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Xethanol Corp., a renewable energy company based in Atlanta, has announced that Rom Papadopoulos will work as a special advisor to the company's CEO and president, David Ames, to explore growth alternatives. Those alternatives include mergers and acquisitions, investments, and new product lines in renewable energy, including wind and solar power.

Papadopoulos has over 20 years of investment/merchant banking and entrepreneurial experience. He is the founder and managing partner of The Intuitus Group LLC, a merchant banking firm based in Atlanta.

"As we evaluate strategic opportunities to grow the company and increase shareholder value, we believe that Dr. Papadopoulos' extensive experience will help us evaluate the best course for the company," says Ames. "His knowledge and expertise of the global and national energy industry will be instrumental in determining our ongoing growth strategies."

SOURCE: Xethanol Corp.


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