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Signal Energy Breaks Ground on 30MW Wind Project April 20, 2012

Signal Energy, a major design/build general contractor providing engineering, procurement and construction services to the North American renewable energy industry, will break ground on a 30 megawatt wind project in Kent and Stonewall Counties, Texas today at 11:00 AM Central. The Mozart project is located near Rotan, Texas. This is the second project that Signal Energy has designed and built for the project developer, WKN USA, LLC.

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Tennessee’s Largest Solar Farm is Officially Open April 12, 2012

"Signal Energy’s work as the design/build firm on the West Tennessee Solar Farm underscores our commitment to help institutions like the University of Tennessee and the State of Tennessee bring large-scale, innovative renewable energy projects to market...” said Ben Fischer, president and CEO of Signal Energy.

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Signal Energy Completes Construction on 10.8 MW of Solar in New Mexico October 13, 2011

Signal Energy, LLC, a major design/build general contractor to the North American renewable energy industry, completed construction on a 10.8 MW solar farm, part of a major solar project in New Mexico that includes tracking technology to maximize electricity generated from the sun. The solar plant was deployed and will be maintained by SunEdison. Xcel Energy has agreed to purchase the power generated from the solar deployment under a long-term power purchase agreement.

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Texas: Signal Energy Installs Wind Turbines, Towers at Frisco Site October 5, 2011

Signal Energy, LLC, a major design/build general contractor providing engineering, procurement and construction services to the North American renewable energy industry, has begun installing wind turbines and towers for the 10 machines which will generate 20 MW of power in the Texas panhandle (Frisco Wind Project). The project is currently owned by wind turbine manufacturer DeWind Co.

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Signal Energy Begins Construction at West Tennessee Solar Farm July 7, 2011

Design/build contractor puts hundreds to work on state’s largest utility scale solar energy project.

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