SOURCE: Enviromission LTD

January 31, 2007 09:30 ET

Solar Tower Site Pre-Feasibility Underway on Native American Land

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 31, 2007 -- Pre-feasibility assessment of a site earmarked for Solar Tower development is underway on Native American land located in the tri-State region of Arizona, California and Nevada.

EnviroMission (PINKSHEETS: EVOMY), in collaboration with the Aha Macav Power Service (AMPS), is now gathering meteorological data for a pre-feasibility study to assess site viability for Solar Tower development within the reservation.

Weather station technology installed at the Reservation will provide localized data to confirm regional solar radiation levels up to 2700 kwm2; levels considered to be extremely favorable for Solar Tower operation.

Prospects for development are positive based on the expected solar radiation results along with general site characteristics and strong local support.

Development of a Solar Tower within the reservation will enable AMPS to supply green sustainable energy to the reservation with surplus export potential into the lucrative California and Nevada markets via transmission lines located within the reservation's boundaries.

Mr William Cyr, General Manager of the Aha Macav Power Service, believes Solar Tower power station operation within the reservation "should provide positive commercial opportunities for AMPS from large-scale indigenous renewable electricity generation.

"Development of a Solar Tower power station within the reservation will access existing electricity transmission infrastructure that is well located to dispatch electricity to all bordering States," Mr. Cyr said.

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EnviroMission is a renewable energy developer and innovator of commercially viable large-scale power generation driven by solar radiation for zero greenhouse gas emissions.

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