JERSEY CITY, N.J., Oct. 5, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- RVPlus, Inc. (OTCQB:RVPL), parent company to ECCO2 Tech, America's green company, has progressed from a development stage company with little to no revenue or assets this time last year to a more established public entity with a material agreement for $1.8 billion for a foreign government contract that will supply Africa with American-manufactured clean technologies that are sustainable, energy efficient and lower carbon-emission generated by transport and facilities over the next ten years. This all came to fruition following a change in control and IP acquisition for ECCO2 in May 2012. RVPlus CEO-Chairman, Cary Lee Peterson, comments, "Rome was not build overnight and neither will ECCO2's international network. The key concept is to focus on the ECCO2 Program framework. There are various politics involved with project development and deployment in every region or country where we engage business. Any clean-tech solution that we support will serve a sufficient purpose to reduce carbon-emission and reduce energy consumption. The overall concept is to develop a win-win situation for ECCO2 and our foreign government allies to meet expectation for objectives set forth by United Nations, in additional to increasing job opportunities created from regional and global expansion of Company operations and projects." In May of this year RVPlus launched a website, entitled ' greenjobsforveterans.com', with the anticipation to lure more civilians seeking job opportunities for ECCO2 projects being deployed overseas. ' ECCO2 Jobs' advertisements and publicity are currently being aired on national radio shows such as Good Day Radio with Doug Stephan and can be found at various job fairs throughout the country.
ECCO2 (acronym for Environmental Control of Carbon Dioxide) is a corporate interface for universal clean technologies that are sustainable, reduce carbon emissions, and energy efficient in residential homes, commercial buildings, and transportation.ECCO2 has appeared in major media outlets such as Forbes, Wall Street Journal, CNN, MSNBC, and Bloomberg, in addition to participating in various clean-tech awareness conferences held by government agencies and private organizers.