PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Golden Age Resources, Inc., (PINK SHEETS: GDAR), a developmental publicly traded Company announces the signing of a Consulting Agreement with Leaf Renewable Energies, LLC. The agreement calls for Leaf Renewable Energies to help with negotiating the acquisition of several solar Companies that are currently at advanced stages of review as well as introducing and analyzing future potential acquisitions.
Mr. James Steen, the CEO stated, “The solar industry has been building up a head of steam for several years and we feel that this is just the beginning. Seasoned veterans such as Warren Buffet (Founder of Berkshire Hathaway), who have billions invested in Solar, have recently announced their intention of doubling their investment capital in this arena.” In addition, Mr. Steen went on to say, “We have analyzed this sector for quite some time and recent news coming out of Capitol Hill moving in a direction of increased EPA restrictions has opened up the door for acquisition minded solar companies like Golden Age. Our shareholders have been patient with us and we anticipate having significant news in the very near future detailing our entrance into Solar. Leaf Renewable Energies, LLC. has a significant track record of identifying and analyzing solar Companies. We anticipate Leaf's involvement with all aspects from beginning to closing of these potential targets.
About Golden Age Resources, Inc. - The Company is domiciled in Nevada and has recently re-directed its focus on acquiring Companies in the solar industry.
About Leaf Renewable Energies, LLC. – The Company is based in Florida and has a successful track record of identifying, analyzing and acquiring companies in the solar sector.
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