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Meeting a Need

SolarSnow Corporation will lead the world in providing low-to-no-energy-using air coolers and refrigeration for the five billion people facing rising temperatures and increasing energy prices.

Using proven technologies, SolarSnow coolers are closed looped systems so they require little or no attention. They have little or no photovoltaics because they use little or no electricity.

The sun's heat makes most of the cold. 

Patented portable SolarSnow models, the size of computer screens can be hung on the inside of closed windows "right out of the box" to provide gentle cooling for small sitting areas, cribs, kitchen tables, etc. Larger systems can sit on balconies, outside walls, roofs or the ground to cool apartments, homes, commercial and large industrial buildings, or even be used for refrigeration. 

The only moving part is the fan, so they cost less to make and if power is needed, they operate at a fraction the cost of conventional systems, so they pay for themselves repeatedly.

The Executive Team, mostly engineers who best understand the science, have invested their time and efforts to refine the technology in exchange for the opportunity to share in the company’s anticipated success.

Cooling has become the largest operational expense for most homes and buildings.

SolarSnow will join the handful of major names in the over $300 billion per year cooling industry as a green technology and as the first “low-to-no-energy-using” brand. 

SolarSnow systems do not expel heat into the environment like conventional air conditioners.

Combined with major energy savings, these unique features enhance positive public relations opportunities to attract attention and support to SolarSnow as a technology provider that contributes globally. 

Formed in 2005 following meetings with government agencies in Canada, Thailand and China, then incorporated in the Province of Alberta, Canada in 2009 after completing the first four years of research.

SolarSnow Corporation's manufacturing will be licensed to various companies and sold as 'SolarSnow by  ... whomever'.

Similarly, Kelvinator and Electrolux were/are manufactured by Westinghouse who covered the warranty and the Kenmore brand was manufactured and warrantied by GE and Bosch. 

Licensee profit-sharing and co-marketing opportunities exist.

Marketing of small portable units may begin with the easy-to-reach hot zones of the southern USA and southern and western Europe, with a combined population of 540 million seeking personal relief. Sales of the larger residential, commercial or industrial systems should begin in Asia, where businesses are known to be quick to adopt cost-saving opportunities.

Low-to-no-cost cooling” will have an audience.

     In the final stages of product development, the company is also building its management  and associate team, including a search for individuals or companies to manage or partner in Licensing, Distribution Rights and Carbon Credit opportunities.

      Research and design are ongoing in both Canada and Thailand, with testing conducted mostly in Asia, where the cooling challenge is greatest.

The current Thai-Canadian relationship represents a formidable opportunity:

      Calgary, headquarters of SolarSnow, has significant expertise in cooling technologies due to preferred year-round recreational activities requiring ice or snow. Host to the 1988 Winter Olympics, the Canadian city boasts some of the most sophisticated and efficient snow and ice-making systems in the world.

is the world's hottest major city based on average daily highs and is 5 hours by air to 60% of the world's population. Known for quality production, Thailand's 67 million people are the 4th largest exporters of appliances (USA 5th; Mexico 6th) and 2nd largest exporters of AC equipment (China 1st).


The Paradigm Shift:    
     SolarSnow is working to replace costly systems that make large amounts of cooling expensively, with low cost systems that make smaller amounts of cooling for free.

for further information:                 

Robert Quimby  +61-410-475-163                
Harold Finkleman  +1-403-244-8474