Putting Together the Pieces of the Decarbonization Megatrend

For the past week, we’ve been covering findings from the latest
assessment by the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The report outlines the disastrous consequences of further planetary warming, and warns that current efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions are insufficient.
The report also puts emphasis on the need for cutting methane emissions, a greenhouse gas  which when vented or flared can be 28 times more dangerous than Carbon Dioxide. This isn’t the first time methane was given specific focus—on the same day as a U.N. climate summit in Scotland last year, the Environmental Protection Agency introduced new long-awaited
rules to curb methane emissions, including requiring the capture of natural gas (the use of which emits methane) alongside oil.
EFT’s patented
FlareBuster™ technology offers an innovative—and potentially profitable—solution to this problem. Our technology works by extinguishing Methane flares, capturing their energy, and transforming it into low-carbon transportation fuels. The details are worth reading here.
This is just one example of how our green tech is already equipped to meet the rising demand for sustainable solutions. With your investment, we can be together on the frontlines of fighting climate change, pioneering technologies and aiming to generate significant profits along the way. In part with the funds raised during our current
offering, we plan to scale our business globally, building infrastructure to create our own renewable fuels right here in the U.S., and continuing to license our tech worldwide.

You can learn more about how you can help the US become more energy-independent by investing in the decarbonization megatrend on our
offering page. There, you can also find our SEC-qualified Offering Circular.
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