Alex Feerer, CEO

Welcome to the Bright Green Future!


Green Light Energy Solutions Corporation takes great pride in introducing our innovative Waste-to-Energy (WtE) technology, Waste Conversion Pyrolysis (WCP), and equipment to the international market.

In response to the global waste crisis, we offer an environmentally and economically sound solution that generates electrical energy, harvests process heat, reclaims industrial-grade water, and minimizes or even  eliminates the need for a landfill while processing  municipal solid waste (MSW). Our WCP technology and equipment are field-tested and scalable to meet any capacity requirements.

By creating successful partnerships with various stakeholders in the environmental industry, corporate sector, government agencies, and financial community, we  support our own fundamental principles of  shaping our green future: by facilitating business opportunities as a means of solving environmental problems, we create win-win outcomes, promote economic growth.

Thank you for your interest in Green Light Energy Solutions Corporation!


Alex Feerer,

President & Chairman of the Board



GLES Corp. shifts focus to the USA.

We are moving, consolidating, and expanding our research, design, manufacturing, and testing operations to the USA. Our focus will be on commercialization of Waste Conversion Pyrolysis (WCP) technology and equipment in the USA and expansion to the world markets. Sites for developing, testing and operating commercial WCP-based Waste-to-Energy conversion facilities in Vermont, Massachusetts, Illinois, North Carolina, Georgia and California have been identified.


In addition, talks have been held with our strategic commercial partners and suppliers: Siemens Energy Inc., BHS Sorters, Forsite Development Inc, Ewaenergy Investment Group, WEIMA America Inc., and others.This strategic move opens new commercial opportunities for waste management companies, developers, general contractors, engineering and manufacturing companies, private investors:
  • creating Joint Ventures with GLES Corp. dedicated to developing Waste-to-Energy facilities based on WCP technology;
  • funding Waste-to-Energy facilities construction projects based on our technology;
  • manufacturing parts and components for our high-temperature pyrolysis systems;
  • acquiring limited amounts of GLES Corp.Тs stock, available for accredited investors only in a private placement.
Please inquire about these opportunities at either of our world offices or by e-mail: invest@glescorp.com


Energy from Waste

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The technological break through that is our proprietary Waste Conversion Pyrolysis Technology will allow for future's treatment methods that will challenge current models for waste disposal and energy production.



H&M Reduces Carbon Footprint 16%

H&M improved its carbon efficiency by 16 percent and reduced its total greenhouse gas emissions by 4 percent in 2014 compared to 2013, the company reports in its Conscious Actions Sustainability Report 2014.

Having met its its goal one year early to reduce total emissions while growing its business, the fashion retailer is now looking at ways to reduce its CO2 emissions even further by increasing its investment in renewable electricity sources.

Currently, 27 percent of H&MТs total electricity comes from renewable sources Ч a 9 percent increase against 2013. By the end of 2015, the company aims to source renewable electricity wherever it is credibly available and feasible, meaning about 80 percent of all electricity.

Total electricity use per square meter of store space is down 12 percent compared to its 2007 baseline. By 2020, H&MТs target is to reduce electricity use by 20 percent compared to 2007.

In 2014, H&M collected 7,684 metric tons of garments for reuse or recycling through its in-store garment collection program, an increase of 4,637 metric tons. It also introduced its first pieces made with 20 percent recycled cotton from collected clothes. For 2015, its target is to increase the number of pieces made with at least 20 percent recycled fabric from collected garments by more than 300 percent compared to 2014.

The share of H&M stores that have recycling systems in place grew to 58 percent in 2014, compared to 56 percent in 2013. H&M fell just short of its 2014 goal to recycle 95 percent of the waste generated at its warehouses, primarily because it entered new markets with less developed waste management and recycling systems.

This is the 13th report published by the fashion retailer.

Last year, H&M committed that by 2017 its fabrics will not coming from ancient and endangered forests.