A Carbon Neutral Home You Can Email

October 15th, 2015|

Students have always been phenomenal at innovation. Whether it is MIT students developing self-driving golf carts or Cal State Pomona students solar powering concerts, the future of technology and energy efficiency looks bright with young innovators.

Recently a new idea has come to light via Clemson University’s first U.S. Solar Decathlon entry: Indigo Pine. Indigo Pine […]

Local Boy Making Good Inspires Others

June 23rd, 2015|

At Global Efficient Energy we might sell clean energy solutions but that is not our main goal at heart. At the core, we were founded on the principal of making the world a better place.

Our founder and CEO, Abe Issa has always made it a point that everything this company does is for the betterment […]

Japanese Origami Principles in NASA Solar Panel Design

May 21st, 2015|

Ever fold a dollar bill into a star? Or create a swan from a dinner napkin? Chances are, you’ve seen examples of the Japanese paper-folding art, origami, but you probably wouldn’t have guessed it would be used to create solar panels for space missions. That’s what NASA researchers have done, and they are capturing considerable […]

See How Abe Issa is Changing Entrepreneurship at TCU

April 30th, 2015|

Mr. Issa is changing the world by educating customers about clean energy and environmental conservation with his company Global Efficient Energy. But now he’s tackling education at the source by converting 500,000 of his own dollars into the new “Issa Lab” within the Neeley Sales and Consumer Insights Center at TCU.

Mr. Issa has been inspiring […]