NEWARK NJ--(Marketwire - Jan 9, 2013) - Today's Alternative Energy (OTCQB: TAEC) announced today it has signed a letter of intent to acquire Star Mechanical, an energy efficiency and HVAC company based in New Jersey. TAEC believes that the addition of Star, which will be a cash and stock deal, will help broaden their offerings, expand their product lines, while keeping with their mission of Alternative Green Energy Exportation and Products. With the addition of Star Mechanical, TAEC will also benefit with the joining of John Fullam, CEO of Star, who will bring his thirty plus years of industry experience by joining TAEC's senior management team with a three year contract. "This is a tremendous opportunity for TAEC as we enter into this critical phase of growth," says Albertus Hendrik Van Leiden, CEO of Today's Alternative Energy. Mr. Van Leiden further added that "We are very excited and look forward to the smooth and effective transitioning of Star Mechanical into the folds of the ever growing TAEC family and what it means to us as a 'Green Company.'"
Star, having already been revenue producing for nine years and profitable for the last five years, will be an immediate source of revenue and profits to TAEC.
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