Through a partnership with SUNRNR of Virginia, a local manufacturer of zero-emission, portable generators run by renewable energy, participants of NeuroRestorative Virginia have found a rewarding employment opportunity. For nearly a year, the participants have worked for SUNRNR each week, assembling the parts and inner workings of the generators that are then shipped to locations all over the world, providing energy sources in remote areas in places as far away as Australia.
The SUNRNRs are entirely produced in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley and work by storing energy made by solar panels or wind turbine to produce electricity to run lights, fans, computers, water pumps and other devices in an environmentally-friendly way. More here
When soaring oil prices sent prices at the pump spilling over $4 a gallon last summer, renewable energy suppliers such as Charlottesville’s Jason Ivey sensed Americans’ interest in long-ignored alternatives surging.