Abundant low-hanging fruit
EcoEarth Sharing the harvest of a ripe-for-disruption technology
“Antiquated uninspired technology
that preserves the past rather than innovates for the future
is usually ripe for disruption”
“Outmoded technology is retained
not because it’s the best way to do things for consumers,
but because it’s the best way to do things for a few entrenched business interests.
That’s an opportunity to give the world what it really needs.”
Adoption of Solar Thermal is intuitive, robust - yet under-developed
The global-wide paradox: while the world’s foremost countries are currently
validating solar thermal’s effective ability to significantly reduce the high costs,
enormous energy consumption and carbon pollution from heating water it is still extraordinarily constrained by the encumbrance of forty-year-old technology.
Solar water heating has a long-established theoretical functionality,
a well-proven global-wide solution for eco-friendly energy-and-cost savings.
Unfortunately American consumers know little of solar thermal’s benefits.
Europe and China are stealthily and extensively outpacing U.S. installs,
with China alone currently exceeding over 100gw of installed solar thermal;
America is scarcely breaking 3gw - slightly less than the country of Turkey.
“Ask any six-year-old in China, ‘What is solar thermal and what is it for?’
Without hesitation they will tell you: ‘Solar heaters are on the roofs
of all buildings to make very hot water without using any electricity.’ ”
- Hongzhi Cheng, Vice Secretary General,
Chinese Solar Thermal Industry Federations
Solar thermal adoption is expanding rapidly and instinctively world-wide;
now India is moving to the forefront with record 26% market growth in 2017,
growing by natural demand among the population - all subsidy-free.
EcoEarth’s low-tech cottage industry systems are so down-to-earth that
there is no requirement for specialized scientific-savvy, knowledge of flat-plate
functionality or deep engineering expertise - no proficiency in solar technology
is required for India’s consumers to evaluate and adopt - only common sense.