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Record row attempt powered by PV Logic flexi solar panels

We are delighted to be supporting the incredible adventure that is Ocean Revival 2020

Our PV Logic flexi solar panels and Lifos smart lithium iron batteries will be supporting the team of serving and former Royal Marine Commandos as they row across the North Atlantic Ocean.

Not content with following anyone else's route, the crew is attempting a route that has never been completed before. It's statistically the most dangerous and arduous row to attempt so they are keen to surround themselves with the best possible equipment.

By taking on this challenge, Ocean Revival 2020 is aiming to focus attention on keeping up the momentum in the fight against plastic in our oceans. The crew is also seeking to raise awareness of the Royal Marines Family.

We'll be regularly publishing updates on the team's preparations as they get ready for the adventure of a lifetime. To meet the team and read more about this extreme endeavour visit

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