SOURCE: EnviroMission, Ltd.

February 27, 2008 11:35 ET

Solar Tower to Marvel on History Channel

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - February 27, 2008) - EnviroMission's (PINKSHEETS: EVOMY) Solar Tower marvels the imagination at History Channel's "Modern Marvels" program on February 28 at 11pm and February 29 at 3:00am.

"Modern Marvels" includes EnviroMission's Solar Tower technology in a series about environmental technologies and innovations 'designed to hold off global warming meltdown.'

Viewers can see how a Solar Tower power station will use energy from the sun to generate clean electricity and learn how clean electricity technologies, like Solar Towers, are key in the global challenge to global warming.

Solar Towers are planned for development in the south west corner of the US at locations with high to extreme levels of solar radiation to increase the economic and environmental benefits from the technology's marvelous renewable energy capability.

"EnviroMission values the inclusion of Solar Tower technology in the 'Modern Marvels Environmental Technologies II' series, because the program's viewers that stand to immediately benefit from the environmental benefits of the development of Solar Towers are the same viewers that can influence environmental decisions and outcomes for future generations using the information and experiences available to them today.

"The program will be an excellent opportunity for many people to see the iconic design of a Solar Tower for the first time and better understand how it will make clean power when it is developed in the US," EnviroMission Chief Executive, Roger Davey, said.

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