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Home > Press > Insight Management Corp.'s Simpson Brothers Greenhouses, Plans to Utilize Solar Nanotechnology in their Day-to-Day Greenhouse Production Operations

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Insight Management Corp. (OTC Markets: ISIM), a provider of sustainable solutions including solar and wind energy systems and eco-friendly prefabricated homes, reports that Simpson Brothers Greenhouses is planning to incorporate and utilize Insight Management solar nanotechnology products and superior technology in their day-to-day greenhouse production operations in Ovid, Michigan.

Insight Management Corp.'s Simpson Brothers Greenhouses, Plans to Utilize Solar Nanotechnology in their Day-to-Day Greenhouse Production Operations

New York, NY | Posted on November 21st, 2011

Simpson Brothers Greenhouses plans to utilize solar nanotechnology in their day-to-day greenhouse production operations. According to Dave Simpson, President of Simpson Brothers Greenhouse, "We are intending to use solar energy to help cut our production cost. In our operations, we have circulating fans that run continuously, I mean 24/7, 365 days a year non-stop. We believe by incorporating alternative energy sources to our production cost, we are doing our part as the world turns to the "green" movement."

Solar nanotechnology, is a superior cutting edge technology in the solar panel industry and is evolutionary in design, function and efficiency. This technology was acquired on March 28, 2011 by Insight Management from Power Nanotech. (Source: Insight Management Corporation Gaining New Technology through Acquiring PhotoVoltaic Solar Panel (PV) Patent Pending March 28, 2011). Insight Management's solar nanotechnology division will produce this innovative solar technology and bring it to the forefront of the global market. Simpson Brothers Greenhouse intends to take advantage of this solar technology as a model to test in the real world, anticipating a growth for this technology and all new products to be produced under Insight Management umbrella for the global marketplace.

Dave Simpson acknowledged, "I've looked at those circulating fans on a daily basis for years and have always thought to myself, if only we could cut the operating cost of those circulation fans that help dispel stagnant air in a greenhouse environment, we could save on our energy bill. I believe we have found a sustainable cost cutting energy solution by working side-by-side with our parent company's solar nanotechnology (which was recently acquired from Power Nanotech)."

Kevin Jasper, CEO of Insight Management Corp., commented: "By using our solar nanotechnologies (which was acquired from Power Nanotech on March 28, 2011), which is being developed under Insight Management purview, we can potentially help businesses and families all over the world save money and also add a hand in protecting the environment."

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About Insight Management Corp.
Insight Management Corp. is a growing provider of sustainable solutions including solar panel technology, wind turbine systems, wholesale plant distribution, and eco-friendly prefabricated homes and workspaces. The Company acquires environmentally focused businesses with innovative offerings, substantial revenues, established customers and proven management teams. Insight Management creates synergistic alliances, provides access to capital markets and capitalizes on the expertise of its subsidiaries to achieve company growth and value for shareholders.

This press release may contain forward looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. ISIM has tried to identify, whenever possible, these forward looking statements by the use of words such as "anticipates", "believes", "estimates", "expects", "plans", "intends", "potential", and similar expressions. ISIM believes these statements reflect the belief of management and are based upon information currently available. Accordingly, such forward looking statements may involve unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which could cause actual results, performance or completion of ISIM's business to differ materially from those expressed in or implied by such statements. ISIM undertakes no obligation to update or advise in the event of any change, addition, or modification to the information stated in this press release including such forward looking statements.

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