SOURCE: Titan Energy Worldwide

July 14, 2008 10:28 ET

Titan Energy Worldwide Announces Three New Orders to Supply Emergency Power Systems

MINNETONKA, MN--(Marketwire - July 14, 2008) - Titan Energy Worldwide (OTCBB: TEWI) announced today that its subsidiary, Titan Energy Systems, has been awarded three new contracts to supply commercial emergency power systems to customers in Iowa, Wisconsin & Minnesota. Titan Energy Systems is a full line sales and service provider of power generation equipment with headquarters in Minnetonka, Minnesota and satellite offices in Nebraska and Iowa.

The purchase orders are expected to contribute $138,760 in revenues that will be realized when the completed systems are shipped.

Titan has received an order for two 200kW diesel generator standby units to supply emergency power to the Sara Lee Foods facility located in Storm Lake, Iowa. These systems incorporate a 6.8 liter diesel engine supplied by Generac Power Systems, Inc. of Waukesha, Wisconsin and will be installed outdoors in a sound attenuated weather-proofed enclosure. These engine generators can run for 24 hours without refueling their 438 gallon double walled fuel tank. Both systems outputs will be 240 volts, controlled by Generac GTS automatic transfer switches, rated at 1000 amp.

Titan has also received an order to supply emergency power to the University of Wisconsin - Superior campus library, the Jim Dan Hill Library, as part of a major renovation project starting in July of 2008. Titan will supply a natural gas 130kW standby generator system manufactured by Generac Power Systems. This unit will be installed outdoors in a Level II Sound Enclosure for quiet operation and powered by a 6.8 liter natural gas engine. There will be (2) 150 amp GE/Zenith automatic transfer switches installed with the unit to continually monitor the incoming utility to quickly restore power should an outage occur.

In addition, Titan Energy Systems received an order for a natural gas 35 kW emergency power system to the Chu Vision Institute of Edina, Minnesota. The standby unit will supply back up power to the state-of-the-art eye center, and per code, will provide emergency power to the medical facility within 10 seconds of an outage.

About Titan Energy Worldwide, Inc.

Titan Energy is a leader in the manufacturing, marketing and servicing of energy generation products and services, a major participant in the distributed, renewable, and alternative energy industries, and a leader in the development and support for new energy-related technology. Founded in 2005, Titan combines engineering expertise, established sales and distributorships, service operations and unique strategic partnerships to meet the growing global demand for clean, efficient, energy solutions. Titan serves disaster recovery first responders, relief agencies, homeland security, the department of defense and municipalities. For more information, visit the company's website at

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  • For more information about Titan Energy please contact:
    Julie Kane
    Titan Energy Worldwide, Inc.
    (248) 446-8557