concludes coverage of Evergreen Energy, Inc.

Evergreen Energy, Inc. (NYSE: EEE, $6.50) recently announced a leadership change and that Mark Sexton, Chief Executive Officer, President and Chairman of the Board, had left the company. Mr. Sexton presided over the construction of Evergreen’s Wyoming plant.

Manuel P. Asensio stated “Evergreen Energy, Inc. and I have resolved our differences. Evergreen recently announced an affiliation with TXU and an engineering services agreement with Bechtel Power Corporation. These relationships can provide Evergreen with a number of potentially attractive opportunities. I offer Evergreen my best wishes.”

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