SOURCE: Clean Green Energy LLC

November 11, 2008 17:30 ET

Clean Green Energy Selected for Las Vegas Schools Renewable Energy Program

BRIGHTON, MI--(Marketwire - November 11, 2008) - Clean Green Energy LLC (www.cleangreenenergyllc.com) has recently received notification from Clark County School District, Las Vegas, Nevada that it was selected to participate in Nevada's Renewable Energy at Schools Pilot Program in response to a 'Request For Proposal' (RFP) submitted on June 5, 2008.

Clark County School's have initially assigned four schools to Clean Green Energy and reserves the right to assign additional schools should they become available. The Renewable Energy at Schools Pilot Program is a ten school statewide demonstration for renewable energy systems installed and operated entirely at each school by Renewable Energy Providers.

Clean Green Energy's RFP response proposed an integrated renewable energy generation system within its Project EverGREEN Schools™ program to provide onsite economic renewable energy combined with an education program. The program's goal is to provide youth with a firsthand learning experience and an integrated curriculum to stimulate interest in renewable energy technologies and an early understanding of the stakes involved and the challenges and possibilities of a sustainable energy future.

Clean Green Energy's proposal is to sell onsite-generated renewable energy to each school under twenty- to thirty-year purchase agreements. The proposal outlined a reduction to each school's annual energy costs.

In addition, the proposal includes revenue sharing rebates estimated as $25,000 annually per school from the sale of renewable energy generation attributes to provide student scholarships and cover field trip expenses for students and teachers.

Bryan Zaplitny, President, Clean Green Energy, said, "We are very excited about this opportunity to demonstrate the economic and educational benefits of Project 'EverGREEN Schools™.' 'EverGREEN System(SM)' configurations will likely include three to five WindStor® vertical axis wind turbines at each school plus solar panels, storage devices, and other energy devices. Our team of engineers will begin assessment work at twelve schools on November 17th."

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