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Who We Are  
Heating accounts for half of the world's energy consumption


Our Mission:

To develop communities of Zero Carbon Emission buildings

Our Vision:

Providing heat without a carbon footprint

Need for Solar Thermal Energy:

The amount of thermal energy used in buildings is two times higher than the amount of electricity consumed by the buildings. Photovoltaic collectors (PV) are not efficient enough to provide energy for heating of our buildings. The only viable option is solar thermal technology with seasonal storage of thermal energy.





Statistics: we need 60% of energy as heat


Dr. Robert Boehm

Robert Boehm, Ph.D., P.E

Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Nevada. Director of Energy Research Center, University of Nevada.

Dr. Jan Olszewski

Jan Olszewski, Ph.D.

Mathematician, active member of The New York Academy of Sciences, specializing in computer simulations.

Dr. Sachin Deshmukh

Sachin Deshmukh, Ph.D.

Mechanical Engineer, specializing in fields of thermodynamics, heat transfer, and fluid mechanics.

Dr. Ehsan Shafia

Ehsan Shafia, Ph.D.

Materials Science and Engineering, specializing in nanomaterials for energy and environmental applications.



John Swift

John Swift, M.Sc., B.Eng., PMP

President and CEO

Master of Science in Environmental Engineering and B.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering. Accountable for innovation and technology development.

Craig Hughes

Craig Hughes

Business Development Manager

20 plus years of Sales Management and Marketing, exceptional in customer service and retention.

Percival Alexander

Percival Alexander

Business Development Manager - Caribbean

30 years with extensive management experience and sales expertise. Accountable for building strategic capability across the Caribbean.

Patrick Wspanialy

Patrick Wspanialy

Web Applications Architect

Electrical engineering PhD student at the University of Guelph specializing in computer vision, machine learning, and human-computer interaction.

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