The Energy iGEM is specifically designed to lower your electric bill while reducing your carbon footprint. The Energy iGEM offers the latest technology and is manufactured by GOES. Our residential Energy iGEM is hard wired into a residence main electrical panel by a licensed electrician. The Energy iGEM is a universal size and fully automated. The Energy iGEM will adjust to meet the electrical needs of the home as the load fluctuates.
GOES is revolutionizing the solar industry with patented technology that offers industry leading aesthetics as well as the highest efficiency panels in the industry. GOES product is monolithically integrated and not made from individual cells. This enables streamlined high-yield production, flexibility in product design, and superior reliability.
The Misting iGEM is an inventive and proven method of further reducing your energy bills by attacking the energy consuming central air conditioning system. The Misting iGEM sprays purified clean water on the internal coils of the outside unit. This creates a shield of cool air surrounding the coils resulting in cool air being drawn into your AC unit. The spray is administered during peak usage times and calibrated to spray in accordance with your energy usage.
The GOS iGEM removes solid, liquid, and gaseous contaminants through purification by re-refining engine oil down to one micron size particles; eliminating oil changes up to 100,000 miles or 6,000 engine hours. According to the Society of Automotive Engineers, the GOS iGEM’s filtration system is 9,600% better than standard filters which results in longer engine life and increased fuel mileage. Quick installation reduces costs and down time.
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