Former energy advisor Joe Arrigo currently serves as a resource development manager at Modis in Sacramento, California. Outside of his professional life, Joe Arrigo advocates for environmental efforts that reduce the effects of climate change and is a strong supporter of Elon Musk and his work.
A successful entrepreneur and engineer, Elon Musk serves as the CEO or founder of companies such as Tesla, SpaceX, the Boring Company, and Neuralink. Musk engages in a variety of groundbreaking efforts designed to change the world. Currently, his goals include reducing the risk of human extinction, colonizing Mars, and increasing the use and production of sustainable energy.
In November of 2019, Musk unveiled one of his newest innovations, the Tesla electric Cybertruck. The Cybertruck, which promises better utility than a truck with performance capabilities that exceed those of a sport car, will begin production in 2021, and is currently available for pre-order in three configurations. These include a single-motor, rear-wheel drive, a dual-motor, all-wheel drive, and a tri-motor, all-wheel drive.
Each of the three models offers innovative features such as a durable exoskeleton with armor glass, over 100 cubic feet of storage, on-board power and compressed air, and a 17-inch touchscreen. Further information on the Cybertruck can be found at www.tesla.com/cybertruck.
Before entering the IT headhunting sector, Joe Arrigo worked as an advisor in the solar energy industry. While fulfilling this role, Joe Arrigo became committed to furthering the widespread adoption of sustainable energy sources. He cites Elon Musk and his advocacy of environmentally-conscious energy policies as an inspiration.
Elon Musk, the CEO of electric automobile manufacturer Tesla, has articulated his views on fossil fuel dependency and climate change in several interviews. In 2018 during an interview with radio personality Joe Rogan, Musk described the continued use of oil and fossil fuels as dangerous due to the negative effects on the ocean and the atmosphere. He also called for a worldwide transition to solar and sustainably generated energy.
Toward this end, Musk's company is working on solar energy solutions that make sustainable energy sources more practical for everyday life. For example, Tesla is developing batteries that can store solar-generated energy, making solar power reliable even during the evening and on cloudy days.
Outside of his varied professional pursuits, Joe Arrigo enjoys reading and weightlifting, working out four times per week. He also reads upward of 50 books per year and enjoys ping pong, darts, and partaking in political discussion.