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Ticker Symbol Change to QTMM Effective 4/13/2010

Hague Corporation Completes Name Change to Quantum Materials Corporation

Tempe, AZ | Posted on April 13th, 2010

Hague Corporation today announced it has changed its name to "Quantum Materials Corporation" to better reflect its nanotechnology business. The company also announced that effective Tuesday April 13, 2010 it changed its ticker symbol from HGUE to QTMM. The ticker symbol Change will be effective with the start of trading on Tuesday morning, April 13, 2010. Quantum Materials Corporation is the parent company of Solterra Renewable Technologies, Inc., (Tempe, Arizona) a solar technology and quantum dot manufacturing company.

Dr. Bob Glass, CTO expressed excitement at the name change. "We are pleased to announce the change of our name to Quantum Materials Corporation, as it more accurately reflects the nature of our business as a leader in nanotechnology. Through our subsidiary, Solterra Renewable Technologies, Inc., we will expand the manufacturing and deployment of sustainable, low cost high potential tetrapod quantum dot solar technology."

Dr. Glass, a well-known futurist, continued, "Additionally, Quantum Materials Corporation will focus on the development of a variety of nanotechnologies that are enabled through our proprietary tetrapod quantum dots, and will continue to establish significant nanotech IP. In the near future, you can expect to see major breakthroughs by launching lab-derived nanotechnology into full manufacturing cycles resulting in the improvement of a broad range of industrial markets. These include, for example, biology and biomedicine; computing and memory; electronics and displays; optoelectronic devices such as LEDs, lighting, and lasers and optical components used in telecommunications; fuel cells; and security applications such as covert identification tagging or biowarfare detection sensors. After 25 years of lab experiments, timing is perfect for the commercialization of this innovative technology! Quantum Materials Corporation is laying the groundwork in advanced technology through quantum dots so that these improvements beneficially improve our way of life."

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About Quantum Materials Corporation
Quantum Materials Corporation has a steadfast vision that advanced technology is the solution to global issues related to cost, efficiency and increasing energy usage. Quantum dot semiconductors enable a new level of performance in a wide array of established consumer and industrial products, including low cost flexible solar cells, low power lighting and displays and biomedical innovations. Quantum Materials Corporation will invigorate these markets through cost reduction by replacing lab based experiments with volume manufacturing methods to establish a growing line of innovative high performance products.

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American Capital Ventures
305.918.7000

www.amcapventures.com

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