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Airlie Beach Race Week goes green thanks to sponsor

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AS ENTRIES continue to flow in, Whitsunday Sailing Club (WSC) has announced that Airlie Beach Race Week is going off the grid and green.

The bold move is courtesy of event sponsor Mobile Power Trailers, a sustainable power company based on the Gold Coast.

Mobile Power Trailers provides pioneering, cutting edge portable power solutions with its advanced solar and batteries trailers.

The trailer-mounted systems are slim-lined, offering portable renewable power that folds away effortlessly for transport. All power trailers are customisable and made to order.

Mobile Power Trailers came into existence through recognising limitations    of traditional energy options.

Pooling resources from years of experience in the solar industry, the company provides reliable, sustainable and much more efficient power solutions that will revolutionise the way Australians live and work.

Mobile Power Trailers has announced its patented solar units will power the Airlie Beach Race Week village, in 2024.

Adam Janczyk, owner of Mobile Power Trailers, said he was ‘thrilled’ to be working with the Whitsunday Sailing Club, taking Airlie Beach Race Week off the grid and transforming it into a green event, in 2024.

“This is not only a first for the club, but a world first for an event transitioning from traditional power source to a green solution by choice,” he said.

“It is our hope that this incredible event assists in showing the way for other clubs, events, businesses and organisations to approach and plan their events with a more sustainable outlook.”

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