Global Resource Energy Inc. Forms Strategic Partnership with Atticus Financial
NEW YORK, Nov. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Global Resource Energy Inc. (OTCQB: GBEN) - -The company is announcing to municipalities throughout North America that it has designed a financing model for the retrofit of LED street lights with Atticus Financial. Upon signing agreements with the company, cities can immediately lower the cost of operating a street light system while at the same time retrofitting the city from old, amber colored, High Pressure Sodium lights to clear, bright and eco-friendly LED street lights. Lights are supplied through the company's agreement with Kardings America and Patedma Group Corp of Los Angeles, CA.
Atticus Financial Group provides leasing solutions to a wide variety of clients across Canada and the USA with a primary focus on leasing, and offers equipment leasing and auto leasing services for all brands of new and used cars, trucks and business or industrial equipment.
Atticus will arrange lease financing for a wide variety of equipment types from software and office equipment through to forklifts, heavy trucks, shop equipment, medical equipment, agriculture equipment, "green equipment" and most other business equipment, regardless of industry type or even time in business.
"As truly advanced the lighting technology is, we think this finance package is just as futuristic. Instead of trying to find more money to pay for this system we have devised a way to use the money you're already spending on your existing street light system to pay for the new one while keeping the lights on as well."
Kardings is a multi-national green energy company designed to help bring eco-friendly technology to the market. Kardings offers LED Street Lights to all municipalities and can access a special fund called The Hero© program which was established specifically for green initiatives in municipalities. The lighting systems are highly efficient, dependable and come with the best warranties available in the industry. In most cases a city, town or village may retrofit to energy efficient led street lighting at no increased cost and may even put money back into municipal budgets. Kardings' website is www.kardings.com.
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