August 12, 2008

Atlantic Energy and KMB Consulting Begin Exclusive Agreement

Atlantic Energy Solutions, Inc. (OTC: AESO) and KMB Consulting of New York City have entered into an exclusive agreement to represent Atlantic Energy Solutions in the nursing home and healthcare industry in the New York City and Tri-state area. Atlantic Energy Solutions will team with KMB as they bring aboard clients that are in need of energy efficient facilities.

Ken Brown, President of KMB Consulting, is excited to have this opportunity to offer Atlantic Energy Solutions to the health care industry and feels that Atlantic Energy is a perfect fit to do that.

Atlantic Energy Solutions sees this partnership a new gateway to the health care and nursing home industry. Tim Brock, CEO of Atlantic Energy, enthusiastically believes that this is the beginning of many multi-million dollar projects in the Metropolitan New York and Tri-State area.

About Atlantic Energy Solutions Inc.

Atlantic Energy, founded in 1992, is a globally accredited Energy Efficiency and Resource Company and member of NAESCO ( that identifies, implements and finances energy efficiency projects designed to improve the overall efficiency of energy, water usage and renewable resources, reducing our dependency on foreign oil and diminishing our carbon footprint.

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