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Maxim Power Corp. (Friday’s close $2.18) is based in Alberta, which is moving away from coal-based power generation and focusing on renewables and natural gas. Maxim is currently building its 204-megawatt natural gas-fired M2 power plant at Grande Cache, which is expected to begin operations by June to replace an existing facility. Insiders appear energized about the stock’s prospects and have spent a combined $720,420 picking up shares in the public market over the past 90 days. Recent buyers include director W. Brett Wilson, who bought 155,000 at $1.85.


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