Boca Raton, Fla., April 7, 2021: The Entrex Carbon Market (OTC: UNSS) (www.EntrexCarbonMarket.com) announced today the engagement of Net Zero Analysis to register, validate and verify the Roper Island Carbon Futures with the United Nations/World Bank Carbon Registry.
“Engaging with Net Zero Analysis will provide credibility to the quality of the Roper Island Carbon Offset Futures being sold,” said Stephen H. Watkins, CEO of the Entrex Carbon Market, a majority owned subsidiary of Entrex. “Having a global, ISO 14001 International Auditor should provide substantial comfort to the buyers looking to purchase the Roper Island Futures to help meet their carbon neutrality needs”.
“The Entrex Carbon Market has been working with U.S.-based clients with the potential of millions of domestic U.S.-based carbon offsets. We believe launching together on a manageable project the size of Roper Island will help confirm the scalable process to register, verify and validate the offsets for buyers,” said George Sullivan, CEO of Net Zero Analysis.
“We believe working together with Entrex, which is the only regulatory-compliant market in the U.S., can help bring stability and regulatory oversight to President Biden’s climate focus. Establishing sufficient U.S.-based carbon offsets should help meet what we believe is the upcoming demand for U.S.-based carbon offsets,” said Mike Fiorino of Net Zero Analysis.
Entrex (OTC: UNSS) was founded in 2001 as a capital market system for entrepreneurial companies. We establish regulatory-compliant, niche capital market systems which support regulated market constituents to originate, structure, place, trade, settle and service securities of entrepreneurial companies. Working together with industry leaders the Entrex platforms allows investors to find, research, track, manage, and trade entrepreneurial securities whether geographic, sector or commodity. (www.EntrexCarbonMarket.com)
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For further information:
Stephen H. Watkins
Entrex Carbon Market
(561) 465-7580 (1-877-4Entrex)