BRIDGEWATER, N.J., April 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – Energy Energy Edge Solutions (OTCBB: EEDG) announced today that it is about to reap huge dividends from its engagement of Green Giant Venture Fund (GGVF), a leading broker in the global carbon credits market.
Based on GGVF’s recently concluded audits on the energy efficiency work already completed by EEDG along with the work that it is now contracted to perform (utilizing UNFCCC/CDM methodology in conjunction with the Verified Carbon Standard), EEDG will be able to sell approximately 110,000 tons of reduced CO2 emissions on the carbon credits market.
“Engaging Green Giant has proven to be an excellent investment for Energy Edge and our shareholders,” stated Robert Holdsworth, President of Energy Edge. “Green Giant not only has the necessary experience and registrations to develop the required design documents, they’ve also brought an extensive network of international carbon credit buyers to the table for us.”
“The ongoing sale of these carbon credit projects represents tremendous potential revenue and cash flow for our company and should also provide the funding needed to execute our aggressive near-term growth strategy,” Holdsworth concluded.
For more information about the above carbon credits or to receive the report documents, please contact
Green Giant Venture Fund
World Bank- Carbon Finance registered service provider
UNFCCC -CDM Bazaar registered service provider
About Energy Edge Solutions (OTCBB: EEDG.OB)
EEDG provides turnkey energy efficiency projects that reduce a facility’s operating costs and C02 emissions. For more information, visit www.energyet.com.
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SOURCE: Energy Edge Solutions