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: news du 24 janvier

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26 janv. 200800:30

Stellar Energy Installs 121 kW SolarSave(R) Membrane System on San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Facility
Thursday January 24, 8:00 am ET
Open Energy's products help the City meet renewable energy objectives


SOLANA BEACH, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Open Energy Corporation (OTCBB: OEGY - News) and Stellar Energy today announced the completion of a major solar electric installation for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC). The system is installed on the Water Department’s 20,500 square foot warehouse roof, using 270 SolarSave® Membrane Modules capable of generating over 121 kilowatts of dc power.



Open Energy’s Vice President of Membrane Sales, Howard Gomes, said, “This is our largest membrane project to date, and represents a very important endorsement of our commercial BIPV product line. We see a growing demand for high-performance, light weight, building integrated renewable energy solutions, and are thrilled that the PUC chose our product to help fulfill their renewable energy policy mandates.”

Chris Phipps, Stellar’s Director of Marketing, said, “Using innovative heat-welding technology, Open Energy’s solar membranes were integrated directly into the membrane roof surface of the building, without any racks or reinforcements required. The end result is as beautiful as it is functional. We look forward to working with Open Energy on future projects.”

About Open Energy Corporation

Open Energy Corporation is a renewable energy company focused on the development and commercialization of a portfolio of solar technologies capable of delivering cost-competitive power and related commodities on a global basis. Open Energy offers award-winning, building-integrated photovoltaic (PV) roofing systems for residential and commercial customers. Marketed under the trade name SolarSave®, the product line includes tiles, membranes, and architectural glass. The Company’s mission is to harness the power of the sun to deliver complete renewable energy solutions to its customers. For more information on Open Energy Corporation, please visit www.openenergycorp.com.

About Stellar Energy Solutions

Stellar Energy Solutions designs and installs innovative, large-scale renewable energy solutions nationwide. Balancing the energy, fiscal and architectural priorities of each client, Stellar has gained a reputation for superior customer service and accessibility. With access to the most advanced products available, in-house engineers, and financing solutions to meet the needs of both public and private sector enterprises, Stellar can provide immediate response for any client, no matter how unique.

About the Public Utilities Commission

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) is a dynamic City department that provides water, wastewater, and municipal power services. The Power Enterprise manages the SFPUC’s hydropower facilities, which supply electric power to municipal buildings, Muni cars and electric buses, street and traffic lights, and other facilities such as the General Hospital and San Francisco International Airport. The enterprise also manages power policy and energy services, and develops and installs renewable power systems and energy efficiency projects for municipal facilities. The SFPUC Power Enterprise was recently awarded a City Solar Award from the NorCal Solar Energy Association in the Large Cities category for the Amount of Watts installed in 2006. The SFPUC has over 2 megaWatts (MW) of installed capacity and is planning to install an additional 7 MW in 2008.

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