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Solar Technology Company Takes New Name to Reflect Revolutionary New Ultra Thin Film Photovoltaic Products

Q1 NanoSystems Renamed Bloo Solar

WEST SACRAMENTO, CA | Posted on January 29th, 2008

Q1 NanoSystems, a West Sacramento renewable solar energy company, announced today the renaming of the company to Bloo Solar, and the simultaneous launch of its new website, www.bloosolar.com.

"The name change to Bloo Solar reflects the company's new look, and it represents Bloo's products which capture and convert more of the sun's power than anything available in the marketplace today," said Larry Bawden, President and CEO of Bloo Solar.

Bloo Solar products are made from ultra thin film photovoltaic materials. "Ultra thin films are the future of the solar industry. Bloo's products use 90% less material than current crystalline silicon based products, but produce much higher levels of clean, renewable energy from the sun", said Bawden. "The result is a solar panel that is far less costly to produce, making it available to everyone at a realistic price."

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About Bloo Solar
Bloo Solar is an ultra thin film renewable solar energy company located in West Sacramento, California. Bloo’s products utilize nano structured photovoltaic cells to increase the total daily power output of solar panels. Bloo’s products will reduce the cost of solar energy to that of existing fossil fuel based electricity sources. Bloo’s mission is to provide clean, safe, renewable energy at a price the world can afford.

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Contacts:
Bloo Solar
Mark Breunig
+1 916-799-2516 (media)
Vice President Business Development

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