Green Energy Renewable Solutions Inc. is reorganizing as Cirque Energy Inc., a waste-to-energy operation.
The Detroit-based Cirque Energy filed several amendments to its articles of incorporation with the state of Florida. The amendments effectively changed the company’s name and approved several new directors to its board, the company said in a news release.
The new members are: Thomas Cote, director; Roger Silverthorn, chief financial officer; and Richard Fosgitt, vice president – technology and engineering.
Cirque focuses on waste stream optimization and distributed power generation projects. The company uses waste conversion and recycling technologies to reduce waste volume and produce renewable energy.
“Since the merger of Green Energy and Cirque Energy was announced in May, we have been working diligently to integrate all aspects of our respective organizations as quickly as possible,” said Joseph DuRant, Cirque CEO. “Completion of these final steps in the implementation of our merger allows Cirque Energy to move forward and establish a clear identity and strong presence in the waste-to-energy industry.”