- GeoSolar is recognized internationally as a company spearheading Americans toward an all-electric and net-zero emissions future as solar proves it can protect communities from the disruption of essential services when climate shocks hit
- Babcock Ranch, a 100% solar community located in Florida, came out from a recent hurricane practically unscathed thanks among other things to its solar array of 700,000 panels that withstood hurricane’s brutal beating
- GeoSolar helps built urban developments to better cope with a climate change-ravaged future and assist American homeowners in becoming more climate resilient by offering cleaner, safer, and more efficient energy alternatives
As extreme climate events grow in frequency, intensity and scale, Americans are becoming increasingly eager to contribute towards a greener and more sustainable future. However, while obvious lifestyle choices that aim to reduce personal and societal environmental impact, such as electric vehicles, are finding their way into the mainstream, many Americans are still not fully aware that they can take their green effort to a whole new level with sustainable living – the way they live can often have an impact on climate change beyond any other human activity. And as the race toward a greener future accelerates around the world, GeoSolar Technologies (“GST”) has attracted international attention with its proprietary SmartGreen(TM) Home system that allows Americans to take their environmental game up a notch (https://ibn.fm/y51I0). A SmartGreen(TM) Home enables sustainable living as a real game-changer for restoring ecological equilibrium as it helps homeowners heat, cool, and power their homes with 100% natural energy sources.
A recent article published in the UK’s West Wales Chronicle features GeoSolar as the innovative creator of the transformative SmartGreen(TM) home technology citing the Company as a startup run by some of the world’s brightest minds. And as the concept that can be retrofitted into existing homes as it can be deployed in newbuilds, goes beyond just solar panels, it can allow homeowners to cut costs and achieve savings.
But the benefits of solar go beyond net zero and cost saving. It also includes climate resiliency, a feature that will play an increasingly important role as the world copes with the realities of the climate crisis that amplifies the frequency and intensity of extreme climate events like heatwaves, droughts, wildfires, floods, and hurricanes. For example, when hurricane Ian raged through Florida earlier this year, one town stood out as a prime example of what renewable energy – and solar in particular – can do for the energy resiliency of entire communities. As the devastating storm uprooted trees and destroyed roofs, Babcock Ranch, the solar-powered town in Florida, proved that it could endure the rage of a near-Category 5 storm and keep its water, electricity and internet connection running thanks to its eco-friendly solar installations (https://ibn.fm/H0vqL). As utilities scrambled to restore power across the state, the city is now a safe refuge for some of Ian’s worst-affected victims and a great case study to show that when developers prioritize climate resilience, hurricane-proof houses, community spaces and entire cities can become a reality.
And the US appears poised to take the climate resilience game to the international level as President Biden announced additional efforts to support the implementation of his Emergency Plan for Adaptation and Resilience (PREPARE), which aims to help more than half a billion people around the world manage the devastating impacts of climate change. These initiatives reflect that a dollar invested in adaptation can result in $4-10 or more in benefits (https://ibn.fm/UjJJ9).
It’s becoming evident that when it comes to a greener future, there is much more we can do by making positive changes in our everyday lives. We can create buildings, community spaces and infrastructure to increase climate resilience and an electric grid resistant to storms, extreme heat, and flooding. As a company offering an end-to-end solution to build new homes or retrofit existing homes with leading energy-efficient technologies, GeoSolar remains dedicated to advancing green technology that contributes to sustainable living and empowers homeowners on their path toward energy independence.
With the past decade being the hottest in human history, we are witnessing that one in 100-year weather disasters now can happen as frequently as every few years (https://ibn.fm/ZQ7yt). In a state of crisis like this, the ability to prevent and cope with extreme climate events is becoming a necessity. As new homes are built and existing buildings and infrastructure are renewed or upgraded, climate resilience will increasingly be a priority. That’s where GeoSolar appears to be poised to step in to seize these promising market opportunities with its proprietary technology that helps American face the reality of climate-related shocks and stresses and live their climate-resilient living without compromising on convenience or cost efficiency.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.GeoSolarPlus.com.
NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to GeoSolar Technologies are available in the company’s newsroom at https://ibn.fm/GST
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