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JACKSONVILLE, FL--(Marketwired - Mar 28, 2016) - Green Energy Enterprises, Inc. fka Quasar Aerospace Industries, Inc. (
Through our wholly owned subsidiary, A-Cent Aviation, Inc. we operate a 2012 Cessna 162 Skycatcher aircraft (http://www.cessna.com/single-engine/skycatcher.html). This state-of-the-art aircraft allows A-Cent to generate substantial revenues in the fast growing arena of Sport Pilot training and now Drone training.
A-Cent Aviation has completed the first stage of its trial course to fulfill the proposed contract with a large nationwide Fortune 500 Communications Corporation. We have successfully trained the initial corporate drone staff who traveled to our flight operation for our accelerated Light Sport Program. We are on track to becoming their nationwide flight training provider and earning this partnership. As previously announced this partnership can be a Million Dollar contract for our Florida flight school operations.
We have another nationwide corporation who has also enrolled for flight training through A-Cent and this construction company will begin to filter in students into our new Drone training program for obtaining their Sport Pilot License. We are currently in negotiations with other large and small corporations and A-Cent is on target for becoming a hub for Light Sport Training in Florida.
As we continue to grow our light sport program we need to expand our fleet. We are seeking to acquire additional light sport aircraft to meet the needs of these contracts. GYOG looks forward to the growth and development of its Drone flight training program. This is a booming multi-million dollar industry that is at the forefront and we plan to be a substantial player in this marketplace.
This new craze is based off the rules established by the FAA requiring the following:
To legally fly a drone for commercial purposes, the operator must have approval per Section 333 of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012. It is common for the approval to be called a "333 exemption". To attain that approval from the FAA the person who will operate the drone is required to have at a minimum either a private pilot or sport pilot certificate.
By law, any aircraft operation in the national airspace requires a certificated and registered aircraft, a licensed pilot, and operational approval. Section 333 of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 (FMRA) grants the Secretary of Transportation the authority to determine whether an airworthiness certificate is required for a UAS to operate safely in the National Airspace System (NAS).
This authority is being leveraged to grant case-by-case authorization for certain unmanned aircraft to perform commercial operations prior to the finalization of the Small UAS Rule, which will be the primary method for authorizing small UAS operations once it is complete.
The Section 333 Exemption process provides operators who wish to pursue safe and legal entry into the NAS a competitive advantage in the UAS marketplace, thus discouraging illegal operations and improving safety. It is anticipated that this activity will result in significant economic benefits, and the FAA Administrator has identified this as a high priority project to address demand for civil operation of UAS for commercial purposes. As of March 25, 2016, 4,223 Petitions for Exemption 333 have been granted by the FAA.
Piloting unmanned drones is a growing business opportunity which A-Cent plans to be part of when it comes to training. The combination of low-cost and very high value is driving fast adoption of drones for many businesses. New uses for UAS aircraft include law enforcement, search and rescue, agriculture, oil and gas line surveillance, entertainment, videography, photography, real estate sales, and aerial surveying. Eventually there will be many hundreds of uses.
This is becoming big business -- FAST. One of these new, highly-paid jobs is being a UAS pilot.
Just remember, there are requirements to legally operate a drone for commercial purposes. A-Cent has the courses to pave the way for you to take advantage of this booming industry.
As A-Cent is the only Sport Pilot training program in North Florida and South Georgia area, this allows us to be a strong force in the Drone training industry. Since FAA requires you must have either a private pilot license or a sport pilot license to operate under the exemption, corporations are seeking the quickest and most cost effective method to getting this accomplished. Therefore, sport pilot training is the best solution and we have the aircraft, curriculum and Certified Flight Instructors to provide it. How does Light Sport achieve this?
"Light Sport training allows thousands of potential students previously excluded from flying to obtain their Light Sport Pilot License," says Chief Executive Officer, Donnell J. Vigil. "We are excited to be able to provide affordable pilot training at an accelerated pace to commercial operations who plan to operate their Drone program under the FAA Exemption 333."
If you know a company or corporation looking to start a Drone program contact us for more details and how to get started.
Please feel free to contact Green Energy Enterprises, Inc. by email at GreenEnergy.Enterprises@yahoo.com or Donnell J. Vigil by telephone for information or investment opportunities. Green Energy will continue to update our shareholders and the investment community as we progress.
ABOUT GREEN ENERGY ENTERPRISES, INC.
Green Energy Enterprises, Inc. owns and operates 4 wholly owned Subsidiaries.
1) FLIGHT OPERATIONS
Based out of Jacksonville Florida, the corporation owns and operates two (2) flight and drone training schools. The schools, A-Cent Aviation, Inc. and Atlantic Aviation, Inc. focus on continuing education. A-Cent is SEVIS/SEVP (http://www.ice.gov/sevis/) certified to provide training to foreign students. Both flight operations use the certified Cessna Pilot Training curriculum for our flight students (http://www.cessna.com/learn-to-fly.html. Atlantic Aviation is an FAA Part 61 flight school and tailors its training to recreational flying and aircraft rental. A-Cent is an FAA Part 141 flight school (www.faa.gov), operates an FAA Part 91 Commercial Air Tour Operation, Computer Assisted Testing Service (CATS) (http://www.catstest.com) and a Comira testing facility (http://www.comiratesting.com/. We offer flight training, drone training, bi-annual reviews, sightseeing tours, photography flights and will accept VA benefits under the GI bill (http://www.gibill.va.gov/. Atlantic Aviation, Inc. is a recipient of an AOPA Excellence Award for 2012 and recognized as one of the top 50 flight school in the country.
(http://flighttraining.aopa.org/awardwinners/2012winners.html). Both flight operations offer Light Sport training and are the only Light Sport training school in the Northern part of Florida. Schedule a Romance Flight with A-Cent Aviation or an Intro Flight with A-Cent or Atlantic Aviation. Look for discount offers we provide through Groupon (www.groupon.com), Living Social (www.livingsocial.com ) or Local Flavor (www.localflavor.com). GYOG also owns a holding company, Quasar Aircraft Corporation, which holds and manages the aircraft used in GYOG's flight operations.
Text "Start" to (904) 310-4829 for offers, deals and updates on new programs and aircraft available offered by A-Cent Aviation, Inc.
2) HYDROPONIC GROW STORE
GYOG owns Grow Your Own Greenz, Inc., a hydroponic grow store in Colorado and is an ancillary service provider to the legal medical marijuana industry. The Company sells everything needed to facilitate a one-stop shop for full hydroponic grow systems, equipment, supplies and nutrients. We offer trimmer rentals, installation and delivery. No job is too small or large for our knowledgeable staff to handle. Feel free to give us a call to answer questions about your grow. We have beginner grower deals available for the first time grower. Visit our Ecommerce site (www.GYOGz.com).
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