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About Our Company

RECNI is an "ideological corporation" that strives to eliminate massive income inequality worldwide by fixing mankind's most daunting 21st-century challenge – preventing catastrophic climate change in the next seven years.

Our beliefs and goals are based on more than five years of market research and hundreds of interviews. Through our uniformed team members, we promote our spectacular "RECNI Green Galley Showrooms" to generate interest about the latest renewable energy products and services nationwide. Contact us to learn more about our mission.


Why Is RECNI an LLC and Not a Nonprofit Organization?

While RECNI’s goals are aligned with a typical nonprofit, we chose to register as a limited liability company (LLC). This is because the narrow descriptions laid out in the IRS Exempt Organizations Guide, Who is Eligible for 501 (c) (3) Status? (a Nonprofits’ “Exempt Purpose” Status), limit our goals of reaching a larger domestic and global marketplace presence.

Given the scale of our mission, we need to be able to operate without the extensive rules and limitations imposed on nonprofit organizations. We also believe that it takes a corporation to take on another corporation. Our LLC status will allow us to engage global giants in the oil and gas industry when it comes to addressing our differing viewpoints on the reality of climate change. 

Meet Our Team

Albert J. Ceniceros, Managing Member

A real estate professional, Albert is a graduating BSB/C Business student majoring in Communications, with only one class left to attain his bachelor’s degree. He is a proud Managing Member of RECNI in fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada.

Gloria J. Flynn, Investor Member

Gloria majored in nursing, marketing, and business. She has worked tirelessly to provide support to her children Albert, Cynthia, and Linda Marie, and to one day see RECNI turn from being a concept in 2012 to a real company in 2017.


Coming Soon


Just 8 men own same wealth as half the world


16 January 2017

OXFAM International

By Anna Ratcliff

“Eight men own the same wealth as the 3.6 billion people who make up the poorest half of humanity, according to a new report published by Oxfam today to mark the annual meeting of political and business leaders in Davos.” Read more


I’ve been homeless 3 times. The problem isn’t drugs or mental illness — it’s poverty.



By Veronica Harnish on March 8, 2016: 


Thirty-seven years (and counting) of wage stagnation and decline compounds the problem significantly. The federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour has not been raised since 2009. Had it risen in connection with productivity over the past four decades, the minimum wage would be more than $18 per hour today. Gains in productivity were previously tied to increased wages, but now those gains go to CEOs and shareholders instead. Combined with horrible trade agreements unfavorable to workers such as NAFTA, weakened labor unions, global competition, and a high cost of living that has far outpaced wages, people are left struggling to make ends meet.” Read more




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