/ CORRECTION - Shuttered Maine Biomass Power Plant to Resume
Operations in First-Quarter 2013, an Industrial Info News Alert
SUGAR LAND, TX -- (Marketwire) -- 11/30/12 -- In the news release,
"Shuttered Maine Biomass Power Plant to Resume Operations in
First-Quarter 2013, an Industrial Info News Alert," issued yesterday
by Industrial Info Resources, we are advised by the company that
there is no relationship between Connecticut-based New Leaf Energy
and Direct Energy, as was originally stated, and Direct Energy has no
involvement in the purchase of the biomass power plant in Greenville,
Maine. Complete corrected text follows.
Shuttered Maine Biomass Power Plant to Resume Operations in
First-Quarter 2013, an Industrial Info News Alert
SUGAR LAND, TX -- November 29, 2013 -- Researched by Industrial Info
Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- A shuttered Maine biomass power
plant last owned by the now-bankrupt Gallop Power Greenville LLC
(Greenville, Maine), a subsidiary of Tang Energy Group (Dallas,
Texas), may be getting a new owner and could resume operations by the
first quarter of 2013. Connecticut-based New Leaf Energy intends for
the Greenville plant to be the company's first major acquisition into
the biomass energy market.
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