A History of Pioneering Sustainability
LifeTec Homes' partner Robert Plarr is the visionary innovator of the Science of Sustainable Integration. Since the 1970′s, Robert Plarr has been a famed environmental pioneer, visionary, entrepreneur, and a lightning rod in the SUSTAINABLE and GREEN movement. Robert is a man of action, a former Recon Marine, athlete and fitness teacher.
In 1975, Plarr built a 45,000 watt wind-turbine and an earth sheltered passive-solar experimental home. Inside the amusement park, he implemented one of the world’s largest windmills, built an Energy and Sustainable Educational Center, and hosted the “World’s First Inland Surfing Championship” inside a wave pool.
In the early 2000's in Taos New Mexico Plarr built a 5,000 sq ft underground solar green home, and then an 11,000 sq. ft totally off grid, waste and water recycling, hydrogen / solar / wind powered wellness retreat, and green technology incubator. Plarr has been featured in print, radio, talk shows, CBS, ABC, NBC, and World News stations.