Solar and Battery Storage Powering a Puerto Rican Home/Office – with Eofire Founder John Lee Dumas

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Ron Kamen

Ron Kamen has decades of expertise & leadership in catalyzing exponential change in sustainable energy adoption with governments, non-profits, and businesses.

Quantum Quote: “I like being self-sufficient. I like being off the grid.”

Are you someone who aims to be living off the grid and be self-sufficient?

Do you promote a lifestyle that encourages less pollution, better health, as well as cost-effectiveness?

On today’s show, we interview John Lee Dumas or JLD – the multi-millionaire founder and host of the incredibly successful podcast, Entrepreneurs on Fire. After interviews with 2600 of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs, EOfire now averages more than 1 million unique downloads every month and generates a 74% profit margin on over $2 million dollars of annual revenue. 

JLD lives and works out of his 5600 sq.foot home in Puerto Rico. He installed solar, batteries, and air source heat pumps to provide virtually all of his electricity and air conditioning and to carry him through the island’s extreme weather events and frequent power failures. With zero government grants and no tax incentives, JLD still realized a 12% annual return on his clean energy investment. Get ready to hear JLD’s inspirational story and energize.

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Supernova 1:  “I moved to clean energy for a lot of reasons. It was the right thing to do. I just didn’t want to contribute to dirty energy.”

Supernova 2:   “I love the fact that I’m investing my money that I’m earning as an entrepreneur into programs that are going to make Puerto Rico –  not to mention the world  -a better place.”

Supernova 3[What the next clean energy step for JLD?] “One thing that we’re doing next is I’m putting a 1000 gallon water receptacle right in my side yard.  to catch rainwater. And so we’re going to utilize all of the rainwater to water our garden and our plants.  We might even pipe it in and start using it for showers and drinking, using UV light filtration and things like that.”

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