Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke appoints Irwin Katsof to International Trade Advisory Committee

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New Biomass Energy, announced today that Irwin Katsof, a co-managing Director was appointed by US Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke and Ambassador Ron Kirk, the United States Trade Representative to be one of ten national energy executives to serve on the US Commerce Department Trade Advisory Board( ITAC) to advise the United States Government on International Energy Trade Policy. His term runs thru 2014.

New Biomass Energy, announced today that Irwin Katsof, a co-managing Director was appointed by US Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke and Ambassador Ron Kirk, the United States Trade Representative to be one of ten national energy executives to serve on the US Commerce Department Trade Advisory Board (ITAC) to advise the United States Government on International Energy Trade Policy. His term runs thru 2014.

“We are very proud of the recognition that has been bestowed on our partner Irwin Katsof by the US Commerce Department”, said Robert Whitmire, Managing Director upon making the announcement. “This recognition by Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke is an endorsement of Irwin’s deep international relationships throughout Europe and Asia and his tremendous contributions to developing International Trade for the United States”.

Mr. Katsof was the Co- Leader of a US Commerce Department 2010 Trade Mission to Belarus, to discuss Energy development and general business opportunities.

Also, he was the Co- Leader of the US Commerce department 2008 Trade Mission to the Republic of Georgia with Under Secretary of Trade John Sullivan,US Trade Representative Larry Walther and Director of Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) Robert Mosbacher Jr.

New Biomass Energy is a green energy developer that focuses on high quality renewable energy opportunities that offer immediate contributions to the green economy. The Company’s focus is on torrefaction of wood to be used by coal burning power plants to supplement the coal and thereby enhance the green aspects of the plants.

More information is available at http://www.newbiomass.com

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