As consumers are turning to pre-fabricated homes in an effort to decrease costs, adhere to schedules, and be customized to fit their desires, one company has set itself apart: Dvele. The brand boasts luxurious pre-fabricated homes that not only offer expectational quality but also recently announced that all of its homes will now be completely self-powered.
The luxury self-powered homes were born from a need to provide a comprehensive solution to climate change worries while ensuring the homes are grid resilience. As noted by Dvele Co-Founder and CEO, Kurt Goodjohn, “By combining our home efficiency with our solar power and a battery backup system, we’re providing a comprehensive solution that not only fully addresses climate change, but also reduces the risks associated with an antiquated power grid that will take many years and billions of dollars to fix."
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Dvele Announced That All Home Will Be Completely Self-Powered
1. Self-powered Pre-fabricated Homes - The trend towards luxurious, self-powered pre-fabricated homes presents an opportunity for companies to develop innovative, sustainable building materials and technologies.
2. Sustainable Energy Solutions - The increased demand for completely self-powered homes creates a disruptive innovation opportunity for companies developing sustainable energy storage and management solutions.
3. Climate Change Mitigation in Construction - The trend towards self-powered homes highlights the need for companies to develop innovative and sustainable building practices to mitigate the negative impact of construction on the environment.
1. Green Energy - Green energy companies can capitalize on the trend of self-powered homes by developing efficient and cost-effective solar and battery storage solutions.
2. Pre-fabricated Housing - Pre-fabricated housing companies can differentiate themselves in the market by offering luxurious, self-powered homes that minimize environmental impact during construction and use.
3. Construction - Innovative construction companies can develop sustainable building materials and technologies to meet the growing demand for self-powered, eco-friendly homes.