ST. CLOUD, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 03/08/13 -- RenuEn Corporation (OTC Pink: RENU) a Power Project Development Company announces the issuance of the permit from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. The permit was initially approved on December 26, 2012.
Don Wood, CEO of RenuEn, states: "We are very excited to finally have the final permit for St. Cloud. Even though it was approved last December it has taken time to work thru the system. The City of St. Cloud needed the FDEP permit before they could issue a Notice to Proceed. We look forward to receiving the Notice any day allowing us to pull the construction permits."
About RenuEn Corporation
RenuEn Corporation is a Power Project Development company. The company focuses on Landfill Compressed Natural Gas capture and International Renewable Power projects.
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