Solar Night Industries Added to the Ludlow Energy SmallCap Index

Solar Night Industries (OTC Pink Sheets: SLND.PK), a manufacturer and distributor of innovative solar energy products, announced today that the company has been added as a component of the Ludlow Energy SmallCap Index (http://www.ludlowcapital.com/indices/energy/smallcap.html).

St. Louis, MO (USA) August 10, 2006 - Solar Night Industries (OTC Pink Sheets: SLND.PK), a manufacturer and distributor of innovative solar energy products, announced today that the company has been added as a component of the Ludlow Energy SmallCap Index (http://www.ludlowcapital.com/indices/energy/smallcap.html).

"We are pleased to be included in the Ludlow Energy SmallCap Index", stated Jason Loyet, President of Solar Night Industries. "As we continue to enact our business plan and grow the company it is important for investors to visualize how Solar Night Industries fits in with other firms in the renewable energy sector. Our company is dedicated to offering the best in class solar products for green builders, contractors, architects and consumers. This listing is a key to creating investor awareness to the potential of small cap clean energy stocks."
Solar Night Industries is among 41 companies that are specializing in the expanding alternative energy field included in the Ludlow Energy SmallCap Index.

About Ludlow Energy SmallCap Index
The Ludlow Energy SmallCap Index is a basket of US traded small cap alternative energy stocks. The Index provides both institutional and individual investors a gauge for tracking the day-to-day performance of small cap alternative energy stocks. The index is designed for investors who have a long-term bullish outlook on the renewable and alternative energy market. The Ludlow Energy SmallCap Index is owned and operated by Ludlow Energy Fund, Inc., based in New York City. www.ludlowcapital.com/indices/

About Solar Night Industries, Inc.
Solar Night Industries, Inc., based in St. Louis, Missouri (USA), is a global manufacturer and distributor of innovative solar products. The company was founded by technology, manufacturing, and sales executives with extensive industry experience and proven track records of success. The company has operations in St. Louis, Missouri and Sarasota, Florida, with affiliate offices in Mainland China. The company is developing products for consumer, business, and government markets. For more information, please visit http://www.SolarNightStore.com.

Safe Harbor Statement

This press release contains forward-looking statements which are made in reliance upon the "Safe Harbor" provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Actual results could differ materially from the statements expressed or implied herein due to a variety of factors including, but not limited to: the development of Solar Night Industries' solar cell technology and solar solutions, ability to secure additional financing, the successful marketing and distribution of Solar Night Industries' products market acceptance of Solar Night Industries' products and technology, competition and timing of projects and trends in the solar industry, as well as other factors. The forward looking statements contained herein are made only as of the date of this press release, and Solar Night Industries undertakes no obligation to publicly update such forward looking statements to reflect subsequent events or circumstances.

CONTACT:
Solar Night Industries, Inc.
Jason Loyet, President
ceo@solarnightindustries.com
314.922.0154

Lou Gordon Associates
212 219 7777

Contact:
Ludlow Energy Index
Gerry Salazar
Tel.: +1-718-855 - 8451

Tom Bustamante,
President and CEO
Ludlow Capital, Inc.
Phone: (646) 670-6494
Fax: (707) 667-7975
Email: tom@ludlowcapital.com

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