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We believe our DIY solar kits produce 5-10x the output of traditional battery-based portable solar energy systems. Easy to install and no batteries needed - we’ve found our kits to be more cost effective and sustainable than gas generators.
Our initial target market will be the $4.68 Billion small generator industry, as California is in the process of banning the use of <25hp gas engines by 2024. From there, Vroom Solar has the potential to grow into other remote energy needs, like EV charging.
From job sites, to disaster relief, to homeland security - Vroom Solar believes the need for mobile solar energy is more prevalent now than ever. That’s why our founder has taken his expertise in solar technology, and created a kit specifically designed to address these needs, and help those trying to accomplish DIY solar load management.
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Vroom Solar DIY mobile solar energy kits utilize a simple plug-and-play control center with innovative load management technology. Backed by a team with backgrounds in solar, electrical, and marketing sectors - our founder/ CEO Luke Phelps is a serial entrepreneur who founded similar companies like Red Barn Solar and PVpallet, Inc. The Vroom Solar trademark is filed and complete and has a working prototype and POC. With two filed patents, we are now in the process of partnering with corporations like EV alliance and BayWa.r.e.
At Vroom Solar, our packaged solar kits are as simple as you can possibly make solar, all while being portable. Our kits are solar-direct, no batteries needed.
Solar-direct means true solar-to-usable power with no connection to a grid or battery system to manage influxes in power. Our patent-pending load management technology manages those influxes.
Adaptable to cargo containers, box trucks, trailers and more - our off-grid, DIY kits are complete with patent-pending adjustable mounting and install in about two hours. There is zero maintenance and no hardwiring, programming, or moving parts. Simply plug and play, all thanks to the power of the sun.
The Problem & Our Solution
Vroom Solar DIY kits offer all the benefits of solar without expenses and short-falls of batteries. Designed for remote situations - we’ve found that our kits produce 5 - 10x the output of traditional, battery-based portable solar energy systems.
Our kits directly convert solar into usable outlets. Along with being more cost effective and sustainable than gas generators - we’ve also found that they cost less than residential solar per watt installed.
Installation is simple: 2 people, 2 tools, 2 ladders, 2 hours. Our kits also adapt to equipment already owned by customers.
Our revenue will initially come from distribution partners and direct sales. After developing sales territories, we plan on growing into B2B sales, and developing future models to incorporate EV charging and different sized kits.
The Market & Our Traction
We think we have an alternative solution to our initial target market - the $4.68 billion small generator sector (source). In 2024, small gas engines under 25hp will be banned from selling in California - giving us a leg up with our competition, in our view. With the application ability for EV charging, we believe there’s really nothing on the market like Vroom Solar.
Led by our CEO who’s founded other solar companies, our combined team has years of experience in business, manufacturing, and the solar sector. We've filed our utility patents, finalized our trademark and IP, and are now working on additional patents around EV solutions.
We're partnering with Pivot International for our control center engineering, Advanced Racking to build racking components, and developing partnerships with EV Alliance and global distribution companies like BayWa.r.e.
We have big plans in 2023. Our Pro Forma projects us moving from commercialization to our first revenue of 800 kits by the end of the year. Also, we've been invited to speak at the Natural Disaster Expo in Miami, where we'll publicly unveil our product for the first time and begin taking pre-orders.
Our vision for Vroom Solar is to be a contractor-known name for solar generators. We have a goal of selling 4000-5000 kits by 2024, the gross profit from these units sold would equal our current valuation.
We believe we have a scalable model, because our kits are one-size fits many applications and our efficient packaging solution allows 104 kits to ship in one semi-truck. We’re already receiving large order requests from construction companies and support letters from solar distribution companies, and have multiple sales channels. After 2 ½ years of development, we have two products and strategies, and are developing varying sized kits and solutions for more revenue streams.
Lastly, we have plans to launch a Vroom Solar Foundation, with the goal to give away 1 in 25 kits to disaster relief, schools, or non-profits. We believe this program will open up new sales markets for our product and make Vroom Solar a fun company to work for.
With the help of this raise, we want to build additional prototypes, and enhance our control center engineering, aluminum extrusion engineering, and staffing. Join us on our mission to develop new energy solutions for everyday consumers, independent of large grid structures. Invest in Vroom Solar today!
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