ST. CLOUD, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 04/29/13 -- RenuEn Corporation (OTC Pink: RENU) a Renewable Energy Development Company announced the cancellation of the acquisition of Alquimi Solar, a Saddle Brook, New Jersey based solar and renewable energy development company.
Don Wood, CEO of RenuEn, states: "We have decided to rescind our acquisition of Alquimi Solar due to fundamental differences. We look forward to continuing our working relationship with Alquimi in the future." Wood added, "I wish Alquimi the best of luck in their pursuit of solar energy projects in the future."
About RenuEn Corporation
RenuEn Corporation is a Renewable Energy Development company. The company focuses on Landfill Compressed Natural Gas capture, International Renewable Power projects and the development of solar, geothermal and other renewable energy strategies.
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