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Representative Frank Guinta (R-NH) Tours FlexEnergy Inc’s New Hampshire Turbine Manufacturing Facility

November 29, 2011

Rep. Guinta and Former EPA Administrator Dr. Stephen Johnson Visit FlexEnergy’s Facility as Part of Granite State Jobs Initiative

PORTSMOUTH, N.H., Nov. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Today, FlexEnergy Inc (www.flexenergy.com) an energy technology company which designs and manufactures innovative systems capable of producing continuous energy with near-zero emissions from a broad range of sources, welcomed U.S. Representative Frank Guinta (R-NH) to its turbine manufacturing plant in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. FlexEnergy’s facilities at Pease International Tradeport serve as a growing local job source for New Hampshire residents, and continue to expand in order to support increasing customer demand for FlexEnergy products. Rep. Guinta was joined by former U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Dr. Stephen Johnson, who is a FlexEnergy board member and investor, and Joe Perry, FlexEnergy CEO, to tour the plant and discuss his ongoing “Getting Granite Staters Back to Work” jobs initiative. FlexEnergy is a leading developer of turbines that offer both energy generation and pollution control by converting natural gas and methane into clean electricity.

“I am pleased to be here today at FlexEnergy’s facility, witnessing firsthand the significant steps the company is taking not only in helping our nation get closer to energy independence, but in creating and sustaining real American jobs that will help improve our local economy and keep it strong,” said Rep. Guinta.

“FlexEnergy was honored to have Representative Guinta visit our manufacturing plant today,” said Joe Perry, FlexEnergy CEO. “Our company has seen tremendous growth in the past 12 months and as this pattern continues, we will consistently tap into the existing base of New Hampshire skilled labor.”

FlexEnergy manufactures turbines with the lowest emissions and widest fuel flexibility. The energy-efficient Flex TurbineTM MT250 is the leader in its class with hundreds of thousands of field operating hours burning methane or natural gas. The company’s Flex Powerstation(TM) FP250 is the only system that offers both pollution control and energy generation. The company recently launched its first commercial deployment of the Flex Powerstation(TM) FP250 system in November 2011 at the Department of Defense’s (DoD) Fort Benning, GA Army post. The system at Fort Benning converts previously wasted methane into 250 kW of near-zero emissions renewable electricity.

For more information on FlexEnergy, please visit www.flexenergy.com.

About FlexEnergy Inc:

FlexEnergy Inc (www.flexenergy.com) is the developer of the world’s cleanest energy platforms, transforming one of the world’s largest sources of greenhouse gases (low quality methane) from a source of pollution into a clean energy source. FlexEnergy Inc manufactures a product line of turbines with the lowest emissions and widest fuel flexibility. The energy-efficient Flex TurbineTM MT250 is the leader in its class with hundreds of thousands of field operating hours burning methane or natural gas. The Flex PowerstationTM FP250 with the patented thermal oxidizer is the only turbine which offers both pollution control and energy generation. FlexEnergy Inc is headquartered in Irvine, Calif. with manufacturing and service facilities in Portsmouth, N.H. and Mocksville, N.C.

For more information, visit www.flexenergy.com.

FlexEnergy Inc Investors include SAIL Capital Partners, a cleantech investment firm with unique global insight into technologies, markets and opportunities (www.sailcapital.com), and RNS Capital Partners, a closely held private equity firm with investments in energy services, clean technology and education (www.rnscapitalpartners.com).

SOURCE FlexEnergy Inc.


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