Forest Fire Technology

Disappearing Acres

Every year over 50,000 Wildfires occur in the United States burning millions of acres of trees. 3 decades ago, an average of 3 million acres of forests were burned per year. Today, that number is over 7 million acres. The loss of life and the financial impacts of forest fires has also risen dramatically during this time period. The continuing effects of global warming exacerbate this destructive force.

Patented Technology

Our patented Canopy Technology works based on the redirection and capture of the earth’s sun light. Our technology aims to reduce the amount of sunlight that directly warms the ice sheets by applying a series of aluminum derivative canopies over them, thereby achieving the dual goals of capturing the sun’s energy and diverting its power away from the weakening ice.