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Houston-based Amerex Brokers LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of GFI Group Inc., will be offering Green-e certified renewable energy certificates (RECs) through the Center for Resource Solutions' (CRS) program.

The RECs available to commercial and wholesale customers through Amerex Brokers will be supplied from Green-e eligible renewable facilities in the U.S., the companies say. By purchasing Amerex credits, customers will support these resources as well as aid the development of new resources to be built in the country.

"We are proud to offer this additional service to our customers," says John Morrow, a representative of Amerex. "By becoming a broker and marketer of Green-e certified products, Amerex will add liquidity to the wholesale REC market."


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