SolarSeal vies for the top Renewable Energy award of 2007

SolarPower Restoration Systems' unique new SolarSeal Technologies' has been chosen as a finalist in the Renewable Energy category of the 2007 California Clean Tech Open

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Michael Gumm
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SolarSeal vies for the top Renewable Energy award of 2007

SolarPower Restoration Systems' unique new SolarSeal Technologies' has been chosen as a finalist in the Renewable Energy category of the 2007 California Clean Tech Open.

Seminole, FL: SolarPower Restoration Systems' SolarSeal Technology', which transforms any flat surface into an efficient photovoltaic cell, has been named as one of nine finalists in the Renewable Energy category of the 2007 California Clean Tech Open.

"The nomination at the California Clean Tech Open is a huge honor for us, proving that SolarSeal is truly a viable, exciting energy source for our age," says Michael Gumm of SolarPower Restoration Systems. "SolarSeal is a competitive contender, promising a stream of green, efficient, inexpensive energy."

The patent-pending SolarSeal Technologies, developed by SolarPower Restoration Systems (available online at http://www.solarpower-restoration.com), innovatively combines elastomeric coatings with any flexible or thin film Photovoltaic (PV) module. This enables architects, contractors and business owners to apply SolarSeal over new and existing roofs, walls, concrete and other flat building envelope surfaces.

When applied, the SolarSeal film forms a monolithic, seamless, waterproof and weatherproof surface, requiring low installation and maintenance costs. The efficiency of SolarSeal in tapping renewable solar energy also helps to slash electricity expenses for households and businesses.

The California Clean Tech Open (available online at http://www.cacleantech.com) encourages the development of clean technology companies that foster a healthy natural environment companies that provide environmental benefits in the areas of renewable energy, energy efficiency, pollution reduction and resource protection and conservation.

By giving winners early-stage capital and expertise, the competition speeds clean technologies from lab to market. The 2007 Open is supported by major corporations like Google, Lexus, AMD, the ENVIRON Foundation, Ernst & Young, and PG&E.

"The California Clean Tech Open convenes the state's best and brightest minds to develop technological solutions to some extremely complex and important problems. This is a competition with no losers - all of California, and the rest of the world, benefit when natural resources are used more efficiently."
- Art Rosenfeld, California Energy Commissioner



About SolarPower Restoration Systems, Inc.

SolarPower Restoration Systems, Inc. creates innovative photovoltaic application technologies for Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) systems and large scale Photovoltaic Power (PV) Array Systems over concrete and other surfaces. SolarPower Restoration System's proprietary SolarSeal Technologies' (patent pending) combines elastomeric coatings with any thin film Photovoltaic (PV) module over all material surfaces forming a monolithic, seamless, waterproof and weatherproof system that generates renewable energy from the sun. For more information, please visit http://www.solarpower-restoration.com.

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