Renewable Energy and Solar Utilities
Green Stream Holdings Inc. (OTC PINK: GSFI) an emerging leader in the solar utility and finance space, announces what it believes to be a new era for Renewable Energy and its Solar Utilities/Financing model as Joe Biden has become the 46th President of the United States.
Biden’s agenda is to transition the U.S. from an economy reliant on fossil fuels to one driven by wind, solar and other renewable-energy sources. The shift from fossil-fuel companies to renewable-energy firms accelerated during the Trump administration, despite the president’s vows to support the U.S. coal and petroleum industries.
Big and small investors have moved their assets away from fossil-fuel producers and toward renewable energy companies. Big investors like BlackRock Inc., the world’s largest asset manager, overseeing $7.8 trillion, have said they plan to take into account corporations’ disclosures of environmental risks, including carbon footprints.
According to Wells Fargo senior market strategist Scott Wren, “Since the start of the year, cyclicals have outperformed, with energy gaining the most, up 15%, helped by higher oil prices. Financials were up 5.1%, and materials were up 4.4%.”
“All of these cyclicals stocks have moved in advance of what we think will be a higher rate move. Rates have moved up to support that idea,” Wilson said. “We think they could go up quite a bit more over the course of the next several months.”
As well, The iShares Global Clean Energy ETF, which tracks S&P Global’s index of clean energy companies around the world, has risen by nearly 30% since July 2020. The fund’s assets under management swelled to $1.2 billion from $431 million at the start of the year.
GSFI is encouraged by the increased opportunity Biden’s new agenda could mean for companies like Green Stream Holdings. “We believe we are at the dawn of a new era for renewable energy and, in turn, an increased access to market with ability to expedite shareholder value as we cultivate new opportunities alongside our current projects in New York, including:
- 160 Imlay street. Brooklyn Ny
- 8012 Tonelle Ave; North Bergen, NJ
- 44 Victory Blvd; Staten Island, NY
- 111 Station Road; Bellport, NY
- 15-17 Sherwood Ave – Yonkers Proposal
- 4290 Austin Blvd; Island Park, NY
“We have recently moved our headquarters to a functional work/living space which belongs to our flagship project at 160 Imlay Street in Brooklyn, New York, where our utility/financing model can be seen in action as we continue to develop opportunities in the NE United States and beyond.”
Today the critical infrastructure and technology lacking in Hospitals, Public and Private Schools, Agriculture, Industry, Factories, Farms, Churches, Urban communities, in rural communities, Carports for Vehicles is the electrical grid. These are critical components that are in urgent demand. The companies behind them depend on us to help solve some of the toughest power management challenges. At Green Stream Finance Inc., Our company is dedicated to improving the lives of the community and, most importantly, the survival of our planet.
We plan to implement our mission by using our trademark design and groundbreaking technology, which are made entirely by constructed seamless solar panels. They are customized solar panel greenhouse glass in red. The red remove the green light and increases the ratio from red to blue light and optimizes the plant’s growth by 94%.
The prodigy behind this groundbreaking design is Anthony Morali. Mr. Morali is the founder of Morali Architects and Renewable Energy Development (R.E.D.). Mr. Morali has been a member and volunteered with the Mayor’s advisory zoning council Community Board 5. He continues to be on the Society of American Registered Architects from 1995 to current. Mr. Morali has been the director of the United National International Renewable Energy Sector from 2007 to today. Mr. Morali has received several awards, including the successful zoning and landmark development. Additionally, the Distinguished Service Award for his commitment to Green zoning.
The photovoltaic application that incorporated the benefits of thin-film photovoltaics with Mr. Morali is a New York native. He graduated from Pratt Institute in 1981. Before Mr. Morali creating his firm, he apprenticed under Nationally renowned architects, Anthony S. Diproperzia and Persich Gaiacopelli. Both designed the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn & QUEENS are just a few.
Green Stream Finance, Inc., a Wyoming-based corporation with satellite offices in Malibu, CA and New York, NY, is focused on exploiting currently unmet markets in the solar energy space, and is currently licensed in California, Nevada, Arizona, Washington, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Colorado, Hawaii. The Company’s next-generation solar greenhouses, constructed and managed by Green Rain Solar, LLC, a Nevada-based division of the Company utilize proprietary greenhouse technology and trademarked design developed by world-renowned architect Anthony Morali. Using customized red greenhouse glass and seamless solar panels.
The Company is targeting 50,000 to 100,000 square feet of rooftop space in the near term on which it will install solar panels in New York City where the Company is uniquely positioned to capitalize on community solar energy incentives and exorbitant electricity costs have. Revenues through direct sales to building owners are expected to generate a 15 to 20 percent return over 20 years on these community solar projects. In other under-served and growing markets, Green Stream engages customers through simple leasing agreements of solar infrastructure, next-generation batteries, and PPAs (Purchase Power Agreements). Typically, the Company retains 80% of the customer’s savings, which are substantial.
Commitment to both growth of solar power and increasing value for its company shareholders, Green Stream is looking to forge key partnership with major investment groups, brokers, and private investors in order to capitalize on a variety of unique investment opportunities in the commercial solar energy markets. The Company is dedicated to becoming a major player in this critical space.
Green Stream Finance, Inc. projects a net 8 percent cash on cash invested in leases and an additional average of 5 percent in fees for commercial projects. During the first year, the Company plans to place over $5,000,000 into the financing of Power Purchase Agreements with nonprofit and municipal organizations with a 12% return on investment by the sale of power to many school buildings in large districts in New York City, several of which have already expressed an interest in working with the Company.
SOLAR UTILITY COMPANY
Green Stream Holdings Inc. is targeting 50,000 to 100,000 square feet of rooftop space in the near term on which it will install solar panels in New York City. The Company positioned to capitalize on community solar energy incentives, and expensive electricity costs have.
Revenues through direct sales to building owners are expected to generate a 15 to 20 percent return over 20 years on these solar community projects. In other under-served and growing markets, Green Stream engages customers through simple leasing agreements of solar infrastructure, next-generation batteries, and PPAs (Purchase Power Agreements). Typically, the Company retains 80% of the customer’s substantial savings.
By committing to both growth of solar power and increasing value for its company shareholders, Green Stream is looking to forge key partnerships with major investment groups, brokers, and private investors to capitalize on a variety of unique investment opportunities in the commercial solar energy markets. The Company is dedicated to becoming a significant player in this critical space.
Green Stream Finance, Inc. projects a net 8 percent cash on cash invested in leases and an additional 5 percent in fees for commercial projects. During the first year, the Company plans to place over $5,000,000 into the financing of Power Purchase Agreements with nonprofit and municipal organizations with a 12% return on investment by the sale of power to many school buildings in large districts in New York City, several of which have already expressed an interest in working with the Company.
WE ARE A SOLAR ENERGY UTILITY COMPANY
Perhaps due to our close collaboration with world renowned architect, Antony Morali our partner, Morali Architects, some have assumed that we are in the solar energy installation business. But this is not so. Our niche is not competing with installers. Like household names PG&E of California or Consolidated Edison of New York, we are providing energy for the power grid. Our niche is differentiated in that we target high cost energy urban locations around the nation with effective, sustainable solar power generation. The sun shines on the rooftops of New York City just like it does every else. Without our solar energy collection systems, that energy becomes a wasted resource. With our systems in place that sunlight generates cost effective power that can be plugged into the grid as a viable business model. Speaking of rooftops, that flows naturally into the second concept.
WE OWN THE ROOFTOPS
We are not competing in the race to buy up land for solar panel installation. As we are targeting high energy cost urban areas we overlay our footprint on another potentially wasted resource hiding in plain site in cities across the nation: empty rooftops, overpasses, and canopies. The proprietors of the facility receive lease payments as compensation for system install and collection of solar energy. Everyone wins: money comes into the community as an overlooked product of urban sprawl becomes productive. The community gains access to cost effective clean, green energy. Elegantly designed solar energy collection architecture is introduced to the public face of the city, and revenues are generated creating value for our shareholders and partners. And the win/win paradigm continues with the final concept.
WE ARE ENDING FOOD DESERTS
In inner cities across the USA a silent public health scourge stalks children and families living in urban sprawl and the scourge is this: lack of access to locally sourced, fresh, organically grown produce. Our Solar Greenhouses takes under utilized space and turns them into sustainable inner city farms, harnessing collected solar energy and runoff water to become an oasis for healthy produce to be reintroduced into urban deserts and improve the health and well being of the community.” Madeline Cammarata, Founder of Green Stream Holdings, explained, “I am thrilled to highlight to our shareholders the continually refined focus of Green Stream on our unique, niche, business paradigm: the Community Solar Project. The Community Solar Project is an elegantly simple solution to basic renewable energy and sustainability challenges faced by high energy cost urban areas around the nation.