GoSun has seen incredible growth in the last few years, selling thousands of solar cookers, coolers, and lights (it hit $1.8 million in revenue in 2018 and keeps going up). But in order to reach its goal of growing the usage of zero-carbon cooking around the world by an order of magnitude, it wants to do more. That's when it got the idea to combine solar with crowdfunding.
Environmentally-conscious consumers can now help support the work of GoSun with minimum investment on a campaign with the crowdfunding site Start Engine campaign. GoSun represents a unique Investment option that combats climate change in a cleantech startup. So far, the company has received over $500,000 from 573 investors. The minimum investment amount is low enough to allow almost anyone to participate.
This unique approach to raising capital got the attention of Devin Thorpe, a contributor with Forbes. Here's what he says about GoSun's growth potential.
GoSun wants to impact climate change by adapting its technology to fit a growing number of tiny homes and make its cooking and cooling technology a central part of off-grid living. It also wants to make water purification technology that would be a part of its tiny home package.
In the year to come, GoSun will add lower-priced products to those customers who live in developing countries. It will meet the needs of that customer base using the same technology and the same expertise.
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