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Nasdaq to delist Blue Earth; former DOE secretary resigns from board

NASDAQ on April 7 said it will delist the common stock of , according to a Form8-K filed on the same day.

The company, based in San Francisco, provides energy efficiencyand renewable energy solutions to small and midsize commercial and industrial consumers.

Blue Earth's stock was suspended and has not traded on Nasdaqsince March 28. The delisting will take effect 10 days after the Form 25 is filedwith the SEC.

Meanwhile, Blue Earth on April 2 received the resignation ofBill Richardson, U.S. secretary of energy and former New Mexico governor, from thecompany's board of directors, effective immediately. There was no disagreement withthe company on any matter, according to the filing.