A Visual Understanding of Greenhouse Gas Emissions
(Or as We Like to Call It, Our Opportunity)
Investors are increasingly prioritizing ethics in their decision-making—they want to support companies that are creating a net positive change on the world. With each new year, the idea that we as a society have yet to move on from outmoded one-time-use forms of transportation fuels in favor of renewable, sustainable solutions becomes more unthinkable. Sometimes the feeling of time passing can make us assume more progress is being achieved than actually is.
To illustrate just how much room there still is for growth in our business, we want to share a visual of 2016 global greenhouse gas emissions by sector.
As you can see, the energy sector is by far the largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. Within that is transportation—the target sector of our renewable fuel production technology. Obsolete energy continues to dominate, causing greenhouse gas emissions to rise at an unprecedented rate over the past few decades. With global growth and resource consumption steadily increasing, fossil fuels have proven themselves to be unsustainable.
That’s where EFT comes in. The vast size of the transport sector is not an obstacle, but an opportunity. As a potential point of disruption, transport could create change on a global scale by adopting clean fuel solutions. We’re already providing those solutions through our proprietary technology that converts waste into carbon-negative, carbon-neutral, and low-carbon fuels that are fully compatible with existing machinery for jets, trucks, cars, ships, generators, and more.
Now, in 2022, we’re poised to complete our capital raise and build and operate our own plants, capturing carbon from cow and pig manure and methane from flaring wells.
To find out how your investment in EFT’s green fuel production can help decarbonize the world while bolstering your portfolio, please visit our offering page. There, you can also find a link to our SEC-qualified Offering Circular.
For a detailed breakdown of the above graph, read the full article here.