SolarWorld Names CGE Energy ‘Authorized Project Developer’ and Sign MOU to Collaborate on Solar Projects

Both CGE Energy and SolarWorld have made a commitment to inspire the next generation of energy innovators, and their YMCA partnership is an example of bringing cutting-edge technology to youth.

BRIGHTON, Mich.--SolarWorld Americas Inc., the largest U.S. crystalline-silicon solar manufacturer for 40 years, has given CGE Energy (MKBY. MKBY:OTCPink) the distinction of being an Authorized Project Developer of SolarWorld solar projects both nationally and internationally. By exclusively specifying SolarWorld's industry-leading solar products, CGE Energy will have company's support and backing in each energy project developed.


This Authorized Project Developer status follows the two companies' entering into a memorandum of understanding relationship to collaborate on the development, design and construction of solar photovoltaic (PV) projects at multiple YMCA facilities for the YMCA/JCC of Greater Toledo, as well as additional solar project collaborations across the nation.

Both CGE Energy and SolarWorld have made a commitment to inspire the next generation of energy innovators, and their YMCA partnership is an example of bringing cutting-edge technology to youth. Apart from this venture, CGE Energy is nearing completion of its pilot, Net Zero Energy Experience at YMCA Storer Camps in Jackson, Michigan. This is a first-of-its-kind total immersion learning environment focused on renewable energy and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education. SolarWorld annually challenges young scientists working in PV-related disciplines to vie for its research prize, the SolarWorld Junior Einstein Award.

Currently, CGE Energy and SolarWorld are engineering multiple large-scale solar PV systems across YMCA facilities in Michigan and Ohio.

About CGE Energy
CGE Energy is the leading engineer of no capital cost energy solutions. Headquartered in Brighton, Michigan, the company combines the optimal configuration of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies to meet their customers unique energy needs. Today the company serves customers in the U.S. and abroad, using energy technologies that include Cree LED lighting, their patented WIND•e20 wind turbine and SolarWorld solar generation. CGE Energy is now a publicly traded company. CGE will trade under the ticker symbol MKBY:OTCPink until FINRA approval of symbol change. http://www.cgeenergy.com

About SolarWorld
SolarWorld manufactures and sells high-tech solar power solutions and in doing so contributes to a cleaner energy supply worldwide. The group, headquartered in Bonn, Germany, employs approximately 3,500 people and carries out production in Freiberg, Germany; Arnstadt, Germany; and Hillsboro, Oregon. From raw material silicon to solar wafers, cells and modules, SolarWorld manages all stages of production ‒ including its own research and development. Through an international distribution network with locations in Europe, the USA, Singapore, Japan and South Africa, SolarWorld supplies customers all over the world. The company maintains high social standards at all locations across the globe, and has committed itself to resource- and energy-efficient production. SolarWorld was founded in 1998 and has been publicly traded on the stock market since 1999. More information at www.solarworld.com.

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