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APX Inc., an infrastructure provider for environmental and energy markets, has launched the North American Renewables Registry, which enables companies to make and substantiate environmental claims with integrity and transparency. With its new registry, APX systems now provide complete coverage for renewable energy certificate (REC) creation, management, transactions and retirement across North America.

The role of the North American Renewables Registry is to provide REC origination for clean generation facilities located in states and provinces not covered by existing regional systems.

"APX's new registry expands our leading position in the renewable energy markets and provides participants across North America with the trusted infrastructure to effectively manage and track their renewable portfolios," says Brian M. Storms, chairman and CEO of APX.

The Web-based registry, which will be open for general registration later this month, also will enable corporations to demonstrate climate change leadership through the use of renewable energy while fully substantiating environmental claims.

SOURCE: APX Inc.

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