Sustainability is an ever-larger influence on regulatory standards and buying decisions.
While you may not have heard much of the recent ratification of the COP21 “Paris Agreement”, this world treaty holds great promise for IntelliJet.
The US now has a treaty obligation to reduce CO2 emissions by 25% in 10 years, effective November 4, 2016, and we expect IntelliJet to be at the forefront. (See our blog post – Recreational Boating and COP21.)
In addition to being an essential part of reducing CO2 emissions in boats, IntelliJet also improves other aspects of sustainability in boats, including
- Eliminating propeller related injuries to humans
- Substantially reducing boat impact on marine life
- Substantially reducing disturbance of the bottom
These sustainable benefits are more valuable, because they are combined with IntelliJet’s economic and user benefits, including
- Lower lifetime cost
- Ease of Use
- Peace of Mind
In most recreational applications, IntelliJet boats will be the safest, most fuel efficient, and most friendly to marine life.