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Lancaster, Ontario-headquartered Cleanfield Alternative Energy has completed the second closing of its private placement of a minimum of 400,000 common shares and a maximum of 600,000 common shares at a price of C$2.50 per common share for gross maximum proceeds of C$1.5 million.

In the second closing, Cleanfield issued 136,000 common shares for gross proceeds of C$340,000, the company says. In total, an aggregate of 536,000 common shares were issued for total gross proceeds of C$1.34 million under both closings.

Wolverton Securities Ltd. acted as agent and received a commission of 8% of the gross proceeds and broker warrants to acquire shares equal to 10% of the shares subscribed under the private placement. The broker warrants expire two years from the closing date.


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