We Believe in Unity
So committing to sustaining existing and upcoming demands to improve our health, and quality of life while supporting the people who have dedicated years of their lives to making sure we can function at a high standard of living as opposed to blindly implementing a solution without considering its impact everywhere else makes more sense. In other words, the crisis humanity is facing today can only be solved if we take everyone into account, starting with the economic bottom population of the world.
In an economic climate such as this, people find themselves in a poverty trap. The higher expenditure on fuel means low wages which lead to theft of electricity. Stealing electricity is both dangerous and potentially fatal but causes damage to the grid and blackouts. These blackouts diminish the faith in the utility companies and the financial losses for the grid operator and the power provider that must be recovered somehow which further increases the overhead of business and the cost of living for all. To make ends meet, more crimes are committed out of desperation for survival until a riot occurs and the cycle of poverty continues. We break that cycle.
Businesses in developing regions and emerging markets spend about 50% of revenue on imported fuel. Fluctuations in import prices can and have caused major disruptions in all industries. The biggest concern for businesses in Latin American and the Caribbean region is access to finance. Without it businesses have a hard time making the much needed investments to grow. With such a significant portion of revenue going to fuel, companies cannot pay their workers fair wages which further limits accessibility to electricity for everyone as well as economic development in all sectors.
We now live in a hyper connected society where a college student can start a business and a few short years later, that business is a critical part of a country’s economy. Such is the case with AirBNB and the hundreds of countries they now operating in, bringing value - monetary value to the people using the service while benefiting to the American economy. On the flip side of that, dire situations in China and India could affect the production of wheat, which would in turn lead to higher cost of hamburgers, hotdogs, donuts, pizza, and chicken tenders. And the only way to prevent further damages from food, shortage to epidemics is by transitioning away from fossil fuels quickly, removing greenhouse gases (GHG) from the atmosphere and maybe even actively cooling the planet.
Our mission is to meet the global growing
energy & freshwater demand
no matter how many people live on our planet
Committed the having the greatest impact by conducting business in a way that addresses 13 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals 2030 of the United Nations Development Program starting with businesses in the Caribbean.
Teaching the hungry how to fish is great but only on the macro level. We need to get down to the details and make sure they also know how to and can make their own nets.
Promote Energy Independence
The solution is clear. All the sectors that are critical to a region’s economic well being needs to transition to 100% renewable electricity so that price fluctuations on oil does not cripple the country. But we don’t have enough time. If conventional renewable energy solutions could do it fast enough, it should have done it already but the bottleneck is storage.
This is a holistic problem that requires a solution that is compatible with the existing workforce, benign to the environment and can scale exponentially with minimal involvement from government bodies to ensure that all the socioeconomic issues associated with climate change are addressed in a way that once policies catch up and certain avenues such as subsidies and net metering. We’re the only ones (hopefully not for long) proposing a technology solution that does not have the storage bottleneck and a plan that is can do this in any region within our 45 degree latitude operating band.