Pacific Green Xtreme Documents Solar Power & Surfing The California Coast
You would, too.
He’s a blonde-haired, energetic and athletic individual, the prototype California surfer dude who even talks in the kind of words-run-together manner that is typical of regular surfers.
Yet he’s got a depth to his personality that’s deeper than the Monterey Trench.
He is a solar engineer and has designed solar panels that people can use at fun party and social events to charge up their cellphones and other electronic devices. He took them to the electronic music festival called Trillectro, in Washington, D.C.
He’s a spiritual individual who talks about the relationship between solar power and surfing, about how with no sun there would be no waves.
And he’s going to be making waves – or at the very least riding them – all the way up the California coast and into Oregon, documenting it for an indie film called Pacific Green Xtreme.
Help him make this happen by donating to his cause on his IndieGoGo site. Your donations will net you various things, ranging from sunglasses to solar backpacks (now isn’t THAT cool!?) and he may even invite you to join him for part of his journey.
He most certainly will give you a free surfing or stand-up paddleboard lesson.
So give to Gregory. He’s one cool dude and the minute you meet him, you’ll want to help him.