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  • Max Green Enters Deal Worth 800 Million Rupees With India to Reduce Carbon Emissions in ECCO2 Program

    Published on August 11, 2010

    Maximumm Green Pty Limited, an authorized vendor for Fuel Concepts Pty Limited (Sydney, Australia) has entered a cooperation with public and commercial vehicle fleet agencies in India to reduce carbon emissions through ECCO2 carbon offset program.

    New Delhi, Delhi, August 11, 2010 /India PRwire/ — Maximumm Green Pty Limited, an authorized vendor for Fuel Concepts Pty Limited (Sydney, Australia) has entered a cooperation with public and commercial vehicle fleet agencies in India to reduce carbon emissions through ECCO2 carbon offset program.

    Gagan Singh, Managing Director of Maximumm Green India (New Delhi, India) comments, “We are excited to be helping Indian businesses to save a lot of money while they are saving the environment, by working with them to help them understand ECCO2. We believe that with its dynamic and rapidly expanding economy, and with India’s historic emphasis on environmental responsibility, this program is perfect for India”.

    Currently there are about 3,000 public fleet vehicles and 6,700 commercial trucks throughout India that have chosen to participate in ECCO2’s war on carbon emissions by use of ECCO2 and ECO Systems patent technology on each vehicle within the fleets. The current ECCO2 participants are projected to offset over 1 million metric tonnes of carbon emissions produced by fleet vehicles over the next 10 years, thus will create hundreds of job opportunities within India; A carbon offset project valued at over 800 million Rupees (AUD $18.9 million).

    Peter Carr, CEO of Maximumm Green (Sydney, Australia) states, “India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, and growing Indian businesses need a product that can help them meet national and international carbon reduction targets. ECCO2 is probably the best solution to meet their needs”.

    Carr’s statement is followed by remarks from Cary Lee Peterson, President of Fuel Concepts Pty Limited (Sydney, Australia) who comments, “Ten thousand fleet vehicles are an excellent start since a week when we had introduced the ECCO2 Program to India. Joshi and Partap Transport are just a few of several other India-based fleet agencies to join ECCO2. It will be exciting to see the results of the ECCO2 Program n India over the next 10 years”.

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