Entrex is pleased to announce The Environmental Land Conservatory has chosen to sell $45 million in carbon offset futures on the Entrex Carbon Market.
Universal Solar Technology (OTCMKTS:UNSS)
BOCA RATON, FLORIDA, USA, January 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Entrex (OTC: UNSS) (https://Entrex.Market) is pleased to announce The Environmental Land Conservatory has chosen to sell $45 million in carbon offset futures on the Entrex Carbon Market.
“This is really exciting as the team started to develop the offsets The Environmental Land Conservatory decided to sell the next 10 years, through 2031, as futures on the Entrex Carbon Market. With the World Bank showing a steady price over the next decade – customers looking to lock in price and savings should be quite interested in these domestic carbon offsets” said Stephen H. Watkins, CEO of Entrex/UNSS.
“If this model works as we’re expecting these carbon futures can benefit all involved” said Victoria Edwards of The Environmental Land Conservatory. “The structure and security can offer a safe and effective ‘win-win’ for long term carbon offset buyers.”
Paul D. Landrew, Chairman of UNSS suggested: “Watkins seems to find fascinating ways to build sales for our various markets. Adding carbon futures is a brilliant way to build momentum for environmental conscious organizations.”
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Stephen H. Watkins
Entrex Carbon Market
Paul D. Landrew
Universal Solar Technology Inc. (OTC:UNSS)
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