- Irregular weather and climate patterns reported to be caused by excess atmospheric carbon
- Net-Zero refers to atmospheric state where carbon added to atmosphere is less than carbon removed, concept emerged at 2015 UN Climate Change Conference
- GeoSolar’s Smart Green™ systems use solar panels and geothermal ground loops to generate power from renewable sources, enables residents and businesses to achieve Net-Zero ahead of government targets
- Company recently qualified by SEC to conduct Regulation A+ capital raise, plans to file for OTCQB listing
Rising temperatures, fierce storms, colder winters, and other irregular weather patterns are prompting citizens, businesses, and governments to take action that balances carbon dioxide (“CO2”) in the atmosphere. Referred to as “Net-Zero”, this ambitious goal aims to achieve carbon neutrality by limiting CO2-releasing activities associated with manufacturing, transportation, agriculture, and energy production.
GeoSolar Technologies (“GST”), a Colorado-based climate technology company, empowers residents and businesses to achieve Net-Zero with its Smart Green™ systems that leverage the power of the sun and earth to heat and cool buildings, charge electric vehicles, and run electric appliances. Smart Green™ systems also purify the air to maintain quality control standards while reducing or eliminating carbon emissions and maximizing energy efficiency.
Achieving “Net-Zero” refers to the balance achieved when the amount of carbon added to the atmosphere is no more than the amount removed. The concept first emerged at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in 2015, where nearly 200 countries signed a legally binding treaty called the Paris Agreement that aims to limit the impact of greenhouse gas emissions (https://ibn.fm/Cevp9).
GeoSolar enables residents and businesses to achieve Net-Zero ahead of government targets by revolutionizing how we generate and use power in our homes and commercial businesses. The company’s patent pending Smart Green™ system taps into the power of the earth and sun through solar panels and geothermal ground loops and disperses that energy to power heating and cooling systems, run appliances, and charge electric vehicles. GST also aims to improve efficiency by tightening the building envelope, and upgrading insulation, windows, and lighting systems.
GST systems can be built into new construction or retrofitted to existing buildings in a few weeks, enabling property owners to reduce or eliminate utility bills and cut CO2 emissions by up to 8 tons per year (https://ibn.fm/638Z0). With a successful track record in multiple test buildings across Colorado, the company aims to market Smart Green™ to 120 million homes across the United States.
GeoSolar was recently qualified by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to conduct a Regulation A+ capital raise, allowing participants to invest in the company’s patent-pending technology for as little as $300 (https://ibn.fm/ovpkG).
For more information on GeoSolar’s Regulation A+ capital raise, please visit https://www.manhattanstreetcapital.com/geosolar-technologies-inc.
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