Indiegogo - VERD2GO LAUNCHES ALL-NEW BATTERY-BASED, VEHICLE-INTEGRATED, RENEWABLE HOME POWER SOLUTION CAMPAIGN ON INDIEGOGO

Docking station and individual battery units can be added to any vehicle and instantly increase range of miles and virtually eliminate charging time

KANSAS CITY, MO, October, 13, 2015—Verd2GO, a revolutionary new clean energy start-up, has invented a portable, patent-pending, nano-battery technology that will change the way people collect, store and share energy, as well as power their vehicles and homes on-demand. Typical power plants are outdated, struggling with off-peak power and on-peak demand. Verd2GO's solution increases energy independence by reducing reliance on coal, gas, and oil consumption from dirty-energy sources.


"With our network of kiosks, people can utilize renewable energy to power their cars, homes, and devices on demand," says Sunny Sanwar, the inventor of Verd2GO. "Our system decentralizes energy and treats it as a product that consumers can take when needed. Our mobile app allows users to control their Verd2GO batteries remotely, monitor the lives of their batteries, their personal emissions and find kiosk locations no matter where they travel. Consumers can even make money selling back their unused energy. Much the way the DVR changed people's relationship with their television, Verd2GO will change people's relationship with energy. Verd2GO allows us to address energy issues today, as opposed to waiting years for more efficient solar cell, or novel battery technology to hit the market."

The campaign launched recently on Indiegogo:
http://igg.me/at/verd2go/x/11681807

Instead of having to charge their cars for hours, drivers can swap depleted batteries for fully charged ones, extending their electric vehicle's range. Batteries will be available from 24/7 self-service kiosks which doubles as energy storage units - charging during off-peak times of unused and cheap energy, or storing excess green solar or wind power. During demand times, these kiosks manage peak demand charges and also provide ancillary support for the local power grid.

The Verd2GO system brings clean energy to multiple aspects of everyday people's lives. All vehicles can become a hybrid and utilize battery power. Docking stations allow people to power their house with rented renewable energy without installing expensive panels on their home. And charging electronic devices, at home or on the go, can be done with Verd2GO clean energy.

For more information visit: www.verd2go.com

About Verd2GO:
Verd2GO, a clean technology startup invented a way to reduce coal and gas needs from power plants, while also reducing oil consumption in transportation - the predominant sources of greenhouse gases. They created a rechargeable and detachable module, which sits in energy storage "kiosks" that could be used by users like a Redbox, but the modules could be placed in their cars to reduce gas consumption, or in their homes to reduce power consumption.

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