TARGETED NEWS SERVICE OFFERS PRODUCT TO ENERGY SECTOR

Alternative energy news from the federal government and from the U.S. Congress available to you by e-mail.

WASHINGTON, March 21 -- Targeted News Service has developed a tool that allows businesses to receive, on a daily basis, all information from the U.S. Congress and the federal agencies that pertains to alternative energy, or any other energy sectors, based on key-word searches of its proprietary and unique data base.


Targeted News Service, in collaboration with HT Syndication, is engaged in gathering all public information in the form of news releases, speeches, statements and reports from the legislative and executive branches of the federal government.

Companies that have an interest in receiving this daily, by-subscription product can sign up by going to the targetednews.com web site, or by sending an e-mail with a request for additional information to Myron Struck, editor, at myron@targetednews.com.

"For a nominal charge, businesses with a pressing need to monitor federal agency information and watch trends can do so by signing up and checking their e-mail every morning," Struck said.

For more information, call 703/866-4708.

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