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Our Research

For more than five years, RECNI has been conducting extensive market research and interviews to establish our program. Below are just some of the research that went into building our company's mission goals parameters.

Impact of Vehicle Sales

In 2016, 63% of all vehicles sold in the U.S. were SUVs and trucks (or 17.5 million gas vehicles). In addition, U.S. plug-in sales only hovered around 0.82% of the market. 


That's really bad news for the environment and here's why: The Average 2016 SUV or truck has a 23-30 gallon fuel tank capacity or 184-240 lbs. of fuel on every fill-up. If they fill up just once a week, that's 736-960 lbs. of gasoline every month. 


When multiplied by 12 months, that would 8832-11520 lbs. for the entire year per vehicle. Multiply that by 17.5 million vehicle sales in just 2016 alone and you get the following figures:


8832 lbs x 17.5 million vehicles = 154,560,000,000 lbs. of co2 released or 70,107,236.7072 metric tons


11520 lbs x 17.5 million vehicles = 201,600,000,000 lbs. of co2 released or 91,444,221.792 metric tons in the U.S. alone (approximate figures).


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Green Car Reports-May 9, 2017 by Sean Szymkowski


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( .by Anne Marie Helmenstine)

Updated March 01, 2017



Planting Trees to Increase Oxygen Supply 

One average-sized tree produces about 620 lbs of oxygen each year. This is roughly enough oxygen to supply clean, breathable air for a family of four for an entire year.


 Scientists have created a mathematical equation that shows the carbon emission savings of using an electric-only vehicle vs. a gasoline vehicle.


Keep that thought in mind when the average EV driver is responsible for planting 2-3 trees in the ground every month by simply driving an EV vehicle, which by year’s end, totals roughly 24-36 trees in the ground. That's breathable clean air for about 96-144 people every year.


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How Much Oxygen Does One Tree Produce? 

Oxygen Produced by Photosynthesis By Anne Marie Heimenstine Ph. D Updated April 20, 2016

Worldwide Income Inequality Stats Research

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Green Revolution Figures and Living Wage Jobs Research

“If only all employers felt this way …”

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Here's What Really Happened at That Company That Set a $70,000 Minimum Wage

By Paul Keegan Contributing editor, Inc

“Dan Price decided to pay all 120 employees at least $70,000. Grown men cried. Profits soared. 

Then things got really crazy.”


"Most people live paycheck to paycheck. So how come I need 10 years of living expenses 

and you don't?" – Dan Price/CEO

Minimum Wage and Living Wage 

Common Myths and Objections

From the National Employment Law Project (NELP) Q & A


“Raising the minimum wage causes job loss.”

“Not true. The best economic research, and real world experiences with minimum wage increases, confirms that raising the minimum wage does not cause job loss. The decade following the federal minimum wage increase in 1996-1997 ushered in one of the strongest periods of job growth in decades.” Read more




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