The Clean Air Assistance Program (CAAP) is a global humanitarian organization committed to environmental responsibilities through improving air quality, reducing greenhouse gases (GHG emissions) & dramatically improving our global energy footprint.
CAAP does so by collaborating with companies that have effective & impacting technologies to actualize CAAP’s goals.
The 2nd largest culprit of global warming is the emission of diesel engines’ black carbon (Popular Science, July/August 2016). CAAP’s initial vertical strategy is the installtion of HDS’s advanced i-phi™ units on diesel engines, which reduce black carbon emissions up to 90%.
ADVANCED i-phi™ TECHNOLOGY
i-phi™ is the only Hydrogen Combustion Enhancement Technology that has been recognized by government (since 2010 the Ontario Government has offered a rebate to customers who purchased the i-phi™ technology) and has an approved Carbon Plan, and Green Print Assessment.
CAAP COMMITMENT TO REDUCE GHG EMMISSIONS
It is CAAP’s committed goal to reduce 90,000,000 tons of GHG emissions in the next 5 years and with the Caterpillar recent extensive and conclusive testing (Dansk Gasteknisk Center A/S Aalbourg) complete, along with pending orders upwards of 30,000 units, CAAP is well on its way to attaining that life-changing and global greening milestone.
HOW CAAP SPEARHEADS CORPORATE ADOPTION TO REDUCE GHG EMISSIONS.
CAAP will fund the installation of 10 to 100 HDS units per participating corporation, at no corporate expenditure or liability.
These corporations will realize significant fuel savings as well as accrued carbon credits. The fuel savings and emissions are accurately monitored in real time by the Maven Monitoring System. The corporations & CAAP will each share 50% of said savings & accrued carbon credits.
After 18 months a participating corporation may option its right to convert to a lease which will actualize 100% of the fuel savings in unrealized and offsetting revenue.
CHANGING THE LIVES OF TOMORROW’S YOUTH TODAY.
CAAP is committed to donating 100% of its profits accrued from it’s share of fuel savings and carbon credits, to worthy and successful youth charities such as Make a Wish Foundation, St. Jude’s Hospital, More4Kids, the Children’s Defense Fund and others through its Humanitarian Foundation.