators in How to Choose a Generator for Your Motorhome, Campervan or Tent and compare some of their flagship products in the 6 Best Power Stations for Camping. BLUETTI is making its presence in 70+ countries, so they’re worth checking out even if you’re outside of Australia.

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AC500 + B300S

New to the market in September 2022, the BLUETTI AC500 and B300S system is a 100% modular system. Whether you need an energy backup or off-the-grid system for one, two, four or six days, B300S expansion battery packs can be added according to your needs. The capacity can reach 18.432Wh and can deliver a whopping 5,000W pure sine wave output! With multi-charge options, including solar charging, you can be up and running at 80% capacity in 50 minutes. Check out the latest system in off-the-grid energy technology on the AC500 + B300S page.

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Also released in 2022, BLUETTI’s EB3A is our favourite lightweight power station for short camping trips. It’s one of the lightest portable power stations on the market at 4.6kg (10lbs) yet has 268Wh capacity. With fast 330W charging with multiple inputs (including solar) getting you back to 80% in 40 minutes, it’s quickly back to serving your basic camping needs! Check out our full review at BLUETTI EB3A Review: Is it Really the Best Portable Power Station?

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Drop By at All-Energy 2022!

Australia’s most anticipated clean energy event, All-Energy 2022, is back this year with BLUETTI at the fore and will debut its latest power stations, including the EP600, its hero product of 2023. The long-rumoured solar system is a three-phase system that features a 6kW inverter and a maximum 79kWh LFP battery capacity.

Compared to other existing solar generators in the market, EP600 comes with a hybrid inverter system within the belly, which means all you need to do is plug solar panels into the solar generator. No more solar inverter or MPPT controller is required!

Drop by the BLUETTI booth at All-Energy 2022 to explore more energy solutions.

Dates: October 26 to 27, 2022
Time: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.
Location: Booth No: J101, Area 18 MCEC, Melbourne, Australia.

More About Portable Power Stations

That’s it for our quick overview of the newest power stations this year. For more power solutions when you’re out exploring New Zealand, check out the following:

Finally, if there’s anything we’ve missed you’re likely to find it in the 6 Best Power Stations for Camping.


The information in this guide has been compiled from our extensive research, travel and experiences across New Zealand and the South Pacific, accumulated over more than a decade of numerous visits to each destination. Additional sources for this guide include the following:

Our editorial standards: At NZ Pocket Guide, we uphold strict editorial standards to ensure accurate and quality content.

About The Author

Laura S.

This article has been reviewed and published by Laura, the editor-in-chief and co-founder of NZ Pocket Guide. Laura is a first-class honours journalism graduate and a travel journalist with expertise in New Zealand and South Pacific tourism for over 10 years. She also runs travel guides for five of the top destinations in the South Pacific and is the co-host of over 250 episodes of the NZ Travel Show on YouTube.

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