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Grapevine, Texas-based GreenHunter Energy Inc., a renewable energy company with wind energy projects in Montana, New Mexico and California, has announced that the American Stock Exchange (AMEX) has approved the company's application for listing of its common stock under the ticker symbol "GRH."

"As we continue to expand our portfolio of renewable energy assets, GreenHunter shareholders will greatly benefit from the increased investor visibility that comes with trading on the AMEX," says Gary C. Evans, chairman and CEO of GreenHunter Energy. "Our capital needs to fund our future growth will undoubtedly expand with the successful implementation of our business plan during 2008 and beyond. Having a listed security will significantly broaden our financing options with many investment banking institutions on Wall Street."


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