Clenergen, Niskibi Power to supply 1,000 MW of renewable energy to First Nations communities

New York City, March 21, 2012 — Clenergen Corp. reached an agreement with Niskibi Power Corp. to supply up to 1,000 MW of renewable energy in partnership with the First Nations communities in Ontario and elsewhere in Canada.

The joint venture will capitalize on Clenergen’s exclusive relationships with biomass gasification and wind turbine manufacturers to supply power generation equipment below going North American market prices.

NPC has a considerable track record of work within First Nations communities in Ontario and explicitly recognizes the rights and traditions of First Nations within its corporate vision.

While engaged in the co-development of biomass, wind and hydropower generation in remote First Nations communities, Niskibi has focused its business efforts on finding power solutions that not only reduce cost, but also provide downstream commercial opportunities.

NPC has been active in Ontario First Nations communities for the past seven years, during which time the company expanded beyond the provincial borders. NPC is currently evaluating modular LNG power solutions as a cost effective alternative to diesel generated power plants in remote coastal regions of Canada.

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