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Clean Power Concepts Inc., based in Las Vegas, has launched a commercial projects division - to be known as Clean Power Projects - and is currently preparing new sales offices for the division in Vancouver, B.C., and Scottsdale, Ariz.

According to the company, its focus is to create a portfolio of activities in the solar, wind and hydro generation sectors. Clean Power Concepts anticipates that it will be fully engaged in implementing this business plan by the end of the second quarter of 2007.

"As we fulfill our plans to enter the retail space through supplier negotiations and retail acquisitions, we have come to realize that we need to satisfy the exploding need for the commercial use of solar and wind technologies," says Cory Turner, president of Clean Power Concepts. "We have decided that the most effective way to grow the business on the commercial supply side is to open our own sales offices."


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