The Isle of Eigg
There's an interesting article in the BBC News about the Isle of Eigg (in Scotland's Inner Hebrides) now being almost entirely self-sufficient from renewable sources for all its electrical power: http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20180320-extraordinary-electricity-on-a-remote-scottish-island and the accompanying article: http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20170329-the-extraordinary-electricity-of-the-scottish-island-of-eigg Yeah!
And here's another article that gives a good impression of life on Eigg: https://mashable.com/2017/04/22/eigg-scotland-living-off-the-grid/#gH.yaBXoMkqn
40' Crown bus with 2kW of tiltable panels on the roof:
Eight Sharp 255W, two Morningstar TS-MPPT-60, Magnum MS2000, Champion C46540 generator converted to propane, eight golfcart batteries, and maybe a small Exeltech inverter for the fridger.