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Welcoming John L. Petersen To AltEnergyStocks.com

As most of you noticed, John L. Petersen recently joined AltEnergyStocks.com as a Contributing Editor. John brings a wealth of experience from years working as a corporate lawyer with growth-focused companies. His expertise in energy storage technologies has made him one of the best bloggers on this topic there is. We were thrilled to see how engaged you all got with his articles on long-range EVs and lithium-ion batteries, and we look forward to more top-quality material by John and insightful comments by you!

For those who missed it, here is John's bio:

John L. Petersen, Esq. is a U.S. lawyer based in Switzerland who works as a partner in the law firm of Fefer Petersen & Cie and represents North American, European and Asian clients, principally in the energy and alternative energy sectors. His international practice is limited to corporate securities and small company finance, where he focuses on guiding small growth-oriented companies through the corporate finance process, beginning with seed stage private placements, continuing through growth stage private financing and concluding with a reverse merger or public offering. Mr. Petersen is a 1979 graduate of the Notre Dame Law School and a 1976 graduate of Arizona State University. He was admitted to the Texas Bar Association in 1980 and licensed to practice as a CPA in 1981. From January 2004 through January 2008, he was securities counsel for and a director of Axion Power International, Inc. a small public company involved in advanced lead-acid battery research and development.



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Comments

Thanks Charles,

I appreciate the kind words and the chance to write for AltEnergyStocks. My focus is a lot narrower than yours and Tom's, but I like to think my experience in the storage sector can be useful to investors. Unlike many bloggers, I really appreciate a back and forth discussion with readers and think the comments are frequently more interesting than the articles. I think I work from a pretty solid knowledge base, but am always ready to learn more and more than willing to change my opinions based on new facts. Let's have some fun together!

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