New York, NY – November 5, 2018 – OPTEC International, Inc. (OTCQB) is, so far, a quiet little green energy firm producing an emissions reducing device built on a proven patented technology. The company is likely to become a recognized brand name in the near future. OPTEC entered the market this past summer when it acquired rights to the emission reducing technology for the international market. The OPTEC technology is packaged into a device that can be fitted onto a gasoline or diesel engine to improve fuel efficiency and reduce emissions. Savings from reduced fuel consumption makes emissions reduction actually cost effective. The OPTEC Fuel Maximizer works on personal transportation and is ideal for truck fleets. The global automotive aftermarket sector size in 2016 was over $640 billion and is expected to reach over $722 billion by 2020. The technology is also applicable to generators producing electricity opening another entire market opportunity for OPTEC’s green energy solution.
Green energy solutions that reduce harmful carbon emissions from existing petroleum powerplants is an underappreciated, but essential market segment. The transition to electric powered transportation or other alternative fuel solutions is years away and in the meantime, carbon emissions reduction relies on improving the efficiency of existing petroleum fuel burning powerplants. OPTEC is a standout in this underappreciated market that will soon come to the market’s attention as endeavors like Tesla (NADAQ: TSLA) continue to run into roadblocks and setbacks.
$5.00 PPS Quick Double Potential
At $5.00 PPS with a 52-week high of $10.40 and only 3.2 million shares in the float, OPTEC presents an attractive opportunity for a quick double as the company’s practical green energy solution gains market awareness.
OPTEC Fuel Maximizer
The product is a small, non-intrusive system that connects to an engines fuse box and source of vacuum. It requires no tanks or water reservoirs. By definition the Optimized Fuel Maximizer is a hydrogen fuel cell and it’s function is to emit a micro amount of hydrogen and cooler air into the combustion chamber to complete the combustion of the fuel. The technology is fully patented by the manufacturer and has undergone rigorous third-party testing to support performance claims and engine safety.
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