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AUDIO INTERVIEW: ValueTheMarkets Podcast 0013 – Michael Rowan of Active Energy Group (AEG)

01 Aug 2019 | by: Richard Mason

Today’s guest on the ValuetheMarkets podcast is Michael Rowan, CEO of Active Energy Group (LSE:AEG). Active is a renewable energy company which has developed a number of eco-friendly alternatives including a biomass fuel called CoalSwitch. The company is constructing a plant to manufacture Coalswitch, which it expects to be operational in Q4 this year. The firm is also developing other opportunities at the Lumberton site and last week announced a joint venture agreement with Renewable Logistics Systems LLC for saw-logging operations.  Michael discusses these developments and their potential for future revenue generation.

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