Wall St. Discovers Breakthrough Company in Green Energy Resources; 'GRGR' Set to Supply UK.
Green Energy Resources has unlimited growth potential in 5 divisions; exports of 100% Kyoto compliant biomass, a US biomass energy market, Eco-Green Coal, an environmental certification, consulting and software section (UTCS), and its new international franchise and licensing option. Green Energy Resources will be meeting with several potential franchisees From Spain, India, west Africa and China.
Wood biomass has potential application in over 60% of global power markets, and is the 4th largest energy source after gas, coal and oil. Other renewable energy's, have a combined maximum market potential under 5%. Wood biomass is the most diverse of the Renewable Energys, having application in co-firing, direct burn, gasification, ethanol and biodiesel, supported by President Bush. Wood biomass is the only energy application that can immediately and radically cap green house emissions with little or no capital investment cost required by industry. All other renewables and clean coal technologies, are 20-30 year strategies for reducing greenhouse emissions.
Green Energy Resources has been working with one of the UK's largest power providers for over a year to develop co-firing. Cofiring is an environmentally friendly application of mixing wood biomass with coal to reduce green house emissions. The UK power company is a one of Europes largest, with operations in multiple countries and owns coal mines in the US. Green Energy Resources is expected to make an announcement with the UK company.
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