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Crescent Fund, LLC.

Trump Building

67 40 Wall Street, 22nd 61st Floor New York, NY 10005

T: 212.509.3060 F: 212.509.3106

www.crescentfund.com









December 14, 2005September 21, 2005August 29, 2005







Dear,





I would like to introduce you to my latest client company that has exceptional growth potential: Laidlaw Energy (LLEG), founded in 1999, with the objective of pursuing development and acquisition opportunities in the distributed power generation sector. In addition to acquisitions, LLEG has developed the strategy of converting small fossil fuel fired facilities with dedicated steam hosts to alternative fuel sources – an innovative strategy recognized by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) when it recently awarded Laidlaw Energy its maximum grant award for a demonstration project of $1 million dollars, along with three other projects submitted by Fortune 500 applicants Siemens, Northern Power and the New York Times Company.



Laidlaw Energy has a strong management team, with nearly 100 years of combined energy industry experience. LLEG’s plant manager and project engineer have been involved with LLEG’sthe Ellicottville facility since it commenced operations in 1990 and LLEG’s project manager has over 20 years of wood biomass experience and holds a patent on close-coupled wood gasification. Moreover, LLEG will be assisted via its partnership with NYSERDA., transactions and investments with major financial institutions, corporate and municipal clients, as well as high net worth individuals.



Laidlaw Energy Group Inc. requires additional financing in order to achieve its core strategy objectives for calendar years 2005 – 2007 and rapidly commercialize its organic efforts while seeking exceptional acquisition opportunities. We are currently presenting Laidlaw Energy Group Inc. to the professional investment community. If there is any interest on your part, I would be pleased to provide you with more comprehensive information on Laidlaw Energy Group Inc. for your review and consideration. I also invite you to browse Laidlaw Energy Group Inc.’s website at www.nyerng.com for more information at your earliest convenience. Thank you for your interest and I will plan to follow up with you in the very near future.

I would like to introduce you to my latest client company that has exceptional growth potential: Laidlaw Energy (LLEG), founded in 1999, with the objective of pursuing development and acquisition opportunities in the distributed power generation sector. In addition to acquisitions, LLEG has developed the strategy of converting small fossil fuel fired facilities with dedicated steam hosts to alternative fuel sources – an innovative strategy recognized by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) when it recently awarded Laidlaw Energy its maximum grant award for a demonstration project of $1 million dollars, along with three other projects submitted by Fortune 500 applicants Siemens, Northern Power and the New York Times Company.



Laidlaw Energy has a strong management team, with nearly 100 years of combined energy industry experience. LLEG’s plant manager and project engineer have been involved with LLEG’s Ellicottville facility since it commenced operations in 1990 and LLEG’s project manager has over 20 years of wood biomass experience and holdshold a patent on close-coupled wood gasification. Moreover, LLEG will be assisted via its partnership with NYSERDA.



Press Release



PR Newswire (Tue, Sep 6) Laidlaw Energy Group, Inc. Provides Update on New York Renewable Energy Project



Laidlaw Energy Group Inc. requires additional financing in order to achieve its core strategy objectives for calendar years 2005 – 2007 and rapidly commercialize its organic efforts while seeking exceptional acquisition opportunities. We are currently presenting Laidlaw Energy Group Inc. to the professional investment community. If there is any interest on your part, I would be pleased to provide you with more comprehensive information on Laidlaw Energy Group Inc. for your review and consideration. I also invite you to browse Laidlaw Energy Group Inc.’s website at www.nyerng.com for more information at your earliest convenience. Thank you for your interest and I will plan to follow up with you in the very near future.





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Jeff Stone,

Managing Director







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Investor Relations:

Crescent Fund, LLC.

67 Wall Street 22nd FL New York NY 10005

T: +1 212.509.3060

Website: www.crescentfund.com



Transfer Agent:

American Registrar & Transfer Co.,

Salt Lake City, UT 84111




























Crescent Fund LLC

Presents

Laidlaw Energy Group Inc. (LLEG)

90 John Street, 4th FL New York, NY 10038

Tel: +1-212-480-8400 Fax: +1-212-480-8848

Website: www.nyerng.com

Corporate Management:

President: Michael B. Bartoszek

Vice President: Edward D Meyers

Outstanding: 15,505,530 2002-10-01

Public Float: 1,792,534

Shareholders: approximately 100

52 High: .5500 52 Low: .05



Investor Relations:

Crescent Fund, LLC.

Trump Building

40 Wall Street 61st FL New York NY 10005

T: +1 212.509.3060

www.crescentfund.com

Transfer Agent:

American Registrar & Transfer Co.,

Salt Lake City, UT 84111



LAIDLAW ENERGY GROUP’S EXECUTIVE SUMMARY



Laidlaw Energy (LLEG), founded in 1999, is a developer of clean energy projects. Specifically, Laidlaw Energy develops independent power plants that provide electricity to the local utility grid and steam for direct end users and which use a "renewable" or environmentally superior fuel source.



The objective of Laidlaw Energy is that of pursuing development and acquisition opportunities in the distributed power generation sector. In addition to acquisitions, LLEG has developed the strategy of converting small fossil fuel fired facilities with dedicated steam hosts to alternative fuel sources – an innovative strategy recognized by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) when it recently awarded Laidlaw Energy its maximum grant award for a demonstration project of $1 million dollars, along with three other projects submitted by Fortune 500 applicants Siemens, Northern Power and the New York Times Company. A copy of Governor George Pataki’s press release announcing the grant can be found by clicking here.



Projects



Laidlaw Energy’s first fuel conversion project is an innovative renewable energy project located in Cattaraugus County, New York. The renewable energy project involves the conversion of the Laidlaw Energy & Environmental natural gas cogeneration facility to utilize clean “wood biomass” or wood chips as its fuel source. Upon completion of the conversion to wood biomass, the facility will generate approximately 7 megawatts of electric output, of which approximately 6 megawatts will be exported to the grid pursuant to a long- term contract with the local utility. The remaining 1 MW will be utilized at the facility by a related lumber business, that will also use the excess heat and steam from the generation facility in order to custom kiln dry hardwood lumber. Aside from the production of green energy and the creation of a significant number of well-paying jobs, the conversion of this facility to wood biomass will eliminate the use biomass will eliminate the use of approximately350 million cubic feet of natural gas per annum and neutralize the production of green house gases by the facility.



All wood biomass utilized by the Facility will be “clean, source separated, unadulterated wood waste”, consistent with New York Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) regulations. Such clean wood waste will mainly be comprised of ground pallets, whole tree chips, wood residue from local furniture manufacturers and other similar forms of wood waste. LLEG has worked closely with DEC during the development process of the fuel conversion project in order to ensure compliance with all applicable state and Federal environmental regulations.



Wood biomass is abundant in the Buffalo area where the plant is situated, since many local businesses generate a significant number of pallets that are used to receive, store and transport products. Many of these pallets end up in landfills or as a waste byproduct from remanufacturing. A substantial amount of wood chips are also generated from land clearing and as a waste product by furniture manufacturers and lumber mills. In order to capitalize on the abundant wood waste within close proximity to the Facility, LLEG has negotiated a long-term Fuel Supply Agreement with Cousineau Forest Products to provide wood chips for the Facility. Cousineau has been providing biomass boiler fuel to power plants and paper mills in the northeast for over 40 years. Headquartered in Strong, Maine, Cousineau is interested in expanding into Western New York and views a relationship with LLEG as a vehicle for that expansion. LLEG’s agreement with CFP, which provides for 100% of the Facility’s fuel requirement, also eliminates the need to manage numerous supply agreements with smaller wood chip sources, thus eliminating the pitfalls of dealing with smaller and potentially less reliable sellers.



Laidlaw Energy has a strong management team, with nearly 100 years of combined energy industry experience. LLEG’s plant manager and project engineer have been involved with the Ellicottville facility since it commenced operations in 1990 and LLEG’s project manager has over 20 years of wood biomass experience and holds a patent on close-coupled wood gasification. Moreover, LLEG will be assisted via its partnership with NYSERDA, transactions and investments with major financial institutions, corporate and municipal clients, as well as high net worth individuals.



Management



Michael B. Bartoszek – President and CEO: Mr. Bartoszek founded Laidlaw Energy in 1999 with the

objective of pursuing project development and acquisition opportunities in the distributed generation

sector. Mr. Bartoszek has been responsible for the day-to-day operations of Laidlaw Energy’s

Ellicottville, N.Y. cogeneration project since that time. Mr. Bartoszek is responsible for developing the

strategy of converting small fossil fuel fired facilities with dedicated steam hosts to alternative fuel

sources – an innovative strategy recognized by the New York State Energy Research and Development

Authority when it recently awarded Laidlaw Energy its maximum grant award for a demonstration project

of $1 million dollars, along with three other projects submitted by Fortune 500 applicants Siemens,

Northern Power and the New York Times Company. Prior to founding Laidlaw Energy, Mr. Bartoszek

was President and CEO of Laidlaw Capital Management, an investment and advisory firm he acquired

and spun off from W.R. Lazard & Co., where he served as interim CEO during the firm’s bankruptcy and

liquidation. Earlier, Mr. Bartoszek co-founded a project and corporate finance advisory group within a

boutique brokerage firm that successfully executed project financing, M&A, restructuring and corporate

financing transactions in the energy, manufacturing and various other sectors. Prior to that, Mr.

Bartoszek held various positions with Merrill Lynch, Bear Stearns, First Albany Corp. and Oppenheimer

& Co., where he managed relationships and worked on financing transactions and investments with major

financial institutions, corporate and municipal clients, as well as high net worth individuals.



Edward D. Meyers – Executive Vice President: Since 1999, Mr. Meyers has been assisting Mr. Bartoszek in the day-to-day operations of Laidlaw Energy’s Ellicottville, NY cogeneration facility and has also been engaged in pursuing the development of new projects for Laidlaw Energy. Prior to joining Laidlaw Energy, Mr. Meyers was a Managing Director with Laidlaw Capital Management, an investment and advisory firm. Earlier, Mr. Meyers spent over 30 years working for several brokerage firms in fixed income sales, including 18 years at Kidder Peabody where he was an equity holder. Prior to his career on

Wall Street, Mr. Meyers was an officer in the US Army.



Executive Compensation



The Company does not currently pay formal salaries to its executive management. Mr. Bartoszek is entitled to an annual salary of $120,000 plus bonus at the discretion of the Company’s Board of directors and to date has accrued part of the compensation to which he has been entitled and has forgiven part of it. Mr. Meyers is entitled to an annual salary of $50,000 of which he currently accrues 50% and is paid a consulting fee for certain work he does on behalf of the company of $2,125 per month. LLEG’s project development team members are paid consulting fees or hourly fees in connection with the work they perform in connection with the Company’s projects.



Laidlaw Energy Group Signs Definitive Agreement for Renewable Energy Project with New York State Energy



December 10, 2004 Laidlaw Energy Group, Inc. (Ticker Symbol: "LLEG") announced today that it has signed a definitive agreement with the New York State Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA) for a one million dollar grant awarded LLEG by NYSERDA earlier this year in connection with LLEG's Ellicottville, New York renewable energy project. The project involves the conversion of a natural gas fueled cogeneration plant into one that will solely utilize a renewable fuel source - clean wood chips. In addition to providing electricity to New York homes and businesses, the plant will also generate enough heat and power to operate an on-site hardwood lumber dry kiln operation. The grant funds will be used to partially fund the cost of converting the facility to wood fuel.


The Laidlaw Energy facility, which is comprised of both a 5 megawatt electric generation facility and a hardwood lumber kiln drying business, known as Quality Lumber Services, was forced to close in early 2003 due to the high price of natural gas. The conversion of the facility to clean wood fuel will not only allow the facility to re-open, but will also allow Laidlaw Energy to increase the plant's electric generation capacity to 7 megawatts - enough electricity for approximately 7,000 homes. The fuel conversion will also provide the additional energy needed to expand the facility's hardwood lumber drying capacity.

The excess heat resulting from the generation process will continue to be utilized by Quality Lumber Services to kiln dry hardwood lumber for numerous area mills, concentration yards and direct end users. The low cost of the heat from wood fuel that will be utilized by Quality Lumber Services will allow Quality Lumber to charge a very competitive price for its services as compared with kilns fueled by natural gas. By utilizing the heat from the wood fuel to both generate clean energy and to kiln dry hardwood lumber, this plant will achieve substantially greater efficiencies than stand-alone generation facilities. The facility's high rate of efficiency, coupled with its renewable fuel source, are believed to be among the key reasons the LLEG project was selected to receive NYSERDA's maximum grant award. Other recipients of this prestigious award include projects sponsored by Siemens, Northern Power and the New York Times Company.


In a letter to NYSERDA supporting the LLEG project, Kevin King, Executive Director of the Empire State Forest Products Association noted: “ESFPA is a strong supporter of biomass power plants utilizing low grade wood and wood residue, since markets for such products are critical to the economic health of New York's forest products industry. "

With respect to environmental matters, the plant is designed to meet and exceed all environmental regulations regarding air and water quality, noise, and traffic. Additionally, unlike fossil fuel fired facilities, the Laidlaw Energy facility will not contribute to the production of acid rain or global warming, since wood fuel contains no Sulfur and is widely considered to be CO2 neutral.

The plant currently holds a Title V air quality permit and will be required to obtain an air quality permit from the state of New York prior to the resumption of operations, which is expected to occur during the summer of 2005.


LLEG believes that its fuel conversion project can serve as a role model for other projects throughout the region, where renewable fuel sources used for electric generation can be coupled with the thermal needs of manufacturing businesses to result in high rates of efficiency and favorable economics. Such projects have the potential to serve as a driving force behind lower energy costs, reduced dependence on foreign oil and a cleaner environment, as well as the retention and creation of manufacturing jobs. Indeed, in a letter of support for the project to NYSERDA, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton referred to this project as: "smart for the environment, smart for our natural security, and smart for the local economy."







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Any opinions expressed herein reflect our judgment and are subject to change without notice. Neither the information nor any opinion expressed shall be construed as, or constitute to be, an offer to buy or sell securities, or any options futures or other derivatives related to such securities ("related investments"). This is not an investment recommendation. We are biased and not independent in this report. Laidlaw Energy Group Inc. has accumulated substantial deficits to date. The Company has reliance on loans from Officers and Directors. Please review their MD&A in the Company's latest Form 10KSB and Form 10QSB @ www.sec.gov. Detailed information on the securities is available. Crescent Fund LLC and it’s affiliate do own shares of Laidlaw Energy Group Inc. and intends to trade to their own accounts in securities of the issue. Although Crescent Fund, LLC. does not believe that it’s activities come within the purview of Section 17 (b) of the Securities Act of 1933, in an abundance of caution and in the intention of full disclosure, we call the readers attention to the fact that Crescent Fund, LLC. has been paid shares of 1,700,000 unrestricted common shares of Laidlaw Energy Group Inc. and will sell. Crescent Fund, LLC. Its officers, directors, affiliates or employees may have a long/short position in any securities of the issues. Crescent Fund, LLC. or its affiliates may from time to time perform services for or solicit investment banking or other business for Laidlaw Energy Group Inc.
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Laidlaw Energy began trading in 2001 at $2.00 a share and had continuously fallen since then. The stock last traded on November 17th at 8 cents.

Anyone foolish enough to invest in this would have more fun making a bonfire out of one dollar bills.


So Sarah are their any penny stocks you would recommend?

This post reminds me of when Mr Mad Money stated not to buy a company just because the name energy is in it.

LOL on your burn:)

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So Sarah are their any penny stocks you would recommend?


I like several junior mining stocks. I hesitate to recommend them here as they tend to be both highly volatile and rather risky. If you want to know what they are, you can PM me... Wink


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Sometimes "No guts no glory"


There is a FINE LINE between COURAGE and STUPIDITY.


(hehe, That needs to be a Despair, Inc. de-motivational poster.)

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I use to follow Mr Steak restraunt.

It went from 13 cents to 26 cents.

Then it went up some more.

I quit following it.

Eventually they went bankrupt:(

To bad because they were a great restraunt!!!!

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