NEW YORK, NY, October 26, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Stephen Crivillaro has accomplished many things in his twenty-five years on this planet. A graduate of Queens College in New York City, Stephen Crivillaro has built his career on one thing and one thing only: a dogged commitment to entrepreneurship. Stephen Crivillaro knows that hard work and ingenuity are two things that will carry a person incredibly far in this world, and he has taken that spirit to heart.
In addition to developing a small real estate empire in the Bronx, Stephen Crivillaro has thrown himself into the waste management energy. The skills that Stephen Crivillaro has acquired in the field of waste management have helped to fuel his newest passion: changing the way that energy is generated.
recently explained his vision to members of the press:
"When people think about energy, they usually stick to a few, more traditional concepts. There are fossil fuels, solar power, wind power and water power. More recently, people have expressed an interest in ethanol. Still, very few people realize that we can use the waste that we create to generate more energy for the planet. I envision a world in which all the waste that is created by humans can be used to generate the energy that humans need to survive. It is a great way to kill two birds with one stone. Less waste, more sustainable energy. It is perfect."
Although Stephen Crivillaro
says that the United States may not yet be ready for this new form of energy generation, plenty of foreign countries are. In fact, Stephen Crivillaro announced very recently that he was very recently contracted by a number of international energy agencies.
Stephen Crivillaro will be consulting various energy projects in countries like Mumbai, Germany and other Asian and European countries. Stephen Crivillaro says that he is excited to get to know these cultures intimately.
said to a member of the press:
"I have already spent quite a bit of time in Dusseldorf, Germany and Mumbai, India. I greatly enjoyed my experiences in those countries and I am looking forward to getting to know other cultures."
Although Stephen Crivillaro cannot reveal specifically which countries he will be consulting in, if his past work in India and Germany can be used as any indication, he will do very well.
Stephen Crivillaro notes that, "Although there are new challenges in each new country, the basic model for how this energy unit works remains the same." Stephen Crivillar
o says that he "looks forward to learning how to best implement this system in new and exciting locations."
When he is not consulting on these energy projects, Stephen Crivillaro hopes to get to spend some time engaging with various philanthropic and charitable organizations overseas. Here in the United States, Stephen Crivillaro has been involved with a number of philanthropic organizations including the Bronx Organization for the Learning Disabled (BOLD). Stephen Crivillaro
says that taking any opportunity he can to serve the greater good through charity is one of the key factors to his success as an entrepreneur.About: Stephen Crivillaro
is an entrepreneur and international consultant who lives and works in New York City.