So how do we get there?
We created a foundation called the Fuel Freedom and the idea is to get cheaper cleaner American-made replacement fuel to the market. We cannot do it alone. We cannot do it in Washington. There’s no chance that this will happen in Washington.
This has to happen in America, by Americans, then Washington will move.
So we need your help.
There’s a lot of ideas how to do it. I can’t cover them today but what I ask you to do is to go to www.fuelfreedom.org; register so you can get information. If you want to become active, please become active. We need all the help we can get and if you’ll help us to help yourself we will have a different America.
About the Speaker
Yossie Hollander is the co-founder of the Fuel Freedom Foundation, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization based in Irvine, which is dedicated to removing barriers to competition to promote the development of cheaper, cleaner, American-made fuels. He is a successful serial entrepreneur and philanthropist with 43 years of experience in the software industry, and founder and chairman of Our Energy Policy Foundation, which aims to create open dialogue and agreement on U.S. energy policy. Yossie serves on the executive board and management committee of the Weizmann Institute of Science, where he launched a renewable energy initiative. He is a member of the Board of Councilors of USC’s College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, and serves on the advisory board of Cornell University’s Center for a Sustainable Future.