August 19, 2008
Titan Energy Worldwide, Inc. To Supply Emergency Power Systems for Two Minneapolis Hotels
Titan Energy Worldwide, Inc.(OTCBB: TEWI) announced today that its subsidiary, Titan Energy Systems, has been awarded contracts to supply emergency generator systems to two major hotels in downtown Minneapolis. Titan Energy Systems is a full line sales and service provider of power generation equipment with headquarters in Minnetonka, Minnesota.
The first contract was for a 400kW emergency engine generator to be installed at the newly constructed Embassy Suites hotel located in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, an inner suburb of Minneapolis. Manufactured by Generac Power Systems of Waukesha, Wisconsin, the Embassy Suites backup system is designed to provide emergency power to the 175-room hotel. In addition, Titan Energy Systems announced the delivery of a 250kW power system to the twenty-five story downtown Minneapolis Hilton Hotel. The Hilton's emergency power system is being installed as renovations are nearing completion on this 821 room hotel, including the 24,780 sq ft Minneapolis Ballroom, the largest hotel ballroom in the State.
More information on Titan Energy Systems and its product line can be found at www.titanenergysystems.com.
About Titan Energy WorldWide, Inc.
Titan Energy is a leader in the manufacturing, marketing and servicing of energy generation products and services, a major participant in the distributed, renewable, and alternative energy industries, and a leader in development and support for new energy-related technology. Founded in 2005, Titan combines engineering expertise, established sales and distributorships, service operations and unique strategic partnerships to meet the growing global demand for clean, efficient, energy solutions. Titan serves disaster recovery first responders, relief agencies, homeland security, the department of defense and municipalities. For more information, visit the company's website at www.titanenergy.com.
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For more information about Titan Energy please contact: Julie Kane Titan Energy Worldwide, Inc. (248) 446-8557
SOURCE: Titan Energy Worldwide