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American Companies Eye Green City in Nadi

The Green City will be totally powered by incredible non-renewable technology and every aspect will be built by sustainable building materials
28 May 2019 11:09
American Companies Eye Green City in Nadi
Robert Beam meets Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama in Suva last week.

A Green City will be built in Nadi soon if everything goes according to plan.

The Green City will be situated on 6000 acres of land which is located about 15 minutes drive away from Nadi International Airport.

It is the brainchild of American companies, Infinite Power Corporation and Infinite Green Energy Solutions founder and chief executive officer, Robert Beam.

Mr Beam is working with some local partners to set up the Green City and help Fiji “go green” to help fight climate change.

“The Green City will be totally powered by incredible non-renewable technology and every aspect will be built by sustainable building materials,” he said.

“The buildings will be cyclone proof, earthquake proof, fire proof and mould proof.

“Even the roads will be built from organic road building technology. For 25 years the roads will remain strong and there will be no potholes.

“We have technology available today that we are implementing in the Green City that has been planned and on Vatulele Island.”

Mr Beam, who also owns a bottled water company in America, The World Water Bank, said gigantic storage tanks would also be set-up at the Green City to store billions of litres of water.

He said the tanks would store the most pristine water for the future needs of not only Fiji but for rest of the world too if and whenever a nuclear war breaks out.

“Our green energy projects in some big cities in India and in Dubai are already in operation and doing well,” he said.

“We are also working with the governments of Vanuatu and Bahamas on the green energy and water storage programmes.

“In Vatulele, Infinite Power Corporation and The World Water Bank are bringing green renewable technology, healthy water bottling and storage technology, organic gardening technology, medical and wellness technology as well as safety and security technology.

“We have technology available today that we are implementing on the island of Vatulele and want to implement in the planned Green City.

“We are here to do business and also help the Fijian Prime Minister in his initiatives to fight climate change, which is something very real.

“We have to move faster to accomplish the goals to fight climate change, especially in the South Pacific. There are technologies available that can lower emissions,” he said.

Edited by Percy Kean

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