SOURCE: SolarBrook Water & Power Corp.

April 20, 2010 09:00 ET

SolarBrook Water and Power Receives Sea Grant

CARY, NC--(Marketwire - April 20, 2010) - SolarBrook Water and Power Corporation (SolarBrook) (PINKSHEETS: SLRW) developer, manufacturer and marketer of water quality and clean power products, announced today they had been approved by the "FISHERY RESOURCE GRANT PROGRAM."

North Carolina Sea Grant and NC State University will oversee the grant to study ozone use in lagoons, and will evaluate "Efficient Water Oxygenation and Purification for Aquaculture." SolarBrook will gather data on pond dissolved oxygen (DO) levels, algae control, energy consumption, water reuse, and food to mass conversion rates in the test fish. Located at NCDA Plymouth Facility, where control ponds will be evaluated alongside the SolarBrook ponds, and in Aurora, NC, where SolarBrook's system will be tested in an actual production facility. 

"We are pleased to have the opportunity this grant provides to confirm our field studies by a third independent party," comment George Moore, CEO of SolarBrook Water.

About SolarBrook Water and Power Corporation

SolarBrook Water and Power Corporation, headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, maintains a core focus of seeking out synergistic acquisitions that will provide capital appreciation and income for its portfolio companies. The mission of SolarBrook is to acquire and develop innovative technologies and businesses that will improve the quality of water throughout the world by means of detection, treatment and removal of contaminants. SolarBrook also seeks to provide integrated clean power alternatives for remote and off-grid systems, further expanding market potential.

For more information, please visit www.solarbrookwaterandpower.com 

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