Bermuda Business to Watch:The Greenhouse Bermuda

by Chelsea Oliver 24th June 2015

Bermuda Business to Watch:The Greenhouse Bermuda

 

The time to protect our island's environment is now and The Greenhouse Bermuda is here to help you do your part! Specializing in sustainable solutions for energy generation and energy cost, the company was founded by Bermudian Michael Burke, previous owner-operator of Blue Water Divers, who has had a lifelong passion for the industry.

 

Based on the belief that the right technology is critical  to achieving sustainability, The Greenhouse is proud  to offer a concept line of transportation vehicles  suited to our unique environment. The line-up  includes scooters, urban mover battery assisted  bicycles, e-Moto assisted bicycles and 4-wheel  vehicles that could be used on Bermud’s roads. A wide  range of makes and models are depicted, from the E-  Max 90 scooter to the UM24 Urban Terrain Folding  Bike,Vantage private and commercial vans, UM44  Urban Sprite Hybrid and more. A great alternative to  gasoline-powered vehicles. their prices can't be beat.

 

The Greenhouse also offers super efficient LED lighting, which is both highly effective and available at low cost. Their product line includes traditionally shaped Shine 360 bulbs, MAX LED panel lighting, outdoor lighting and they can procure any LED lighting from small low voltage bulbs to sports field flood lights. Ideal for both residential and commercial, LED lights offer a long bulb life, many colour and angle options, low wattage and more. FREE energy audits are offered, please contact them for an appointment. 

 

The company's sustainable solutions include a wide range of additional energy savers. These include solar power options, OWL electricity monitors, Energy audits, Smart Strips, LED lighting and Kill-a-Watt electricity measuring devices. Home to eco-friendly gifts, fun items and food and drink as well, The Greenhouse also provides energy audits for homes and small businesses, allowing you to save on your energy bill (guaranteed)! 

 

What are your thoughts on Bermuda's eco-friendly industry and sustainable solutions? We'd love to hear all about it on Facebook or Twitter. To learn more about The Greenhouse, browse their website or Facebook Page or contact them today.

Posted by ChelseO
Wednesday, 24th June 2015, 02:35pm.
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