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The Quantum Leap Technology Trade Mission Series by the Embassy Row Project

Updated: Jan 13




"The Quantum Leap Technology Trade Mission Series is designed to offer public and private sector stakeholders direct access to the most hyper-evolved technologies in the energy, infrastructure, and net zero space," explains James Scott, Embassy Row Project founder. Scott continues, "And to offer clean energy technology innovators, and net zero-focused platform providers a direct audience with the government and commercial sector stakeholders who can utilize these next-generation solutions." They've been telling you for years that technologies were in development to accelerate the reversal of climate change. But where are these innovations? The wait is over!


Through its network of international institutes, think tanks, research labs, and NGOs, the Embassy Row Project works with innovators on the bleeding edge of discovery, and we're going to begin introducing these technologies right now, from the top down to the agency and ministry stakeholders to commercial sector c-suite in more than 47 countries. Are you interested? "Environmentally focused NGOs have been doing the same thing for years and with no long-lasting results, says Scott, "It's time to think, differently."


The Embassy Row Project has a strategy in motion to internationalize a selection of the most hyper-evolved technologies ever designed to combat the impact of climate change, and we are also working with international stakeholders to launch carbon reduction education programs in heavily polluting industries, with measurable, and immediate results.



We've been told that clean, cheap, and abundant energy is a myth. Yet there are several next-generation technologies that not only exist but have been waiting to be deployed. You will hear that there are no carbon capture and removal technologies that can draw down carbon into the gigatons, but these technologies also exist. And ERP is going to show them to you. These, and several other climate technologies, as well as carbon reduction education and training programs, will be launched in 2023 as the Embassy Row Project introduces the international Quantum Leap Technology Trade Mission Series.


The Embassy Row Project is meeting with public, and private sector stakeholders to introduce the next generation of climate and clean energy technologies. Through the Netzero Incubator & Accelerator, we're launching our global, commercial-sector carbon reduction training programs throughout the United States, Europe, and Southeast Asia. The Embassy Row Project's Quantum Leap Technology Trade Missions will launch clean energy and sustainable infrastructure projects in the United States and Europe. And through the Envirotech Pre-Accelerator, we will be taking next-generation technologies on trade missions throughout the United States, Southern, and Eastern Europe, and the Caucasus region for public and private sector presentations, introductions, commercially focused networking, strategic partnering, and rapid deployment of technology in real-world infrastructure projects.


The Embassy Row Project is introducing tomorrow's technologies today, in the sectors of hydrogen, battery storage, small modular reactor, decarbonization, carbon capture and removal, environmental commodities platforms, blockchain, big data, biotechnology, aerospace, artificial intelligence, agritech, and other tested and proven climate technologies that can be utilized as solutions to climate change problems globally.


To join our trade mission or to gain access to our briefings and technology presentations, contact the Embassy Row Project


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Envirotech Pre-Accelerator

Netzero Incubator & Accelerator

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The latest books by Embassy Row Project's founder James Scott entitled

Green Conflict Minerals: The Mad Dash to Net Zero Is About to Get Rough

Climate Change Economics: Carbon Capitalism, Regenerative Agriculture & Beyond

A Fast Track to Carbon Neutral: Using Environmental Commodities to Rapid Launch Commercial Sustainability Programs


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