SunEdison and Constellation Energy sign renewable energy credit agreement

Beltsville, MD, Feb. 4, 2008 — SunEdison announced a 15-year agreement to sell Constellation Energy Commodities Group Inc., a subsidiary of Constellation Energy, an estimated four megawatts (MW) of solar renewable energy credits in Maryland.

When completed, the installations covered under this agreement will provide 30 percent of Maryland’s Renewable Portfolio Standard solar energy requirements in 2008, and almost 60 percent in 2009.

This long-term agreement will permit SunEdison to install solar systems on its customers’ properties, and the estimated four MW of facilities to be built will more than triple the capacity of solar generation operating in the state.

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