As of early October it has been estimated that Hurricane Ian has caused billions of dollars in damage, uprooting the lives of many Floridians.
According to sources such asReuters, insurance agencies anticipate that Florida as a whole has experienced between $42 billion and $57 billion in damages and losses.
Geneverse has taken initiative in this time of rebuilding and transition – we headed over to Florida to provide aid and assistance to Americans who need it the most right now.
Our Social Responsibility
When it’s time to help, Geneverse springs into action. Not only do we task ourselves with providing products that help our customers achieve energy independence during emergencies and everyday life, we also make sure to put forth as much effort that is in our power to provide assistance in areas of need.
Floridians are struggling right now, and it has been a privilege to be able to provide a source of stability to those who are going through trials and tribulations. Geneverse is always here to provide solutions that help support and strengthen the communities we are able to reach.
Bringing Energy Independence to Hurricane Ian Victims
Geneverse was able to donate solar generators to a number of Hurricane Ian victims, which comes right in time for those looking to power crucial appliances, electronics, and medical devices during these uncertain times.
Having a Geneverse during an emergency or a natural disaster empowers individuals with agency during times of helplessness and hopelessness. It was rewarding for us to be able to give freely to Hurricane Ian victims, but what was most satisfying was seeing the look of relief for so many Floridians.
Geneverse products provide reliable and renewable power in a conveniently portable package. Our products can be charged on the fly and taken on the go. To many Floridians, our solar generators are just what the doctor ordered.
Preparing for the Next Emergency/Natural Disaster
It can be challenging to properly prepare for any sort of emergency or natural disaster. In many cases, it takes going through such unforeseen circumstances to properly know how to navigate through them.
However, we take it upon ourselves to educate our customers and readership in an effort to set up as many households as possible for success.
It’s important to make a plan, no matter what region of the country you live in. Having an emergency first aid kit as well as plenty of water and provisions set aside in a safe place will help ensure you never get caught off guard.
Paying attention to local weather experts is also tremendously important for properly protecting yourself from severe weather conditions and natural disasters.
If you’re new to a given area or region, it’s a good idea to pay attention to what seasoned locals are doing during times of emergency. Have conversations with people who have been through this sort of adversity before in order to glean valuable information.
Lastly, make sure to invest in reliable backup power solutions. Gas generators might be handy in some scenarios, but a solar generator is far more versatile. Geneverse generators can be used indoors and outdoors. You can charge your Geneverse solar generator in the sunlight, from your vehicle, or from any usable wall outlet.
There’s Never Been a Better Time to Own a Geneverse
It’s important not to wait until disaster strikes to make your move. Pick up a Geneverse solar generator today to stay prepared for whatever comes. Our products are reliable, renewable, and ready to work for you.
About Geneverse: Geneverse is the most reliable source of emergency backup power for your home and community. From the HomePower ONE power station providing portable access to electricity, to the SolarPower ONE as a source for recharging, never be disconnected from what matters most to you. Choose the size of Solar Generator perfect for you and your family. Learn more about how Geneverse and its industry-leading 5-year limited warranty can bring protection and security to your family on our website. Never face a power outage alone with a backup battery generator and solar panel from Geneverse.