Disrupting the world of snowmaking

with solutions that enable ski resorts to reduce energy costs

by 30% - 50% and their carbon footprint by potentially more than 80% 

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Featured on Bloomberg TV's Advancements with Ted Danson

Ignorance was Bliss

The average ski resort uses enough energy to power a small town, just to make snow. 

Pumping

Currently, snowguns use water pumped from distant lakes and rivers, then UP the mountain

Pumping can represent up to 67% of a ski resort's total energy usage

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Image by ETA+

CO2 Emissions

Energy used to pump this water emits CO2, which directly contributes to global warming

A Truck LOAD

A medium size ski resort's

snowmaking system pumps approximately

2,000 gallons per minute

That's the equivalent of a tanker

truck full of water driving up a mountain every

6 minutes

Image by Erik Mclean

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