Washington, D.C., January 27, 2010 -- Envion Inc., a Washington D.C. based renewable waste-to-energy company, has been chosen to present at CleanEquity Monaco 2010, an exclusive, invitation-only environmental technology symposium that takes place annually in the Principality of Monaco.
Hosted by London based specialist investment bank Innovator Capital and Monaco's Chamber for Economic Development, 50 of the world's best, next-generation, cleantech companies have the opportunity to present their vision to senior executives and key decision makers, representing the investment, political, industrial and media communities. Plenary sessions, led by sector-experts, will discuss and identify key industry themes, drivers and constraints, as well as forward-looking trends. At the closing ceremony, His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco will present three prestigious awards pertaining to environmental technologies.
In order to be chosen to present at CleanEquity Monaco, companies must pass a rigorous selection process involving a multitude of factors, such as technological innovation, market opportunity, management experience, growth stage and revenue potential.
'Envion is honored to be part of such a monumental event,' said Chief Executive Officer Michael Han. 'All of the presenting companies and attendees are involved in tremendous environmental technology projects, and we are excited to share our company's achievements and learn from others in return.'
About Envion Inc.:
Envion Inc. has developed and created a first of its kind plastic waste to oil conversion platform and is actively manufacturing, marketing, and licensing its proven technology for the U.S. market, with potential international expansion. The Envion Oil Generator(TM) is designed to convert petroleum-based plastics into synthetic light-medium oil that can be further refined to produce commercial fuels such as gasoline, kerosene, jet fuel, and diesel. The Envion process of plastic waste reuse addresses a host of critical issues ranging from plastic waste management, plastic production, the landfill capacity crisis, petroleum reserve depletion/fossil fuel conservation, greenhouse gas emissions, and the overall reduction of the world's carbon footprint.