Renewable Energy Gives Power to Storm-prone Regions

Chicago, Illinois and San Mateo, California [] National Storm Management and Mythos Solar Energy signed an agreement to deliver renewable energy solutions to new and existing National Storm clients in Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri and Ohio, as well as to other storm-prone regions of the U.S. in an attempt to alleviate injury caused by energy-stranded storm victims turning to portable generators.

“According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), there have been at least 274 deaths since 1990 related to portable generator use including incidents of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning from engine exhaust, electric shock or electrocution, and fire,” said Terry Kiefer, chief executive officer of National Storm Management, Inc., a national construction company that specializes in commercial and residential storm restoration and repair services for hurricane, hail, and wind damage. “Now, through our partnership with Mythos Solar Energy, we can offer our commercial and residential customers safe, reliable and cost effective alternative energy solutions that deliver a return-on-investment well beyond hurricane season,” said Kiefer. “Our intelligent battery backup solutions provide 10 kilowatt hours of clean and silent emergency backup power for critical loads so you can remain in the safety of your home,” said Laura E. Linser, chief executive officer, Mythos Solar Energy, Inc. The solar electric and wind energy systems are said to help businesses and consumers struggling during major power outages. “This alliance with National Storm Management provides Mythos Solar Energy with access to end users in the storm prone Midwest and Deep South,” Linser added.
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