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RenuEn Corporation Announces Substantial Retirement of Common Stock

ST. CLOUD, FL--(Marketwire - Nov 6, 2012) - RenuEn Corporation ( PINKSHEETS : RENU ), a Power Project Development company, announces the retirement of 301,856,000 shares of common stock that were previously held by the former CEO James Scott. The stock has been returned to the company and will go into Treasury.

Don Wood, CEO of RenuEn, states: "James has graciously returned his shares as he felt that since he was not going to be responsible for the future growth prospects of the company, he couldn't in good conscious keep his stock."

Mr. Wood further states, "I am adamantly focused on the corporate structure of RENU and will continue to keep ensuring the shareholders are properly positioned in our company. James' voluntary relinquishment goes a very long way in achieving this goal. Now that we are moving the St. Cloud Project rapidly forward we can set our sights on releasing the financials."

About RenuEn Corporation

RenuEn Corporation is a Power Project Development company. The company focuses on Landfill Compressed Natural Gas capture and International Renewable Power projects.

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