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Clear Skies Solar, Inc. (CSKH.OB) Expands Operations into 300kw and Under Solar Installation Market

Clear Skies Solar, – the full-service renewable energy solutions provider, reported today a major expansion from the company’s historical market focus into the sub-300kw commercial/residential solar installation sector.

For over half a decade CSKH has been leading the way in alternative energy, deploying solutions which incorporate the kind of revolutionary proprietary systems (developed via an in-house R&D department) that have captivated global media giants.

Clear Skies Solar has developed a clear strategy focusing on the smaller and more lucrative opportunities which are characterized by high-growth potential and immediate cash-flow. Towards this end the company will be launching a new division structured around capturing a massive chunk of the sub-300kw commercial/residential market.

Buying power, tight control of the typically high-volume business involved and the dedicated expertise to realize optimized, client-centric solutions, are all key capabilities for success in this market, capabilities which CSKH has mastered during its rise to prominence.

Having locked-down the module, racking and inverter supply chain at sweetheart, high-volume pricing, CSKH also developed a powerhouse sales/management team capable of leveraging this logistical advantage to its fullest potential. With some 29 projects already visited/surveyed, CSKH anticipates strong Q1 2011 results as some 3.7 Megawatts (ranging from 50-280kw each) of currently pursued projects are developed.

CEO of CSKH, Ezra Green, acknowledged the impact of 2009 upon the industry as a whole but expressed great confidence that business, which has continued to pick up, would rebound sharply over the next few years as solar sees more widespread adoption.

Green noted the importance of cash-flow to the business model of operators in the segment and explained how the shorter completion cycle in the sub-300kw range was ideal for this reason. Green closed by reminding shareholders that all of the necessary preconditions now exist for CSKH to aggressively and effectively launch this bold initiative, promising that 2011 should be a banner year indeed, with solar installation projects clamoring for the company’s solutions.

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