Ozop Energy, the leading manufacturer and distributor of renewable energy products, released a statement in which it says it is moving confidently into 2022, as the passing of the $1 trillion infrastructure bill will strongly benefit its business.
The passing of the bill is indeed a milestone for the US industry; it is one of the most important government packages ever passed, as it includes the largest investment in clean energy transmission and the grid in American history.
Moreover, the legislation will help build thousands of miles of new transmission lines to facilitate the expansion of renewables; while lowering costs. President Joe Biden hailed it as a “once-in-a-generation” bill that “will make historic and significant strides that take on the climate crisis.”
Furthermore, Ozop Energy will benefit from the bill as the company has several energy-related verticals. Particularly, its distribution of solar components venture, Ozop Energy Systems, based in California, will accelerate its commercial footprint. It will deliver 200 commercial and residential integrators to accelerate the US’ transition to a zero-emission economy.
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Ozop Energy to continue its innovations facing 2022
In fact, back in April, this business received its initial order for a microgrid generator system; a first-of-its-kind near net-zero microgrid to be installed within a building located at 7250 Parkway Drive, Hanover Maryland.
In addition, the bill also features strong investments regarding electric vehicle charging solutions. Ozop energy is also a leader in the matter. Ozop’s Neo Grid, a patent-pending development, will help solve the needs for off-grid charging with the increasing demand for EVs across the nation.
Finally, about the matter, Brian Conway, CEO of Ozop Energy Solutions, Inc., said. “OZOP continues to develop new designs and engineer new solutions for all available markets. With the passing of the Trillion Dollar Bill, OZOP couldn’t be more excited for the opportunities opening to us.”