|By Marketwired .||
|June 25, 2014 03:39 PM EDT||
SINGAPORE -- (Marketwired) -- 06/25/14 -- Earlier this month, President Obama introduced the Environmental Protection Agency plan, which aims at reducing carbon pollution in order to fight climate change. According to the Wall Street Journal, the EPA will set new limits on carbon dioxide pollution from existing power plants. The ultimate goal is to cut emission by 30 percent within the next 15 years. Considering the undeniable negative effects that high carbon dioxide emissions have on the environment, the new regulations are definitely a step in the right direction. To achieve a long-term and sustainable solution, it will be necessary to raise more awareness though, not only among power plants, but other business owners as well.
Every company, small or large, leaves a carbon footprint and it is up to the individual companies to act responsibly and keep that footprint as small as possible. A leading consulting company, Selacorp, is aware of both, the need to reduce the carbon footprint of businesses as well as the problems many company owners have in developing an eco-friendly and efficient business plan. For this reason, Selacorp has been focusing on providing tailor-made solutions that are environmentally aware, but at the same time affordable. "We try to execute that trend by inspiring our clients to adopt similar innovations or by finding clients that are already pushing innovative green technologies forth. We are all interested in top quality innovations but the more important question to ask is how these innovations are going to address environmental safety," explains David Selakovic, Selacorp's CEO.
Selacorp does its part by keeping up with state-of-the-art innovations that foster sustainability and reduce energy consumption. Based on the size, industry and business goal of their clients, Selacorp makes investment suggestions and advises on the implementation of green technologies in everyday business operations that are environmentally aware and safe. As a consulting company with many years of experience in the market, Selacorp has a thorough understanding of their clients' needs and the various options how those goals can be met. Selacorp was founded by David Selakovic and is a leading global company that offers specialized strategic IT resources and assists clients with the management of intellectual assets. Selacorp is striving for complete and holistic business solutions in the fields of technology, research and innovation.
The company was built on David Selakovic's expertise as an information technology software architect and developer. The Slovenian native, who nowadays resides in Singapore, has made himself a name as an impactful business leader and investor on the European, American and Asian markets. Thanks to his many years of experience in creating successful companies, assembling motivated teams, and developing innovative strategies, Selakovic has become a highly sought after business advisor. David has always been interested in seeking out innovative technologies that enable companies to operate environmentally responsible. Through his consulting services he is striving to carry this message to others, and to inspire his clients and competitors alike to develop sustainable and eco-friendly business plans in order to work together to the mutual goal of a carbon-free future.
David Selakovic Personal Blog: http://www.davidselakovic.com
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