Green Energy Resources: plan to take up to 10 million tons of hurricane storm
Green Energy Resources announced plans to take up to 10 million tons of hurricane storm wood in 2008, if it becomes available. The company asked for the public's assistance to help procure the wood from FEMA and Gulf States through the purchase of Green Energy Resources carbon offset credits. The credits are available at $6 per carbon ton and will make a very real contribution in preventing global warming. For every two tons of carbon offset credits purchased, 1 ton of wood can be secured for renewable energy power generation. Traditionally, federal storm contractors openly burn and landfill the wood, radically increasing and emitting greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. In 2005, four Florida hurricanes produced nearly 50 million tons of wood, and 150 million tons of carbon and methane that ultimately was wasted and landfilled. The purchase of the carbon offsets will be used for procurement and transfer of the wood to power generators and turned into energy worldwide. Tracking of the carbon credits will be maintained through the company's Urban Tree Certification System (UTCS) software database. Buyers of the carbon offsets will receive authentic carbon offset certificates from Green Energy Resources and make a very real contribution to reducing global warming. www.greenenergyresources.com
Green Energy Resources is a global supplier of wood fiber fuels to the power generation industry. Wood biomass has multiple applications including ethanol production, co-firing with coal, direct burn and gasification. Wood biomass represents 53% of all renewable energy production in the US and is 10 times the combined volumes of wind and solar energy.
The purchase of carbon offset credits will be activated on the Green Energy website or sent via mail to company offices at 275 Madison Ave, 6th flr NY, NY. 10016
Except for historical information contained herein, the statements in this release are forward-looking statements that are made pursuant to the safe harbor provision of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.
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