SOURCE: Global Clean Energy, Inc.
HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwire - Feb 5, 2013) - Global Clean Energy, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: GCEI) (the "Company"), an alternative fuels company focusing on waste-to-energy conversion announced its alternative fuels aggregation model for mid-sized waste-to-energy conversion solutions.
It presently has a number of business units working on acquiring and tying up profitable feedstocks such as tires, auto shred, municipal solid waste and algae to be converted into biofuels.
The market for bio-diesel in 2013 is expected to exceed ten billion ($10,000,000,000.00) dollars and GCE plans to bring its first plants on line by year's end.
GCEI has a compelling pipeline of market opportunities presently existing in the United States. Among the many waste to energy developers, GCEI is unique in its vision as well as the platform they developed.
Global Clean Energy, Inc. is a waste-to-energy conversion solutions company, focusing on using available and developing technologies to convert waste into commercially viable energy, a process the company refers to as Reforming Environmental Salvage into Clean Usable Energy (R.E.S.C.U.E.).
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