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ReEnergy Holdings Names Eric Dumond Wood Procurement Manager

Eric Dumond named ReEnergy Wood Procurement ManagerALBANY, N.Y. – January 9, 2012 — ReEnergy Holdings LLC, an Albany, N.Y.- based renewable energy company, has appointed Eric Dumond of Waterville, ME, as the company’s Wood Procurement Manager.

Mr. Dumond has more than 30 years of experience in the forest products industry. In his new post, he will be responsible for the coordination of fuel purchasing activities to ensure the proper implementation of the fuel plan and management of wood fuel inventory at the company’s biomass-to-energy facilities.

Mr. Dumond worked for 10 years at Boralex, procuring wood fuels for its biomass facilities in Maine. Four of those facilities were acquired by ReEnergy last month. He has also has worked for Great Northern Paper, Georgia Pacific, Irving Woodlands and Richard Carrier Group.

“Eric comes to ReEnergy with an extremely strong background in establishing and administering contracts with fuel suppliers, and strong relationships with the forest products industry participants. Additionally, we are pleased to be able to build off of Eric’s outstanding experience in implementing innovative lease-to-own programs to assist harvesters with purchases of equipment,” said Tom Beck, Chief Commercial Officer of ReEnergy. “A robust harvesting industry is critical to our success as a business.”

About ReEnergy Holdings LLC

ReEnergy Holdings LLC, a portfolio company of Riverstone Holdings LLC, owns and operates facilities that use biomass and waste residues to produce renewable thermal and electric energy. ReEnergy was formed in 2008 by Riverstone Holdings LLC and senior management/co-investor team comprised of experienced industry professionals. ReEnergy employs 260 and generates 240 megawatts of energy.

The ReEnergy energy facilities include: a 40-megawatt biomass facility in Ashland, ME (ReEnergy Ashland); a 36-megawatt biomass facility in Fort Fairfield, ME (ReEnergy Fort Fairfield); a 40-megawatt biomass facility in Livermore Falls, ME (ReEnergy Livermore Falls); a 50-megawatt biomass facility in Stratton, ME (ReEnergy Stratton); a 22-megawatt biomass facility in Lyons Falls, NY (ReEnergy Lyonsdale); a 60-megawatt Black River Generating Facility at Fort Drum near Watertown, NY that will be converted in 2012 to utilize biomass as a fuel; and a 31-megawatt tire-to-energy facility in Sterling (ReEnergy Sterling).

ReEnergy also owns two construction and demolition waste and waste wood processing facilities that service the eastern New England/Boston metropolitan area marketplace (ReEnergy Gateway/LL&S in Salem, NH and ReEnergy Gateway/ERRCO in Epping, NH).