Eco Depot (OTCMKTS: ECDP) Closes Green Again Yesterday At $1.1800, +5.3%, As Market Likes Its Plan For Green Energy ‘Bronya Climate Shield’

Eco Depot (OTCMKTS: ECDP) experienced another green day yesterday with its stock closing at $1.1800, up 5.36%, in light trading as the market shows it likes ECDP’s commercialization plan for its ‘Bronya Climate Shield’ line of renewable energy paints. Intent on helping clients achieve a 20-40% efficient energy savings, ECDP is stringing together green closings due to its aggressive plans in its eco-environment.

ECDP is being aggressive in producing, raising the profile of and selling globally its ‘Bronya Climate Shield’ environmentally-friendly paint. The market clearly likes what it sees — a green eco company that is hard hitting when it comes to executing the sale of its efficient paint line. 

It is fighting global warming at a time when the U.S. Congress is in the final stages of passing multi-trillion dollar Infrastructure Bills into law — a $1.2 trillion and $3.5 trillion combination to ensure the success of EV vehicles, solar tax credits and fiscal grants to wind mills.

If any short investors failed to believe in the intensity, ability or willingness of ECDP to aggressively begin marketing and commercializing globally its Bronya Climate Shield environmental paint, see its take-no-prisoners activity here.

In a world short of shipping containers, inflation, broken supply lines and online —- not brick-and-mortar store sales — ECDP is attacking these challenges head on. Timing couldn’t be better as  governments worldwide seek to achieve lower carbon emissions. 

Green energy is a big money market now, not just a politically-correct idea. Allied Market Research estimates that the renewable energy market globally will reach $1,512.3 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 6.1% from 2018-2025. 

ECDP has announced that it will open its first micro-production facility in Montreal by Q4 2021. The plant will be followed by more such units planned for other customers in North America and even Europe. Construction work has started on the 4,200 sq. ft. plant in Montreal. It can produce 2,700 gallons of Bronya Climate Shield paint daily worth $107,994.60. Annually, that means this is a new facility capable of producing $40 million annually. The company and its subsidiary are now seeking more locations in North America and Europe for more production plants.

The Bronya Climate Shield line profile will be raised internationally through the Bronya Canada Group — a wholly-owned subsidiary of ECDP — by exhibiting it for the first time at the National Hardware Show in Las Vegas from October 21-23, 2021. Some 20,000 buyers are expected from chains such as Home Depot, Lowe’s, independent hardware stores, home improvement outlets — even contractors, builders, wholesalers, online distributors and anyone involved in this industry will attend. The Bronya Climate Shield line will also be seen in the show’s “Habitat New” section highlighted as an innovative new product. The Bronya Canada Group, a wholly-owned subsidiary of ECDP, will be among 2,800 exhibitors.

Bronya Climate Shield line will be seen in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), at the Economic Development Resilience and Sustainability Forum, September 29-October 9.