August 2007 Newsletter
Major press release just released today (8/20/07)…. PDF file attached.
This is just one of the many major developments
that has been happening behind the curtain.
Citizenre has announced their financial team. We have partnered with Brown Rudnick and Structured Growth. You can read about those relationships and how they feel about our future. The Managing Director in the Financial Institutions Debt Capital Markets group for Citigroup in London and come on board as Citizenre’s finance team’s Senior Advisor. An outstanding human being with a tremendous talent.
I have provided a couple of links below also. I would also recommend you listen to today’s (8/19/07) national network call… recorded message in the resource section of your back office.
From Rob Styler, President of the Powur of Citizenre… “We will continue to release more information about our manufacturing team, our senior management, and other partnerships over the coming weeks in preparation for our press release. We have taken on a huge challenge together. Our goal is the change the way energy is produced and used around the world. No one will be able to say it was easy, but it will be worth it in the end.”
Your vision and commitment here at the start of something so monumental is very appreciated. You will be able to say you were here in the beginning, even before the first of many plants were built. It almost like saying you were told about a new startup company with a couple of guys called Gates and Wozniak and they were going to change the world.
Now is the time to do any final preparation for the huge wave of interest that is building. Now is the time to move forward and engage everyone you meet and begin marketing campaigns to get reservations and FRA’s processed. Please do not delay any longer. The team you will build will create a huge passive long term income that you have hoped for. It just keeps getting better and better.
I am very excited to be a part of this company at this time and to help bring a solution to our country that it needs so much. Then… not only save people money but also help the environment. Then… to be rewarded with a long term residual income for your efforts… lov’n it!
If you have been waiting for a new development this is it… and it is time to build your team and sponsor new customers…. yee haw! Please contact me with your questions and your intentions. I am here for inspiration, training, and assistance.
Thanks for being part of the solution.
All my best,
Here are a couple of related links about the folks in the financial team…
And here is some more Great News!……………….
The Energy Independence Act before congress passed the house… they now need the Senates approval and the signing by the President.
H.R. 3221: New Direction for Energy Independence, National Security, and Consumer Protection Act
Moving the United States toward greater energy independence and security, developing innovative new technologies, reducing carbon emissions, creating green jobs, protecting consumers, increasing clean renewable energy production, and modernizing our energy infrastructure.
H.R. 3221: New Direction for Energy Independence,… (Status: Passed House (95% of Democrats supporting, 87% of Republicans opposing.))
H.R. 2776: Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation Tax Act of 2007
To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to provide tax incentives for the production of renewable energy and energy conservation.
H.R. 2776: Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation Tax… (Status: Passed House (95% of Democrats supporting, 96% of Republicans opposing.))
Here is what “they” are saying:
SEIA (Solar Energy Industires Association
From Renewable Energy Access
Passage of the energy bill and tax package rests in the hands of the informal group of about 25 Democrats from oil and gas-producing states, Republican leadership in the House and about 5 Democratic Senators and a part of the Republican leadership in the Senate who are reportedly opposed to the $17 billion of tax increases on the oil and gas industry that are used to offset the cost of H.R. 2776’s tax incentives that are primarily for renewable energy and energy efficiency. Additionally, the oncoming national Presidential election has heated up the debate and made relations very tense between the parties.
Because energy is such a critical national issue, many people expect there to be compromise on the taxing of oil included in the House Bill and its treatment of natural gas and oil leases offshore. These issues will be reviewed because of the threat of a Presidential veto. The energy package could fold if positions harden and personal animosities worsen. Clean energy analysts in Washington are ready for a nerve-wracking fall as Congress attempts to pass the Energy Bill and adjourn for its December recess.
And from the Oil industry:
NOIA (National Ocean Industries Association (offshore oil development)
The other very important bill Menendez, Cardoza-Ferguson “SOLAR Act”
we are still waiting to hear about.