We lost power for 3 days during hurricane Ian. The biggest problems we had were keeping the fridge cold and the USB powered devices charged. I found that without power my fridge goes from 37 degrees to about 53 degrees in about 3 hours and the freezer goes from 6 to 27 in the same 3 hours. Therefore, I got up twice in the middle of the night to run the noisy *** portable generator for about an hour. Fortunately, the only neighbors evacuated. A whole house generator is out of the question right now (I just checked my brokerage accounts). But I might be able to swing for a battery charge station. Question1: What size battery pack would I need to run a 22 CU Ft fridge for 10-12 hours? The data plate says it uses 110 vots and 8.5 amps, but it doesn't run all the time and during the hurricane we were EXTRA cautious to only open it occasionally and for as short a period as possible. I could charge it up during the day with the noisy generator. (Can anyone recommend a good battery power station?) Question2: I have a 12 Volt battery that came with my ICE BOX swamp cooler for the plane. It has a cigarette lighter type out put device that I could plug a USB adapter in to power my phones, tablets and other devices. Is this a good or bad idea?