Salamon Group, Inc. (SLMU) Secures Public Sector Rooftop Solar Projects
LAS VEGAS, NV, Mar 29, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- SALAMON GROUP, INC. (OTCQB: SLMU) (PINKSHEETS: SLMU) said Wednesday that it has secured the rights to build solar power systems on the rooftops of 23 schools in Williamson County Tennessee. Salamon will immediately start building 3 solar power systems with an output of 200KW each, the first 3 school rooftops total 600KW. These three projects have total combined revenues of $3.3M over the life of the contract, and yield a levered IRR of approximately 25%. The Company plans to continue building out the remaining 20 rooftops later this spring.
CEO Michael Matvieshen stated, "We are excited to commence building solar power systems on these public sector rooftops, which is one of the Company's strategic solar verticals." Mr. Matvieshen continued, "The public sector buildings offer an enormous real-estate opportunity and are the most stable real estate asset to build solar power systems on, and they offer a tremendous potential for a project pipeline for the Company. We expect that our 'SolarPlus' go to market strategy will secure large solar project rights that will allow us to build quality infrastructure type assets with premium investment yields for the company."
About SALAMON GROUP
Salamon Group, Inc., through its Sunlogics Power Fund Management Inc. division, is a solar energy project company specializing in the construction, management and acquisition of renewable energy power projects. Sunlogics Power also looks to acquire assets and other companies in the solar and renewable energy space that are a strategic fit. Sunlogics Power is also a project-acquiring partner of Sunlogics Plc and its Subsidiary as well as other third party project developers. http://www.sunlogicspowerfund.com/
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