Fusebox, the biggest flexibility provider in the Baltic region, is excited to announce a shift in its business direction. The company has decided to move away from balancing the electricity grid and focus on a new opportunity – improving the flexibility of humans.
According to Tarvo Õng, the CEO and founder of Fusebox, improving the flexibility of the grid has proven to be a challenging task due to the inflexible materials involved. He states, “We have noticed that the grid’s flexibility is limited, and it’s time to move on to new endeavors.”
The new business direction involves training customers to live without electricity
Erik Tamsalu Sr, the Development Manager at Fusebox, explains, “We have found that balancing the grid is tedious work. Each time we finish balancing the grid it just becomes unbalanced again. Instead, we can train our customers to live in the dark, which not only saves them money on their electricity bill but also contributes to a greener environment.”
Tamsalu Sr demonstrated the success of the training by introducing a client who no longer requires lighting. “Within just three weeks, we were able to improve the client’s night vision to a level where they no longer needed artificial light. As you can see from the photo below, the client has developed all the necessary physical and mental attributes to thrive in complete darkness.”
Fusebox has completed all clinical trials and is now ready to offer its new service to all energy consumers. To register for the service, customers can simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The only noticeable side effect of the training was the client’s loss of vocabulary, but as Tamsalu Sr quips, “Silence is golden, but duct tape is silver.” When asked about their experience, the client had only one thing to say: “Peak shaving.”
Fusebox is enthusiastic about exploring the possibilities of enhancing human flexibility and looks forward to this new direction.