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Larry@Sunconomy.com
Larry@Sunconomy.com
5/23/2017 9:40:31 AM
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3D Printed Houses
I am interested in connecting to companies that want to be part of sustainable community development. The 3D printed housing industry is just getting started and instead of building houses that decay, can't stand up to storms or earthquakes, need constant maintenance or lack energy efficiency, I would like to bring 3D printing to Africa. This won't happen on its own.

I need partners in:
  • IoT for homes and communities
  • renewable energy systems and micro-grid with energy storage
  • geopolymer concrete manufacturing using our patented technology
  • construction companies willing to be able to build a new kind of house done in a day
  • financial companies willing to fund housing and community development
  • architects and engineers willing to create beautiful housing that will last for centuries
  • land owners that want to partner to develop and sell their land to home buyers and businesses that will create wealth for all parties
  • People that can navigate around corrupt politicians (no bribes allowed)

Please contact me through my web site at Sunconomy.com if you are able to contribute in a meaningful way to one of the areas above.

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