SOURCE: Trendsetter Solar Products, Inc.

October 18, 2007 08:30 ET

Trendsetter Solar Products, Inc. CEO Dirk Atkinson Featured in Audio Interview on www.stockbully.com

FAIRHAVEN, CA--(Marketwire - October 18, 2007) - TrendSetter Solar Products, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: TSSP), an alternative energy manufacturing company of state-of-the-art solar hot water systems, solar hot water heating and storage systems, today announced that CEO Dirk Atkinson is presently featured in an audio interview on www.stockbully.com.

Mr. Atkinson discusses some details of recent company developments for the benefit of shareholders and the investment community alike. His focus is on two specific occurrences that are especially encouraging to the Company and the solar energy industry as a whole.

The CEO reports on TrendSetter's successful marketing and sales in home development segments that utilize solar thermal technology that can qualify homes for the ENERGY STAR® program. ENERGY STAR® is a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy helping homeowners and businesses save money and protect the environment through energy efficient products and practices. "These kinds of homes are perfect examples of how solar thermal technology is utilized and how this will play a important part in helping the environment as well as be very cost effective," stated Dirk Atkinson.

The other topic he talks about in the audio interview is about the recent landmark piece of legislation (Bill AB1470) signed October 12, 2007, by California Governor Arnold Schwarznegger creating the Solar Water Heating and Efficiency Act of 2007. This past August, the Company announced that it joined ten other companies in a Solar Water Heating Exhibit Event on the California State Capitol grounds in support of Bill AB 1740. Mr. Atkinson pointed out back then, "Bill AB 1470, will allocate $250 million of financial incentives for the installation of approximately 200,000 solar heating systems in California over the next ten years."

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About TrendSetter Solar Products, Inc.

TrendSetter Solar Products, Inc. is a quality manufacturer of solar hot water heating and storage systems in the United States. TrendSetter's solar hot water systems and storage tanks are uniquely positioned to serve the residential and commercial market. The Company offers a comprehensive range of solar water heating solutions, including solar radiant floor heating options, which are rated and qualify for the new federal energy tax credit program. A standard residential hot water heater emits approximately one and a half tons of carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide into the atmosphere. TrendSetter's solar hot water heating and storage systems are emissions free. As global warming and alternate and renewable energies become more of a concern, TrendSetter's products are one of the answers. Additional information can be seen at the Company's website www.trendsetterindustries.com.

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