June 30, 2009
By: by Amy Steindler, Vice President, Prescient Marketing, LLC
Denver, Colorado - June 30, 2009 - BrightPhase Energy, the leading developer of solar appliances which reduce energy costs up to 50% for energy services companies (ESCOs) commercial and institutional building customers, announced today their selection by New Energy New York (NENY) to present at NENY's annual New Energy Symposium.
New Energy New York and the Energy & Environmental Technology Applications Center (E2TAC) at the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) will host the Fourth Annual New Energy Symposium July 8-9, 2009. This year's event will be held at the New York Academy of Science's premier office space at the World Trade Center in New York City, NY. More information on NENY can be viewed at http://www.neny.org/index.cfm
BrightPhase's co-founder and board director, Mr. Dave P. Buemi, will present the Company's hyper efficient PhotensityTM product features and benefits on Thursday, July 9th during the Clean Energy Investment Presentations segment.
BrightPhase CEO Tom Warda commented, "With commercial installations of our unique Photensity product underway, we are pleased to receive the continuous recognition of organizations like NENY and inclusion in their prestigious event."
About BrightPhase Energy: Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, BrightPhase Energy, Inc. is the leader in high performance solar energy appliances, which significantly reduce the cost of clean solar energy for building deployment. The Company's PhotensityTM product combines onsite solar electric (concentrating photovoltaic) and solar thermal generation with energy efficient daylighting technology in a compact, aesthetically neutral design. PhotensityTM enables building owners to save up to 50% on energy costs and provides solar project finance companies with internal rates of return in excess of 20% without the requirement of large government subsidies. For more information on the company, please visit: http://www.brightphaseenergy.com/.