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Ron Sachs Communications has been named as the agency of record for two, new Florida energy companies.
Bing Energy, Inc., which recently moved to Tallahassee from Chino Calif., is in partnership with Florida State University to turn revolutionary nanotechnology pioneered at FSU into a better, faster, more economical and commercially viable fuel cell. Bing Energy, Inc. was recently awarded a $1.9 million Qualified Target Industry Tax Refund by Florida Governor Rick Scott's Office of Tourism, Trade and Economic Development.
nopetro, also headquartered in Tallahassee, is working to build a network of natural gas fueling stations around Florida. nopetro has an ambitious vision to convert a portion of Florida's heavy truck traffic, municipal trucks and school buses to natural gas.
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