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Open Energy Corporation (OEGY) could benefit from $3.2 billion California Solar Initiative


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The US Department of Energy predicts world energy consumption will rise 71% by 2030. Meanwhile, the International Energy Agency forecasts the continued use of fossil fuels will cause global greenhouse gas emissions to increase by 55%. In these circumstances, the need for cheaper and cleaner energy source is evident. One solution, which provides economic, social and environmental benefits, is solar energy.

On January 12, 2006, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) took one monumental step by approving the largest funding initiative in the US solar energy’s history: the California Solar Initiative (CSI). The initiative creates a $3.3 billion, ten-year program to put solar on a million roofs in the state. California has set a goal to create 3000 MW of new, solar-produced electricity by 2017.

Open Energy Corporation (OEGY) could benefit from both California Solar Initiative and New Solar Homes Partnership program. OEGY is a renewable energy company focused on the development and commercialization of a portfolio of technologies capable of delivering low-risk and cost-competitive solar-based electricity. OEGY offers building-integrated PV roofing materials for commercial, industrial, and residential markets.

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