SOURCE: Solar Park Initiatives, Inc.

Solar Park Initiatives, Inc.

December 02, 2010 07:00 ET

Solar Park Initiatives, Inc. Signs Letter of Intent for 7 MW Project in Canada

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FL--(Marketwire - December 2, 2010) -  Solar Park Initiatives, Inc. (OTCBB: SOPV), a Florida-based solar energy company dedicated to utility and commercial solar park developments in North America, announced that it has signed a Letter of Intent for a 7 MW solar project in Ontario, Canada. The project, pending permitting, engineering, and financing, is estimated to generate up to $28M in revenue once completed.

David Surette, CEO of Solar Park Initiatives stated, "We continue to search for solar energy opportunities that fit into our business model. This project in Ontario is a good fit with our business plan and we anticipate it being one of many successful upcoming projects in North America."

Solar Park Initiatives, Inc. Business Strategy

Solar Park Initiatives intends to develop land for large utility scale solar photovoltaic ("PV") projects. The Company will provide engineering, procurement of products and construction ("EPC") via third party suppliers including its sister company Solar Energy Initiatives, Inc. SOPV will attempt to sell the resultant electrical production to various utilities and large commercial entities through a Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA"). The Company expects to provide energy savings to commercial and municipality users without any out of pocket engineering, procurement or construction ("EPC") costs to those users of energy.

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