I am going to build a solar generator for use at my house and with my trailers. Has to be easily movable so I am using an old hand truck I have. I plan on adding some plywood to the handle part and that is where the solar controller and the power outlets will go. It will also have regulated 12vdc fuse block (on order) so I can attach various 12vdc items if needed, such as my portable fridges. Right now my 24v to 12v converter only handles 40 amps but I will up that in the future. I will be using these outlets, they have usb connections in them. The usb-c is able to charge laptops so that is good. They have 40 milliwatt vampire draw so I will probably have a disconnect for long term storage. I am using a very oversized 4000w inverter. It is an expensive one because it is low frequency and somewhat programmable. It is very heavy @ ~55lbs I did this on purpose because I will eventually have a distribution box mounted in the house that it will be able to connect to. The inverter also has a battery charger and an internal transfer switch. This will handle most of the charging needs for now. Batteries for now will be 2 12V 105Ah Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) Batteries connected in series for 24vdc. Batteries are expensive these were a mint but should last a very long time. Eventually I will have a seperate battery box on wheels for long term storage. I am trying to source some used Tesla or Nissan leaf cells to build a big box. Still need to source so solar panels, probably going to buy used ones from the solar farm that is near me (hopefully). I also have 2 100 watt panels that are easily portable. This is a costly project and in no way am I doing this thinking I am going to recoup the money by going solar. I am doing this because I wanted a portable, silent energy source for when I am travelling with my trailers. This will also be good for power outage scenarios as it will run many household appliances for quite a few hours or more depending on the sun. I estimate it will hold my fridge for 30 hours with no sun and if I don't open the fridge a lot.