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InfoSpi to Create $500m Green Hedge Fund Focusing on the Carbon Credit Market
Date:1/15/2010

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla., Jan. 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- InfoSpi (OTC Bulletin Board: ISPI) are to create a Green Hedge Fund to provide further investment for the company's growth in the coming years.

"Taking carbon credit trading to a new level" is how CEO Chris Hamilton views this decision. "Funding change is the fundamental ethos behind this program."

As controlling and ultimately reducing Carbon Emissions feature so highly on the agenda of every Government, the demand for Carbon Offset Credits will grow. It is here that InfoSpi see a niche to generate investment revenue to support growth in their business.

Newly appointed Prince Carlos, who is heading up the fund stated, "We will fund the development of our projects from the revenue generated by the sale of the carbon credits that we have created by our technology for companies that need them to offset their emissions, almost like a closed loop." "This differentiates us from other hedge funds, as we control the production of the CO2 credits and therefore channelling the carbon 'tax' back as a solution to the problem. Of course the ultimate goal is to bring about change in how we capture and eliminate the emissions from our industrial demands."

A brief overview of the carbon trading market will tell the investors in InfoSpi that this may well present a very sound move. The New York Times recently reported that Carbon trading is one of the "fastest-growing specialties in financial services," and companies are scrambling to get a slice of the market now worth well over 100 billion and that could grow to $1 trillion within a decade.

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