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Online printer ink supplier,, tests the waters of a retail location with success by providing 123inkjets ink cartridges at Simi Valley store

With years of experience in the online market, a physical storefront location is the newest venture for 123inkjets. Ink cartridges, toner, and paper are being provided to the company’s customers who are local to the Simi Valley area and the response has been overwhelmingly positive. The store has built a loyal base of support since opening in southeast Ventura County. This allows for a much more connected feeling than shopping for supplies on the web, which has been the company’s sustaining element since its inception.

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Miller Energy Resources Expands Development Potential in Alaska

Miller Energy Resources (“Miller”) (NYSE: MILL) announced that it expanded its development potential in the Susitna Basin of Alaska with the addition of an oil and gas exploration license for 45,764 acres. The new acreage is located south of the Company’s existing Licenses No. 2 and No. 4 in the Susitna Basin of Alaska. With the addition of License No. 5, Miller Energy controls nearly 700,000 acres of State of Alaska oil and gas lands, the largest number of acres under lease and license by any company for oil and gas exploration on state lands.

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Lime Energy Partners with Figtree to Provide Pace Financing for California Customers

Lime Energy Co. (NASDAQ: LIME) announced today a partnership with Figtree Energy Resource Company through which Lime’s Customers will benefit from the most flexible PACE financing options available in the State of California. Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) is a Government initiative that allows property owners to finance energy efficiency and renewable energy projects for their homes and commercial buildings. The addition of PACE will enable Lime’s California customers defray the costs of energy improvements that can be made to their facilities. This financing vehicle through Figtree can be used for energy efficiency, renewable energy and water conservation upgrades to commercial properties.

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Suniva Powers Largest Utility Scale Solar Installation in Tennessee

Suniva, Inc., a U.S. manufacturer of high-efficiency crystalline silicon solar cells and modules, today announced that the 5 MW West Tennessee Solar Farm in Haywood County is Powered by Suniva™. Designed and built by Signal Energy, and managed by the University of Tennessee Research Foundation (UTRF), the West Tennessee Solar Farm is the largest utility scale solar installation in Tennessee and one of the largest installations in the Southeast United States. Signal Energy and UTRF will be holding a ribbon cutting ceremony to unveil the project on Thursday, April 12 at the West Tennessee Solar Farm.

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Indigenous Tribe Earns Validation for Landmark Forest Carbon Project

A small tribe of indigenous people unknown to the outside world a half-century ago and once on the brink of extinction has harnessed an innovative forest carbon project to shield their territory from illegal logging and preserve their chosen way of life. As a result, the 1300-strong Paiter-Surui last week became the first indigenous tribe in the Amazon and globally to earn carbon credits under internationally recognized standards for capturing carbon in trees – setting the stage for scores of similar projects that can unleash needed funding for indigenous people who preserve endangered tropical rainforest across the Amazon.

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Cyclone Power Technologies’ Licensee in China, Great Wall Alternative Power Systems, Completes Build of Initial Prototype Engines

Cyclone Power Technologies (OTCQB: CYPW) (“Cyclone” or the “Company”), developer of the all-fuel, clean-tech Cyclone Engine, today announced that its licensee in China, Great Wall Alternative Power Systems Ltd., has completed the build of the first prototype engines under its License Agreement with the Company, and has begun in-house testing of these units.

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Genesis Energy, L.P. Increases Quarterly Distribution

Genesis Energy, L.P. (NYSE: GEL) announced today that it will pay a regular quarterly distribution of $0.45 per Common Unit for the quarter ended March 31, 2012. The distribution will be paid on May 15, 2012, to Common Unitholders of record at the close of business on May 1, 2012. This distribution represents an increase of approximately 10.4% over the first quarter 2011 quarterly distribution of $0.4075 per unit, and an approximate 2.3% increase over the distribution paid with respect to the fourth quarter of 2011. This is the twenty-seventh consecutive quarter in which Genesis has increased its quarterly distribution. During this period, twenty-two of those quarterly increases have been 10% or greater year-over-year.

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Silverado Power Announces Three Solar Energy Contracts With Southern California Edison

Silverado Power has announced signing new power purchase agreements (PPA) with Southern California Edison for three solar energy projects in Victorville, California. Each project will generate two megawatts of clean power. The agreements will extend for 20 years.

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Gen110 Brings Affordable Electricity to Oakland, Piedmont and Berkeley

Gen110, the leading distributed electricity company, today announced the opening of its newest office near Lake Merritt to serve the communities of Piedmont, Berkeley, and Oakland in San Francisco’s East Bay. Reflecting growing demand for affordable energy solutions, the company has established a customer footprint in the region and is currently hiring 30 sales representatives throughout the state.

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Eco-Energy to Develop Ethanol Unit Train Facility in Atlanta, GA Market

Eco-Energy Holdings, Inc. (“Eco-Energy”) is pleased to announce that it is developing an ethanol unit train and storage facility to serve the Atlanta, GA market area.

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