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Sopogy Names Tal Ziv Director of Energy Economics

April 15, 2008


Date: 4/14/08
Subject: Sopogy names Tal Ziv Director of Energy Economics
Contact: Sher Komoda, Communications
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Sopogy names Tal Ziv Director of Energy Economics

Honolulu, HI – Sopogy, Inc. manufacturer of MicroCSP™ solar technologies announced the appointment of Tal Ziv as Director of Energy Economics. Based in the company’s Honolulu, Hawaii office, Ziv will oversee the leads in the project finance, structuring, financial analysis, and forecasting for Sopogy.

Prior to joining Sopogy, Tal was the Manager of Corporate Development and Planning at Alexander & Baldwin (NASDAQ: ALEX). Previously, Tal served as Business Development Manager, Global Business Development for GE Energy (NYSE: GE) GE’s largest industrial business with $22 billion of revenues in 2007. As manager for the business development/mergers and acquisition activities at GE Energy, Tal’s responsibilities included originating, executing and integrating inorganic growth initiatives. During his tenure at GE Energy a couple of the high profile transactions include the multi-billion dollar global alliance between the nuclear energy businesses of GE Energy and Hitachi, Ltd. and the acquisition of specialized pumping equipment for the gasification technology acquired from ChevronTexaco. Additionally, Tal led several strategic divestitures including the sale of GE Energy Rentals to Aggreko plc. Tal began his career as a Captain in the U.S. Air Force and was a command briefer for the Pacific Air Forces Headquarters.

Tal earned an MBA from the Shilder College of Business at the University of Hawaii, and holds a M.S from Texas A&M University, and a BS in Cornell University.

About Sopogy
Sopogy manufactures the innovative MicroCSP™ solar concentrator technology. MicroCSP™ uses optics and mirrors to focus and intensify the energy of the sun for electricity production, solar air conditioning and process heating. The technology uses traditional economics from large solar energy deployments to the industrial, commercial and utility sectors in a smaller more cost effective and robust package. Please visit www.sopogy.org for more information.

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