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Mr. Michael L. Weaver Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of CTG Energy Services Inc.  Re-Appointed By Acting Secretary Blank to Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RE&EEAC) Advisory Committee

First meeting with new Charter, members held today, February 20, 2013

U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Rebecca Blank today announced the appointment of 37 private-sector representatives to the Secretary’s newly re-chartered Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RE&EE) Advisory Committee during the group’s initial meeting at the Department of Commerce. RE&EE members come from a diverse group of companies, trade associations, and non-profit organizations from many different energy sectors, including wind, solar, geothermal, biomass, hydropower, biofuels, fuel cells, smart grid, and energy efficiency industries. 

“The renewable energy and energy efficiency sector holds tremendous growth potential, and transitioning to cleaner, safer, and affordable sources of energy is a high priority for the Department of Commerce and for President Obama," said Deputy Secretary Blank. "We need to work together to continue reducing our imports of foreign oil, increasing renewable electricity generation, boosting fuel economy standards, and implementing common sense policies that increase energy efficiency and spur investment from clean-energy companies. As part of our work toward these goals, I am proud to welcome 37 well-qualified appointees to the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Advisory Committee.”

The RE&EE Advisory Committee was initially chartered in December 2010, and issued 22 recommendations to the Obama administration – half in September 2011 and half in May 2012—on ways to improve the export competitiveness of the RE&EE sector. These included increasing foreign direct investments and access to sources of new capital. The Committee was formed through the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Export Initiative (RE4I), a Department of Commerce-led component of the President’s National Export Initiative. The new Committee will be tasked with continuing this work and supporting the ongoing implementation of the RE4I.

For more information on the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Export Initiative, visit: www.export.gov/reee. 

About CTG Power Systems International, Inc.

CTG Power Systems International, Inc., with its corporate headquarters located in Auburn Alabama is the parent company of The Camelot Technologies Group International, Inc., CTG Engineering International, Inc.,  RTC Power Systems,  The Renewable Technologies Corporation (RTC) and CTG Capital Partners, LLC.  CTG's family of companies collectively provide a wide array of diverse power gernation services. All are designed as fully and vertically integrated solution providers that deliver cost-effective, reliable engineering, procurement and project management ( EPC)  services to the electrical power generation sector. 

For more information on CTG-PSI  visit:
www.CTG Power Systems International, Inc.
Contact: Mrs. Valerie Rankin, Executive Administrative Assistant 
Valerie@CTGPowerSystems.com Phone: +1 -334-539-1700


CTG awards Four (4) New Trent 60 Gas Turbines Contract to Rolls-Royce (June 8, 2010)

Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, today announced orders worth over $200 million of electrical power generation equipment from customers in Australia, Bangladesh, Spain, Venezuela and Yemen.

The new orders consist of 25 Bergen diesel engines, five Bergen gas engines and six Trent 60 gas turbines, which in total are capable of producing over 560MW of electrical energy for the five new customers.

Contracts from Australia and Venezuela will see a total of six Rolls-Royce Trent 60 gas turbine electrical generating packages delivered with a value of $110 million.

The Camelot Technologies Group International, Inc. ("CTG") has contracted with Rolls-Royce to supply four (4) new Trent 60 gas turbine generating sets to be installed in Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela. At least two of the units are scheduled to enter commercial operation in 2010 with another two due to be online in the first quarter of 2011. CTG Power Systems, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of CTG is performing the engineering, procurement, project management, start-up, operations and maintenance services at the site.

In Darwin, Australia, the Power and Water Corporation has selected two Trent 60 packages to deliver 116MW at their Channel Island power station, helping provide electricity to a region where power demand is increasing by four per cent per year. The two Trent units will increase the generation capacity by about 25 per cent.

Michael L. Weaver, Founder of CTG, Named Chairman and CEO - Odessa, FL (July 14, 2008)

CTG Power Systems International, Inc. is pleased to announce that Mr. Michael L. Weaver has been named Chairman and CEO for The Camelot Technologies Group, Inc. and all of its subsidiaries.    

Mr. Weaver founded The Camelot Technologies Group, Inc. in 1996 and has watched his vision grow to more than eleven professional staff members and a thriving multifaceted corporation offering a unique diversity of power generation products and services to clients around the globe. The Camelot Technologies Group eventually transitioned under CTG Power Systems International Inc.. Mr. Weaver's keen insight, ability to meet challenges and the application of sound fundamental business practices, has enabled CTG to experience a steady pattern of vertical growth over the last 15 years. CTG's continuing expansion into new lines of power generation equipment and ancillary support services has served to propagate the formation of ten (10) unique subsidiaries that were formed between 2001 and 2008.

Mr. Weaver contributes more than twenty years of executive level management experience to the management of the CTG family of companies. He will have overall responsibility for setting the Company's strategic direction and the continued development and maintenance of effective strategic relationships with key stakeholders, funders, contract counterparties, customers and partners.

Mr. Weaver will focus on cultivating a wide range of relationships and networks within the local, national and international energy and financial community to position CTG as a major service provider throughout the industry.

He will continue to carry on his executive fiduciary responsibilities while driving company growth and offering strategic support to the Company's new President and Senior Level Managers. His duties will also include responsibility for increasingly complex and time-consuming corporate governance and contractual matters. In addition, Mr. Weaver will use his energy industry expertise and leverage his reputation to help with the overall creative and policy implementation process.

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