SOPOGY EXPANDS TO NEW SILICON VALLEY OFFICE

Sopogy, Inc. today announced the opening of a new office West Coast office located in California's Bay Area. The office will serve as home for the company's sales, marketing, customer support activities and California focused project management.

Honolulu, HI - Sopogy, Inc. developer and manufacturer of proprietary and highly efficient "MicroCSP'" concentrating solar power panels today announced the opening of a new office West Coast office located in California's Bay Area. The office will serve as home for the company's sales, marketing, customer support activities and California focused project management. The office will be led by Silicon Valley veteran and company Director of Corporate Development, Al Yuen PhD.


"Opening the West Cost Solar Solutions center is a major step forward for Sopogy. It helps us bring our technologies to the largest solar markets and allows us better service our rapidly growing customer base including the top Engineering Procurement and Contracting and Power Purchase Financing firms in the solar industry." Said Darren T. Kimura, President and CEO of Sopogy, Inc.

The Honolulu, Hawaii office continues to be the Company's corporate headquarters and is home for all executive, research, development, administrative and Hawaii focused project management and sales activities.

About Sopogy
Founded in 2005, Sopogy specializes in research, development and manufacturing of MicroCSP' solar technologies. MicroCSP' systems focus and intensifies solar energy using mirrors and optics to generate thermal energy. This process provides a 2x increase over traditional solar panels. Sopogy's integrated solar solution brings the proven economics of large utility solar energy systems to the industrial and commercial sectors in a durable, smaller and cost effective package. Please visit www.sopogy.com for more information.

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