Here is an interesting Blog by a couple living in Alaska in a tent:
Off-Grid in Alaska: wall tent
A couple things I would point out before anyone considers doing this. The tent they are using cost as much as my entire cabin to build. tents are only temporary living and without additional insulation like they used would not be suitable for winter living.
They are storing batteries inside the tent with them that is not smart as batteries leak/offgas acid and explosive gasses that can kill people.
They are storing gas chainsaws and fuel oil in side the tent with a wood stove and are asking for trouble.
Their electrical system is too complicated and a 12 volt system does not require a grid fuse box like they have used. Solar panels with a generator backup would be better.
They are using a wood stove for primary heat and propane would have run many more appliances with a wood stove backup would have been a better choice.
They do not mention any bath or composting toilet in their tent and I appears they are using neighbors facilities for that purpose. A composting toilet and solar or propane shower would have been better.
Its a good article well worth reading but also shows a lot of mistakes people make when they decide to go off grid without an understanding of some basic survival principles.
Here are some videos of my survival solar cabin for ideas: