Penny Stock News: Clenergen Positioned to Experience Rapid Growth in the Emerging Markets as a Result of …

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CHENNAI, INDIA–(Marketwire – April 27, 2011) – Clenergen Corporation (OTCQB:CRGE)(FRANKFURT:9CE) is seeing an increased demand for electricity in India, Africa, and the Philippines, which has resulted in a surge of business opportunities for its operations. The acute shortage of electricity during both off peak and peak times is resulting in companies and municipalities turning to alternative energy sources and independent power producers to supply electricity.

In the Philippines, the urban centers rural communities rely on diesel generated electricity and are experiencing shortages in diesel supply and higher electricity costs. Clenergen is intending to install its first 2MW gasification power plant on Romblon Island later this year where the government has already requested a further 2MW to be installed.

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