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Clean Green Energy Advances Renewable Energy Program With Las Vegas Area School District

Clean Green Energy, LLC (CGE) advances forward with the Nevada Renewable Energy at Schools Pilot Program at the Clark County School District (CCSD) in Las Vegas.


A team of nine professionals engineering the project were in Las Vegas the week of November 17-21, 2008 and worked with CCSD facilities management, site engineering, and maintenance personnel. During this first of a series of scheduled trips to Las Vegas, the goal was to select specific sites for integrated solutions to rising energy costs. CCSD extended extraordinary cooperation to CGE professionals in supplying vital information necessary to facilitate a successful project.


Bryan Zaplitny, CGE President, said, "We are extremely excited about this Project EverGREEN Schools(TM) renewable energy program for the Clark County School District. We believe that this could become a model for all school systems as a cost cutting, green energy generation and education solution throughout North America. This extraordinary opportunity, in conjunction with the WindStor(R) vertical axis wind turbine installation in Ishpeming, Michigan, has resulted in numerous inquires worldwide about green energy solutions."


Mr. Zaplitny, also CEO of MTI Energy Management / Lighting Specialists, Inc., further added, "MTI continues to move forward with the completion of the Ishpeming, Michigan, Pioneer Bluffs Assisted Living Community's, WindStor(R) wind turbine project. We met with contractors on Friday, November 14, 2008 and significant progress was made with the fine tuning of the electrical system, which will be the hub of the turbine's wind generation capability. Engineers and electrical contractors are prepared to accept system components and begin final assembly operations in December 2008."

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