Greenstorc is a dynamic renewable energy startup with big ambitions. Already, we are working with technology partners and entrepreneurs in five continents who share our optimistic vision of a clean energy future for everyone. They include financial, social and industry partners who believe in finding creative, cost-effective solutions to soaring global energy demands. We welcome enquiries from entrepreneurs with a genuine interest in social, economic and technological progress. After all, that’s the way we change the world.
Greenstorc aims to bring affordable green energy to all – 24 hours a day. We want to power up communities which have never before had access to electricity. Greenstorc itself is a global community that believes in power being made where it is used, where this is possible. We seek to eliminate waste, recycle resources and work towards eliminating global carbon emissions from power generation.
While Greenstorc embraces profit, we also want to leave communities in better shape than we found them. This means making a genuine difference. We won’t be extractors, takers or users. Instead, we offer communities of every size, setting and culture the chance to take control of their own future through a range of green microgrid and grid-connected electricity-generating solutions.
Greenstorc enjoys strong partnerships with industry leaders and companies at the top of their game. We want to go on building industry, business, national, regional and global relationships to ensure we, too, stay at the top of our game. We are always seeking new partners who share our dedication to sustainable global growth, transfer of knowledge and expertise, and helping communities help themselves.
We applaud the full range of green, sustainable power solutions. We are not the entire answer but our technology is a critical piece of the puzzle – a piece which has been missing so far. This piece supplies zero emissions energy 24 hours a day, pretty much anywhere in the world, using flexible heat sources. Our technology boosts the efficiency of solar farms and existing fossil fuel power plants.