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February 2005
Power Economics;2/2/2005, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p5
The article presents information on American and European energy market. In January 2005, Renewable Energy Corp. announced a net profit of 80,074 dollar in the six months to December 31, 2004 compared with a net loss of 326,156 for the first half of last year. Revenue rose 10 per cent to 555,996 dollar from 506,308 dollar. During the half-year, the company continued to market its Waterwide Gasification Technology in the U.S. and to seek joint venture partners to further develop the business in the U.S., Australia and Europe.


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