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AMREC (American Renewable Energy Corporation) is a cutting edge renewable energy innovator. While we intend to expand our reach into multiple sources of clean, renewable energy, we currently have a global patent on the world’s safest, most efficient and most cost effective, wind energy technology. Read more...
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