RVPL Enters $90 Million Material Definitive Agreement With Haiti Government-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth for ECCO2 Haiti Project

November 16, 2012
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NEW YORK, Nov. 16, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — RVPlus, Inc. (OTCQB:RVPL), holding company of ECCO2 Tech has entered a material agreement for $90 million with Le Président de la Commission des Affaires Etrangères au Séna pour La République d’Haïti and La Commission des Affaires Étrangères au Sénat pour La République d’Haïti to supply green technologies chains that enable the environment, agriculture, climate change, and economy in the Republic of Haiti over the next decade.

ECCO2 Tech is the exclusive supplier for the memorandum of understanding and purchase agreement (Exhibit 10.1 of 8-K report filed November 16, 2012) entered by ECCO2 Corp, Center for Climate Change and Environmental Studies, Concile Mondial de Congrès Diplomatiques des Aumôniers pour la Paix Universelles des Droits Humains et Juridiques (“CMOCDAPUNDHJ”), Cabinet Alescio & Stafford, and Le Président de la Commission des Affaires Etrangères au Sénat pour La République d’Haïti.

Senator W. Lambert, president for the Commission of the Foreign Affairs to the Senate for The Republic of Haiti, comments, “Haiti and ECCO2 have been in talks about such a venture for two years and now we have much work ahead and much effort to help climate change, environment, crop, and forestation in Haiti. All of us will commit to make Haiti a greener country and support goals set for Kyoto Protocol 2020 for the West Indies and the entire world.”

RVPlus has a quarterly report filed in October 2012 showing a material agreement with foreign federal government that will generate $250 million in sales over the next year and a $77,848 deficit accumulated during the development stage from May 1, 2002 to July 31, 2011 and a financial risk going from a high to a moderate status since Company change in control and acquisition of ECCO2 in May 2012.

Cary Lee Peterson, RVPlus CEO-Chairman and ECCO2 Corp Founder-President shares with press, “I know that ECCO2 has made a significant journey since this time in two years ago when we began talks with Haiti about ECCO2. I am proud to see our brand recognized as a provider to enhance energy efficient and sustainable solutions that make Haiti a greener country, as we proceed to contribute our efforts to plan for better utilization of the natural resources that affect our environment, agriculture, and economy.”

ECCO2 Tech, subsidiary of RVPlus, Inc., is a domestic and export provider for American manufactured green technologies that are sustainable, energy efficient and lower carbon-emission generated by transport and facilities to commercial and government agencies worldwide. Company operations include projects for climate change, social affairs, environment, agriculture, and economic development with sister company, ECCO2 Corp, an admitted NGO for United Nations Department of Social Affairs and affiliate partners, Center for Climate Change and Environmental Studies, an admitted NGO for United Nations Framework Convention for Climate Change, and CMOCDAPUNDHJ, an admitted NGO for United Nations Department of Social Affairs.

It has been over three years since a concept company in exploration stage, calling itself ‘ECCO2′, an acronym that means Environmental Control of Carbon Dioxide publicized its ‘go green’ theme. Long before ECCO2 was acquired by RVPlus in May 2012, ECCO2 had been seen in major publications as Forbes Magazine and The Wall Street Journal, in additional to several news articles about business activities with United Nations and foreign governments.

The ECCO2 Tech,  RVPlus, Inc. and Haiti Government logo is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/newsroom/prs/?pkgid=15822

For more details about RVPlus and ECCO2 Tech, go to http://www.ecco2tech.com.

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CONTACT: Public Relations
         RVPlus, Inc.
         (Holding Company of ECCO2 Tech)
         Sylvia Johnson
         Phone: +1 201-815-2220
         Email: pr@ecco2.us
         Website: www.ecco2tech.com

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COMMENT: HAITIAN-TRUTH.ORG

Read this article and then tell me what it says!!!

I cannot tell what they do or what they will provide to Haiti for all of these millions!!! Looks like a great way to skim more money from the Haitian society.

And there is Senator Lambert’s name!!

Just that makes me very suspicions

6 Responses to “ RVPL Enters $90 Million Material Definitive Agreement With Haiti Government-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth for ECCO2 Haiti Project ”

  1. MICHAEL COLLINS on November 16, 2012 at

    Read this article and tell me what it means??

    I have never seen such a bunch of gobbledegook in my life. A lot of smoke and mirrors that does not present anything solid.

    And, when I see Senator Lambert’s name attached, I despair.

    I keep hoping that he didn’t confine his crimes to the cocaine business. I pray that he was involved with the kidnap industry and took at least one American. That would remove a major problem from Haitian politics.

  2. sylvan george on November 16, 2012 at

    Cary Lee Peterson, RVPlus CEO-Chairman and ECCO2 Corp Founder-President shares with press, “I know that ECCO2 has made a significant journey since this time in two years ago when we began talks with Haiti about ECCO2. I am proud to see our brand recognized as a provider to enhance energy efficient and sustainable solutions that make Haiti a greener country, as we proceed to contribute our efforts to plan for better utilization of the natural resources that affect our environment, agriculture, and economy.”
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    A lot of words that really go nowhere and say nothing.

  3. Gregoire Baptiste on November 16, 2012 at

    Another way to steal money from Haiti.

  4. jean on November 16, 2012 at

    Wow

  5. LYNDA GREGOIRE on November 17, 2012 at

    What is it you call this, smoke and mirrors?

  6. jack peters on November 19, 2012 at

    I agree, having read this article. There are many words but few specifics. It really doesn’t promise to do anything.