August 14, 2008

Atlantic Energy Submits Proposal for Substantial Solar Project With LIPA

Atlantic Energy Solutions, Inc (OTC: AESO) has teamed up with one of the largest solar installation companies in the country today to bid on an over 5 mega watt solar energy plant to the Long Island Power Authority. Atlantic Energy Solutions, Inc. (AESO) will build and maintain this plant for over 20 years and sell all of the GREEN POWER generated back to the Long Island Power Authority. This equates to saving 10,800,000 kwh per year or taking 1,515 automobiles off the road per year, as well as planting the number of acres of trees equal to 3,139.

Tim Brock, CEO of Atlantic Energy Solutions, says that this marks for a whole new business model that will generate recurring earnings for Atlantic Energy Solutions, Inc. (AESO) and its shareholders for over 20 years.

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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