Recently, Envision Solar International a prominent company engaged in solar power planning, designing and construction of eco friendly energy systems was in the public eye due to its commendation as a green company by the New York Times and the Greentech Media for its ingenious solar products.
The Solar Grove, a proposal to develop solar power from car ports formulated by Robert Noble, CEO of Envision Solar featured in the New York Times, was lauded as ground-breaking. Earlier Envision Solar implemented a full-fledged Solar Grove model at Kyocera’s headquarters in San Diego. Currently establishments such as University of California San Diego and Dell employ it with the existing integrated solar-to-electric vehicle charging positions.
The Greentech Media’s Solar Channel published an article by Noble underlining the need for solar parking lots and. also highlighted the fine points provided by Noble on LifeVillage,. LifeVillage consists of a file of pre engineered edifices mounted effortlessly anywhere in emergency and comes with a power generating capability up to 50 kW,and can encompass places that do not have grid connectivity, providing power supply to mobile telecom centers, clean water technology, emergency medical centers and others.