DCO Energy to Design/Construct/Install Solar at 7 Facilities throughout New Brunswick

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DCO Energy will design, build and begin operation of solar installations at seven major facilities throughout the City of New Brunswick. The facilities include three schools, parking decks and a water treatment facility, with the new high school becoming the first facility to open and generate electricity.

New Brunswick is a leader in utilizing solar technology to lower energy costs, save money and reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions

DCO Energy LLC has signed an EPC agreement with MCS Energy Partners, an implementing partner of NBS Energy Partners.

DCO Energy will design, build and begin operation of solar installations at seven major facilities throughout the City of New Brunswick. The facilities include three schools, parking decks and a water treatment facility, with the new high school becoming the first facility to open and generate electricity.

As part of the design, DCO Energy is providing local viewing stations so students and residents can see real time generation of electric power from the solar installations and learn more about renewable energy. All seven facilities will be operational by the end of 2010.

The amount of electricity generated by these facilities annually would power over 3,700 homes. This installation has been noted as one of the largest multi-building installation in New Jersey.

"New Brunswick is a leader in utilizing solar technology to lower energy costs, save money and reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions," said Frank DiCola, President of DCO Energy. "DCO Energy is proud to assist in this effort through the design and construction of these 7 solar facilities."

About DCO Energy
DCO Energy is a leader in the clean energy movement. DCO Energy's mission is laser-focused - to develop Central Utility Facilities, Cogeneration, and Distributed Generation Plants for the purpose of allowing our customers to receive the lowest possible energy cost with the highest energy efficiency possible. DCO offers the flexibility of structuring the transaction as a design, develop, build, own and operate [off-balance sheet] or develop, design, build and transfer. DCO has been working on clean energy cogeneration/combined heat and power projects for two decades. Please visit http://www.dcoenergy.com for more information.

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