As we head towards the end of the year – and the decade – it’s good to take some time and look ahead to what the future will bring.

The past decade has been a whirlwind of technological innovation. Apple came out with not one or two, but seven new iPhones. Amazon changed the landscape of ecommerce forever. Blockchain, digital banking, virtual reality, Instagram, genetic engineering… I could go on and on. Suffice it to say that our lives will never be the same.

In the past year or two, though, Silicon Valley has started to turn its attention towards fields that are less “entertainment” and more “necessity.” An uncertain political climate combined with growing concern over the world’s natural resources has led to the creation of hundreds of companies trying to tackle environmental issues.

Think about it. How often do you read stories about Tesla’s newest electric vehicle? What about companies delivering products with drones instead of trucks? Maybe you’ve noticed an uptick in sustainable horticulture startups or companies reimagining the wind turbine?

Everywhere you look right now, people are turning their attention to cleantech ­– cutting-edge technology that aims to make the world a better, cleaner, and healthier place.

A few weeks ago, I introduced you to my friend Michael Robinson. As you probably remember, Michael is the guy I call when I want the absolute latest in new tech.

He’s a diehard Silicon Valley guy with his finger on the pulse. He knows exactly what’s coming next when it comes to medical innovations… cryptocurrency… blockchain… cybersecurity… cloud computing… you name the tech, Michael Robinson has the intel.

That’s why, when he and I caught up recently, I knew I needed to pay close attention. The end of the year is when a lot of tech companies reveal their newest innovations (did you notice the Tesla Cybertruck or the iPhone 11 Pro that just came out?). So, naturally, I was on the edge of my seat.

As usual, though, Michael blew my expectations out of the water. He had just caught wind of a stunning regulation that’s about to change the way California powers tens of millions of homes, apartments and condos.

We could be talking about 30 million homes in the next 3-5 years alone – and Michael says he wouldn’t be a bit surprised if this same regulation came for the rest of the country next.

Incidentally, there’s one small company in the heart of Silicon Valley that could be poised to explode as a result of this new legislation. Why? Because they’re the only company out there with the breakthrough technology this law will require. It’s called “Dark Burst,” and it solves one of the biggest problems the renewable energy field has ever faced.

Experts predict that this small business could see its sales surge by 10,285% as a result. So why isn’t everyone talking about this?

Chalk it up to the usual Silicon Valley nonsense. What can I say… people relish keeping the good stuff behind closed doors around here.

But you already know that’s not how I operate. I’d much rather live in a world where everyone has the opportunity to generate life-changing wealth.

That’s why I’m giving you access to all the details on this energy revolution… and exactly how you could grab a piece of it. Just click here to learn more.

Until next time,

Neil Patel


32 responses to “How You Could Grab a Piece of Silicon Valley’s Next $100+ Billion Windfall”

  1. Thanks Neil,
    It is nice to see how things progress for you and your students of the financial angels.
    I hope I speak for everyone involved.

  2. The world is constantly evolving. It makes sense that some of our brightest minds are consistently working on new projects. This sounds like an excellent opportunity to get in on the ground floor. I would certainly like to hear more.

  3. Interested in finding out about this company and how little one needs to invest, or how does one invest only a few hundred dollars? Unless it doesn’t happen until after tax time I’m looking at just that in savings account. Allready watched his video the other day, I did some calculations and decided to just buy one share in all the solar companies out of California lol, I think I nailed the company but curious if I’m right about being on the EDGE.

  4. I checked on it and tried to find the source Company it was not avaiilable if they have sold many of these already where are they The Chinese have a method changing rain into energy with panels very expensive concept .

  5. Interested but how do I get to invest? Do I have to pay for subscription again for Dark Burst? Or is it investing in trading options or just in start-ups company?

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