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NativeEnergy Offers Cow Power

April 2004 - NativeEnergy, a national marketer of renewable energy certificate (REC) products, has introduced a new product based on electricity generated from small biomass digester systems located on Pennsylvania dairy farms. Installation of the farm systems is being encouraged with grant awards from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. NativeEnergy commits to an advance purchase of the renewable energy attributes to improve the project economics. The company's products are positioned to enable consumers to match all or a portion of their electricity use and/or to offset the carbon impacts of other energy-using activities with REC purchases.

News Release - "Remooable Energy" Campaign Launched

NativeEnergy Contact: George Hoguet (215) 569-9694

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