Ian Somerhalder plans to turn 'Vampire Diaries' set green with new mobile power company
As an estimated 60,000 barrels of oil continue to gush into the Gulf of Mexico every day, Somerhalder is looking toward preventing future catastrophes. "I understand the need for energy," he tells Zap2it. "I couldn't say that loud enough, scream it loud enough if I tried. We all are culprits. As we speak, I'm driving, using fuel. The key is that we need to start moving toward green energy."
To do his part, Somerhalder has joined forces with Go Green Mobile Power. "You're the first person I'm telling this," he shares. "I just became involved with a very strong green energy company that produces portable, mobile green power. The company's called Go Green Mobile Power. Our first prototype is going to be done in a few days."
Go Green Mobile Power will create portable solar/wind/biodiesel generators for use in the film and event industry (as well as other arenas), to replace the off-grid dirty energy that's traditionally used on location.