Toxins from diesel generators are known to contribute to cancer and premature death, and combined with other compounds in sunlight they form ozone, a potent trigger for asthma attacks and other health issues. What started as a purely environmental issue has quickly escalated into a public health and safety issue, and the verdict is in: generators need to go.
As NPR outlines in this article, the rising occurrence of natural disasters is often followed by a spike in deaths from carbon monoxide poisoning. After the legendary cold snap brought the State of Texas and it’s power grid to its knees in February 2021,at least 11 deaths were confirmed and more than 1,400 people sought care at emergency rooms and urgent care clinics for carbon monoxide poisoning during the weeklong outage.
Additionally, with California signing into law Assembly Bill 1346, which will effectively ban small gas-powered generators, the widespread transition to clean battery alternatives has begun.
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Crowned Early-Stage Innovation of the Year, winner of Camp BizSmart, recognized by Future in Review (FIRE) conference, and with featured articles in Forbes, GeekWire, and more, Joule Case is generating buzz and excitement across industries and platforms.
In the pipeline, a well-known, global, $3 trillion corporation is hoping to leverage Joule Case technology into its sales and distribution channels...
Users love how Joule Case batteries do everything a noisy, toxic generator can do, and do it refreshingly quietly, and sustainably.
Between decades of experience in battery technology, extremely successful exits, and multiple patents, Joule Case brings a highly curated team of experts and doers that are ready to scale.
When it comes to affordability, simplicity, energy capacity, and portability, we believe Joule Case is truly in a league of its own.
Joule Case has already raised over $2M from angel investors. Big names like LIVE Nation,, PG&E, Insomniac, CORT, and PGA are waiting eagerly in the pipeline, and an ambitious vision for the future includes batteries that power everything from Burning Man to your neighborhood food truck, as well as everyday items like refrigerators, air conditioning, lights, and laptops.
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