Given the amount of media attention surrounding EVs, or electric vehicles, it might be surprising to learn that virtually every automobile manufacturer is competing for only 3% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) — the measure used to determine the size and health of our economy. This means that if every EV competitor succeeds, it still leaves 97% of the economy behind. That’s hardly a revolution, and not even close to the transformation we need in order to achieve a resilient future.
Viridi’s mission is to power the other 97% of the GDP, providing zero-carbon energy for governments, infrastructure systems across the country, medical and academic institutions, industries of every kind, and commercial and residential built environments. As the only manufacturer of fail-safe lithium-ion battery technology that’s been approved for use in occupied spaces, Viridi is in a unique position to accomplish this.
Viridi’s products are fail-safe. Viridi’s products incorporate thermal-management technology developed by KULR Technology Group, Inc. (NYSE American: KULR), a company that has its origins in cooling solutions developed for NASA space missions. Fail-Safe technology means Viridi goes wherever energy is needed. Its battery system has been rigorously tested in extreme conditions and passed the safety threshold established by CSA, a leading independent testing body.
Viridi lithium-ion battery systems are ready now to power the 97%.