SOLANA BEACH, Calif. - Open Energy Corp., formerly Barnabus Energy, received a 2006 "Cool Products" Competition award from the Pacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC) for its SolarSave™ roofing membrane series of products.

SOLANA BEACH, Calif. - Open Energy Corp., formerly Barnabus Energy, received a 2006 "Cool Products" Competition award from the Pacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC) for its SolarSave™ roofing membrane series of products. The annual trade show and conference draws over 29,000 home builders, developers, architects, manufacturers and industry consultants.

SolarSave membranes are building-integrated solar roofing systems for new construction and reroofing projects. They encapsulate monocrystalline cells in high-performance composite materials laminated under vacuum pressure to create lightweight, waterproof, fire-rated and aesthetically appealing solar roofing membranes for flat or low-slope commercial and residential projects.

David Saltman, president and CEO of Open Energy Corporation, stated, "Until recently, the only option for customers interested in utilizing solar energy systems required attaching large photovoltaic panels to an unattractive metal frame bolted to the roof of the structure. The critical breakthrough in solar technology involves integrating the solar power generating technology into viable building materials."

For more information, visit www.openenergycorp.com.

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