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Trumbull, Conn.-based biofuels development company Alliance Consulting LLC has created the Renewable Energy Association of Connecticut (REAC), an organization intended to provide member companies in the state "a uniform voice that promotes renewable energy solutions in all forms," according to the mission statement.

"We know that Connecticut has top-tier companies that represent several forms of renewable energy development - including solar power, wind power and biofuels," says Barry S. Diamond, president of Alliance Consulting.

REAC is now accepting charter members. Interested renewable energy company executives can request more information at allianceconsultingintl.com


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