Hover Energy Announces Kelly Cope as General Counsel

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Mr. Cope brings more than 20 years of energy law experience to the Company

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His experience in both the domestic and international energy markets is invaluable at a time when we are finalizing contracts that lay the foundation for our expansion.

Hover Energy, LLC (“Hover” or the “Company”) announced today that Kelly Cope will act as General Counsel for the company. Mr. Cope brings more than 20 years of direct experience to the role. Previously, he served as General Counsel and a Corporate Officer of Reliance Holdings USA, Inc. and Counsel for Devon Energy’s largest division covering the central United States. He also held the role of General Counsel and Vice President, Business for Santa Fe Snyder, which became Devon Indonesia. Mr. Cope also served as General Counsel, LNG for Unocal Indonesia.

He received a J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law, a B.B.A. in Business Administration at Texas Tech University, and completed international studies at Queen Mary Westfield and the London School of Economics.

“We are very pleased to have Kelly overseeing our contracts and legal matters,” commented Albert McLelland, Chief Executive Officer of Hover. “His experience in both the domestic and international energy markets is invaluable at a time when we are finalizing contracts that lay the foundation for our expansion.”

About Hover Energy, LLC

Hover Energy, LLC possesses a transformative wind power generation technology. The Company expects to remake the onsite wind energy market by providing an impactful wind power solution with high energy density and a wide range of applications, including the built environment. Additional information is available at http://www.hoverenergy.com.

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