Nowhere Left to Hide: SEC plans to require full disclosure by public companies of greenhouse gas emissions
Last year, more than 100 countries signed the Global Methane Pledge to have companies worldwide adopt clean fuel solutions in an effort to reduce methane emissions by 30% by 2030. This has put a spotlight on companies like EFT working toward decarbonization.
All of this joins us in our goal of making the U.S. self-sustaining, making its own transportation fuels. In fact, in addition to licensing our technology (which we’re already doing), we plan to build our first plants right here in the USA.
On Tuesday, the SEC added yet another incentive to switch to green fuels, with plans to require all publicly traded companies to disclose their records of greenhouse gas emissions.
No doubt, this news is making companies that rely on fossil fuels seek viable alternatives and fast—and here at EFT we couldn’t be happier. This is just further proof that the world wants fuels that are truly “unsustainable.” Where others may see a threat, we see an opportunity. We already know from a recent report by BloombergNEF that 2021 was a record-breaking year for investment in sustainable transportation. And it’s clear to us that this recent development is setting the stage for repeat performance in 2022 and beyond.
Add to that our attention from such mainstream outlets as TIME and The Wall Street Journal, and we think we’re poised for success. The next step is to take things global, by scaling and licensing our sustainable fuel production technology worldwide, in part using the funds raised during our current offering.
To learn more about our efforts to decarbonize the planet while generating profits for us and our shareholders, please visit our offering page. There, you can also find a link to our SEC-qualified Offering Circular.