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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) Develops Innovative Solar Power Solutions

September 18, 2014

Founded in 1990 in Surrey, Canada, P2 Solar is powering change.

Innovation, eco-friendliness and environmental sustainability are three precepts of the solar power solutions that P2 Solar develops. With an eye on potentially reducing global pollution, P2 Solar’s focus is on constructing solar (and hydro) power plants across India and Canada. The company works closely with clients, communities and governments to flesh out cost effective and incredibly valuable renewable energy solutions that contribute favorably to the native ecosystems and economies.

As a developer of solar photovoltaic (PV) power projects, P2 Solar is involved in the promising renewable energy market, which is changing at a record pace due to:

• the growing universal demand for clean energy;

• renewable energy’s progressively more competitive edge over grid electricity; and

• industrial efforts to lessen the reliance on greenhouse gas emitting fossil fuels,

P2 Solar continues to invest and direct its resources in order to profit from these global trends.

When it comes to its solar photovoltaic (PV) initiatives, P2 Solar is engaged in developing projects in locales with abundant sunlight exposure, favorable renewable energy policies, public and private sectors actively seeking to integrate solar PV into their electricity use profiles; and governments offering appealing incentive policies to stimulate the development of solar PV power generation projects in their locales.

P2 Solar is known for designing and installing solar photovoltaic systems on the roof top of offices, as it did with the Langley Rooftop Project. Last year, the company completed the solar PV project on Canada Ticket’s warehouse rooftop in Langley, British Columbia. For P2 Solar, it was a defining moment that marked its evolution from a “development stage” enterprise to a “revenue-producing” one. At the time it was commissioned, this solar PV project was one of the largest linked to BC Hydro’s electricity grid. It is anticipated that the solar PV array will produce approximately 10% of Canada Ticket’s electricity power requirements, demonstrating the probable viability of distributed solar PV facilities in BC, and P2 Solar hopes to expand the project’s capacity in the near future.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.p2solar.com

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P2 Solar (PTOS) Proven Solar PV & Small-Hydro Focus Find Fast Footing in India’s Burgeoning Renewables Sector

September 12, 2014

A recent report out from the European Photovoltaic (PV) Industry Association on the global PV market for 2014-2018 indicates the real, continuing strength of the market, with around 38.4GW of newly-installed PV rolled out last year (just under 140GW worldwide). The report clearly shows the hunger of growing Asian markets, with China taking the top slot in the space again at around 11.8GW of installed capacity and India rising fast, clocking in around 1,115 MW. India seems particularly attractive with high population densities and premium solar insolation metrics (total amount of solar radiation received by a given area) across the country, which dovetail perfectly with the Modi government’s increasing drive to move the country away from dependence on their pollutive and logistically/financially troubled coal industry, which currently represents approximately 59% of the country’s total installed capacity.

Power Minister Piyush Goyal indicated this week (Sept 11) that India’s government is preparing a rule which would mandate fossil fuel-based plant developers also install a percentage (5% was suggested) of renewable capacity as well, projecting upwards of $100B in investment in the next four years alone as the country moves to jack the renewable component of their overall electrical production footprint upwards of 12%. A figure which tracks well with the roughly $84B projected by leading business and market research shop, NOVONOUS, when it comes to the amount of investment required for India to hit their overarching 2022 target of around 72GW of installed renewable capacity.

The new rule by Modi’s government effectively opens up the market and takes some of the burden off India’s state power distributors. Goyal tasked the country’s biggest generator NTPC, as well as their biggest coal miner, Coal India Ltd. (already at a 10% requirement, with the solar credits market heating up as a result), to really get in there and lead the pack on this initiative. India’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) also recently announced (Aug 8) a new scheme that will bolster the solar sector in the country mightily, with some 20GW of solar park capacity being opened up to developers now envisioned, over the next five years alone.

Hydro, particularly small-hydro, is a key, rising star amid India’s bold renewable energy aspirations according to the latest MarketReportsOnIndia.com analysis, which projects a bullish trend through 2025, emboldened by the firm backstop of World Bank guidance that they will only be helping to fund ecologically sustainable hydro projects in India. With a struggling coal sector and overloaded grid leading to recent, notable power outages across the country and World Bank estimates that some 79M households in India still have no basic access to power (much of that rural), the untapped market for small, localized hydro that is typically very easy on the environment and easier to deploy than larger solutions (especially in rough terrain), looks quite solid.

NOVONOUS projects that the untapped overall market for renewables in India is a staggering 2.16k GW, meaning there is still incredible growth potential in the country compared to more developed regional markets like China. India has huge hydro potential still and ranks around fifth globally in terms of exploitable hydropower according to Energy Alternatives India. Hydro is currently only about 21.5% of the overall renewables pie and India has earmarked at least 1.4k MW of overall targeted hydro growth for small-hydro specifically in their latest plan.

Ambitious players are moving to capture the upside on the growing global renewables market, especially in India and one of the more accessible companies in the space, P2 Solar (OTC: PTOS), has a strong lead, with two small-hydro projects in the northwestern state of Punjab. Punjab is right next to Jammu & Kashmir, which has been in the news recently for Modi dedicating three new hydro projects (240MW, 44MW and 45MW) and projecting that it will become the “energy state of the country,” despite the rough terrain of this region, nestled between the Himalayas and Kunlun mountain ranges.

P2 Solar, which cut its solar PV teeth with the successful implementation of a 53 KWp rooftop project on Canada Ticket Inc.’s warehouse rooftop in Langley, B.C. last year, has their Tibba and Rajgarh hydro projects in Punjab construction-ready. The company’s wholly-owned subsidiary in India even signed a 35-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) in June with the Punjab energy distribution company at around a $0.10 tariff, enabling a high rate of return and free cash flow according to PTOS’s estimates. The PPA sets PTOS up nicely to focus on reviewing construction bids and with a construction timeline currently in the works for shareholders, the company is now within striking distance of a major upswing as they select a lead contractor to build out their first hydro project in the country.

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P2 Solar (PTOS); Proof the Clean Power Revolution is for Real

September 5, 2014

To cost effectively and reliably supply power to more than 1.2 billion people is a herculean challenge. Traditional fossil fuel power supplies require huge infrastructure investments, ongoing and increasing costs for fuel, and sully the environment in an already overcrowded and over polluted sub-continent. India faces real challenges.

The solution lies in reliable, clean and renewable energy. Once thought of as mere wishful thinking, renewable energy projects have gained great acceptance and wide-spread use as costs decline, effectiveness expands, and profitability increases. No longer just “wishful thinking,” clean power has become a reliable and cost-effective source of energy. That’s why India has clean power initiatives to spur business development of renewable power sources.

Worldwide, companies and countries are gravitating to clean power sources and reaping the rewards. One such company is P2 Solar (PTOS). Based in Canada, P2 Solar established its bona fides in British Columbia with one of the largest solar PV projects connected to BC Hydro’s electricity grid. The project proved successful even without government incentives and is expected to generate 10% of the facility’s power requirements.

Capitalizing on its success, P2 Solar has turned its focus to an aggressive mandate to develop 150 MWp of electricity generating capacity in several phases over the next few years. The company’s recent projects are two mini-hydro sites in India where it has received favorable government support. When fully operational, the Tibba mini-hydro project is expected to generate more than $300,000 in annual revenue and achieve a 95% EBITDA margin. The Rajgarh Small-Hydro project, P2 Solar’s other Indian site, located near Punjab, is expected to generate $400,000 in annual revenue when fully operational and achieve 95% EBITDA. These are impressive EBITDA numbers by almost anyone’s standards.

This could be just the beginning for P2 Solar as it moves aggressively toward the broader company objective of 150 MWp. It sure looks like the clean power revolution is for real.

For more information visit www.p2solar.com

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) Works in Tandem with Global Initiatives to Curb Growing Environmental Challenges

August 27, 2014

In a recent article on ScienceDaily.com, a study in the journal Environmental Research Letters estimates the world’s existing power plants will emit more than 300 billion tons of carbon dioxide emissions over their lifetimes. Just the power plants constructed around the world in 2012 alone emitted 19 billion tons of carbon dioxide, according to the study’s researcher team.

Developing nations such as China and India are what has been driving much of the explosion in airborne pollution. They have also been spiking concerns from public and private organizations worldwide as to the implications for the future. No lesser a respected authority than the International Energy Agency has spoken up on the issue. In a recent report, the IEA advocated for a quick switchover from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources for meeting rising global power demand and reducing the fast-growing environmental challenges worldwide posed by fossil fuel burning.

Currently around 68% of the world’s electricity supply is generated with fossil fuels. The IEA urged that by 2050 65% of global electricity should be produced with renewable energy sources before needed transformations of the global energy system and the effects from climate change become too costly and extensive.

British Columbia-based P2 Solar is one of the forward-thinking renewable energy developers at the forefront of these efforts to build next-generation energy solutions. The company has been focused on developing solar photovoltaic (PV) power and small-hydro projects in countries where renewable energy policies are highly favorable. There are three primary clean energy projects in its portfolio: the British Columbia-based Langley Rooftop Project; and two Punjab, India-based small-hydro projects, the Rajgarh Mini-Hydro Project and the Tibba Mini-Hydro Project. P2 Solar has also been aggressively looking for new, promising opportunities to expand the global impact of its clean energy solutions agenda.

P2 Solar recently achieved a milestone with regard to its Rajgarh project that had been years in the making. Its wholly owned subsidiary in India signed a power purchase agreement with a Punjab energy distributor, which calls for a 35-year payment term at an approximate tariff of $0.10 (USD). P2 Solar believes the agreement will provide a steady, no-cost cash-flow. The wholly owned subsidiary already has permission from the Punjab Energy Development Agency, Punjab state’s governing authority on all renewable energy projects, to use the canalled water. On top of developing these small-hydro projects, P2 Solar continues to look for opportunities to build up solar PV systems for large-scale commercial applications, like it did with a solar PV system on Canada Ticket’s warehouse rooftop just last year.

Commercial efforts to reduce reliance upon grid electricity are driving up global demand for renewable energy sources, and P2 Solar plans to continue investing and channeling its resources to benefit from this growing global trend. As the need for renewable energy becomes more viable, the company seeks to help usher in a line of eco-friendly, sustainable power solutions that are real alternatives to carbon-emitting fossil fuels.

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) Focuses on Solar Power Initiatives

August 20, 2014

P2 Solar is a tactical operator. With the guidance of executives who have over 60 years of collective experience, the Canadian corporation develops solar photovoltaic (PV) and hydropower projects around the world.

For close to 25 years, P2 Solar has consistently set up shop where renewable energy policies are advantageous. The company sees tremendous opportunity in the renewable energy space, especially with solar PV initiatives. By setting up in regions where solar energy administrations are encouraging, P2 Solar is able to facilitate the development of its current projects and aggressively pursue expansion opportunities.

The company focuses on constructing solar power plants as well as designing and installing solar PV systems on office rooftops, as it did with the Langley Rooftop Project in British Columbia (BC).

Last year, P2 Solar completed a 53 KWp solar PV project on Canada Ticket’s warehouse rooftop in Langley, BC. The project was a turning point; it marked P2 Solar’s transition from a “development-stage” enterprise to a “revenue-producing” one.

At the time of commissioning, this project was one of the largest solar PV projects attached to BC Hydro’s electricity grid and, once completed, was expected to produce approximately 10% of Canada Ticket’s electricity power requirements. The project also demonstrated the latent viability of dispersed solar PV facilities in BC. P2 Solar now anticipates expanding the project’s capacity in the future.

P2 Solar believes that large-scale solar PV facilities have the potential to function profitably in BC under the current energy regulatory regime, even without the special tariff incentive support from BC Hydro. The facilities should be viable if located in the areas of BC that receive the greatest solar irradiation.

The Canadian Ticket project has caused P2 Solar’s management team to further assess the possibility of building a megawatt-scale, ground-mounted solar PV facility in BC. In fact, management has already carried out first-round site evaluations. Additionally, the project has increased the awareness and interest of potential new clients in BC and they are now looking to feature distributed green power at their facilities.

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) In-Sync with World Appeal to Reduce Reliance on Grid-Produced Electricity

August 13, 2014

For P2 Solar, seeing over five dozen countries relying on hydropower for over half of their energy needs, the opportunity to realize gains in market share is apparent. What is also apparent is that fossil fuels still outpace alternative sources for satisfying the need for electricity. With the production of electricity from mini-hydropower projects on the rise and overall interest in the sector trending upward, government officials all over the world are diverting their attention and resources to it. Strategically in-sync with this emerging market, P2 Solar is a company developing mini-hydropower projects for public and private sectors who are embracing its advantages.

Mini-hydropower is appealing due to its ability to rapidly respond to changing demand for flood control, electricity and water management. These mini-hydropower generation plants need approximately two to five years to develop as compared to large hydropower plants, which have a development period twice as long. Beyond their shorter development cycle, small and mini-hydro projects net higher returns on investment because of their lower up-front capital investment, maintenance, operational and construction costs. Further enhancing the appeal of mini-hydro, the local environmental disruption resulting from a project is minimal relative to that of a tradition large hydropower plant.

In a recent announcement, P2 Solar acknowledged that its subsidiary in India signed a power purchase agreement with the Punjab energy distribution company for its Rajgarh Mini-Hydro Project. The announcement is significant for the company as it brings its intended goal to fruition after several years of work. The agreement involves payment terms of 35 years at a tariff of approximately $0.10 USD. The company feels the terms offer a high rate of return and create cash flow at no cost. With this agreement PTOS can close bids for construction and proceed to build the project.

PTOS’s work is within the renewable energy market developing solar photovoltaic (PV) power and mini-hydro projects. Understanding that the demand for clean, renewable energy is rising due to commercial efforts to reduce reliance on grid-produced electricity, P2 Solar is diligently focusing its efforts in this direction so that it can realize the benefit from this trend.

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) Powering Clean Energy Solutions to Global Environmental Challenges

July 28, 2014

Fossil fuels continue to dominate the global electricity supply market, and global concerns over the environmental and human population risks posed by this heavy consumption have grown. Nowadays, 68% of the world’s electricity supply is generated with fossil fuels, according to the International Energy Agency. As a result, many public and private sector organizations have been looking at clean energy technologies as alternative sources for electricity generation.

Renewable energy developer P2 Solar has been promoting clean energy solutions to these growing global challenges. The company is focused on developing solar photovoltaic (PV) power and small-hydro projects in countries where renewable energy policies are highly favorable. P2 Solar has been aggressively moving forward in its development efforts, as it hopes to develop 150 MWp of electricity-generating capacity within the next few years.

At present, P2 Solar holds three clean energy projects in its portfolio: the British Columbia-based Langley Rooftop Project; and the Rajgarh Mini-Hydro Project and the Tibba Mini-Hydro Project, both of which are located in Punjab, India. P2 Solar anticipates when both of its small-hydro projects are fully operational, they will generate more than $700,000 in annual revenue. As it continues to make strong progress on these projects, the company is constantly searching for additional promising opportunities to expand its global footprint.

In a recent headline, P2 Solar announced a significant company development in regard to its Rajgarh project. The company’s wholly owned subsidiary in India inked a power purchase agreement with a Punjab energy distributor, which was the culmination of years of due diligence and other company efforts. The purchase agreement provides a 35-year payment term at an approximate tariff of $0.10 (USD). P2 Solar anticipates the agreement will generate a steady cash flow for future company initiatives. P2 Solar had previously signed an implementation agreement with the Punjab Energy Development Agency, Punjab state’s governing authority on all renewable energy projects, for permission to use the canalled water.

As global trends shift more toward renewable energy sources, P2 Solar plans to remain ahead of the curve, identifying and engaging in development of clean energy projects for meeting the increasing energy demand. On top of its current momentum, P2 Solar is buoyed by the insights and expertise of a savvy management team, of whom its members have over 60 years of collective professional experience.

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) Delivers on Demand for Clean, Renewable Energy through HydroPower

July 18, 2014

As the benefits of producing electricity from mini-hydropower rise and overall interest in the sector surging, governments worldwide are devoting time, attention and resources to it. Positioned front and center, P2 Solar is a company developing mini-hydropower projects for public and private sectors seeking to include it into their electricity consumption profiles.

The appeal of mini-hydropower is due to its ability to quickly respond to changing demand for electricity, flood control and water management. Small and mini-hydropower generation plants require two to five years to develop as compared to large hydropower plants, which usually have a development period twice as long. What’s more, small and mini-hydro has higher return on investment due to lower capital investment, operational, maintenance and construction costs. Also worth noting is that construction of a small hydropower plant is not as disruptive to the local environment as large hydropower plants are.

In an announcement last month, P2 Solar revealed that its subsidiary in India signed a power purchase agreement with the Punjab energy distribution company for its Rajgarh Mini-Hydro Project. This event is considered significant for the company as its work leading to this point has involved years of effort. The power purchase agreement involves payment terms of 35 years at a tariff of approximately $0.10 USD. The company feels these terms provide for a high rate of return and create cash flow free of cost. With this agreement P2 can close bids for construction and advance to build the project.

P2 Solar’s work is within the renewable energy market developing solar photovoltaic (PV) power and mini-hydro projects. Understanding that the demand for clean, renewable energy is rising due to commercial efforts to reduce reliance on grid-produced electricity, P2 Solar is steering its efforts in a direction that will enable it to benefit from this trend.

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) Proceeds with Mini Hydro Project

July 10, 2014

Although fossil fuels lead the worlds electricity generation market, more than 60 countries are now using hydropower to meet more than half of their electricity needs. The benefits of producing electricity from small hydropower, together with increasing interest in the sector, have led to improved policies and support from governments. Both are expected to engender new installations in many countries in coming years. P2 Solar is one of the companies developing mini-hydropower projects for public and private sectors that are actively seeking to incorporate it into their electricity consumption profiles and have favorable renewable energy policies.

Mini-hydropowers attractiveness is partly driven by its ability to quickly respond to changing demand for electricity, water management, and flood control. Small and mini-hydropower generation plants boast a shorter development period, roughly two to five years, compared to large hydropower plants, which usually have a development period of about seven years. Additionally, small and mini-hydro have a higher return on investment attributable to the low capital investment, construction, operational and maintenance costs. Construction of a small hydropower plant also does not disturb the local habitat as large hydropower plants do.

Last month, P2 Solar announced that its subsidiary in India signed a power purchase agreement with the Punjab energy distribution company for its Rajgarh Mini-Hydro Project. A crucial event for P2 Solar, this agreement is a result of the companys substantial efforts in recent years.

The power purchase agreement provides a payment term for 35 years, at an estimated tariff of US$0.10. These are terms the company believes will facilitate a high rate of return and create free cash flow for the firm. The signing of the agreement means P2 can now close bids for construction and proceed to build the project. The companys management will be returning to India shortly to move ahead with the project’s development, including selecting the lead contractor and initiating construction.

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) Generates Electricity with Small-Hydro Projects

July 2, 2014

P2 Solar, a development stage company, focuses on constructing hydro and solar power plants in India and Canada. In recent months, the company has targeted a considerable amount of its efforts and resources on building hydro and solar photo voltaic (PV) projects in India. P2 Solar, through its wholly-owned Indian subsidiary, Jagat Energy Private Limited, obtained the rights to two notable hydro projects in India.

One of these renewable energy projects is Project Tibba. P2 Solar acquired the Tibba site last year as a construction-ready project. The project is a 500 KW mini-hydro facility situated immediately downstream from P2’s previously announced Project Rajgarh, near the city of Ludhiana in Punjab, India and on the Sidhwan irrigation canal.

The project will utilize technology similar to Project Rajgarh’s. With a capital budget that is estimated to be about $1.6 million but with low operating costs, Tibba’s EBITDA is estimated to be close to 95%. When fully operational, the Tibba project is expected to generate over $300,000 in annual revenue and exceed P2 Solar′s minimum return requirement, with a projected unleveraged IRR of 17%.

Both projects Tibba and Rajgarh are owned outright by P2 Solar, fully permitted and ready for construction. The company considers these projects a series with both sites being evaluated for the possibility of incorporating solar PV arrays of several megawatts atop the canal space. Construction of Project Tibba will be coordinated with that for Project Rajgarh. Combined, these two mini-hydro facilities are expected to create approximately $800,000 in annual revenues.

P2 Solar’s growth strategy is propelled by its management’s assertive directive to cultivate 150 MWp of electricity-generating capacity in phases over the next few years. In line with this mandate, the company is focused on building up its project portfolio, which includes the Tibba and Rajgarh Projects along with the Langley Rooftop Project in British Columbia, Canada. Another 35 MWp of projects in India could be contracted in short order.

Backed by an executive leadership with over 60 years of combined experience, P2 Solar continues to build upon and expand its existing projects while seeking out development opportunities in other regions with favorable solar energy administrations. The company is already performing due diligence on some additional opportunities, including other hybrid mini-hydro/solar PV projects and rooftop projects in India.

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) Inks 35-Year Power Purchase Agreement for Rajgarh Hydro Project in India

June 25, 2014

P2 Solar, a developer of solar PV power and hydro power projects, reports that its wholly owned subsidiary in India has signed a Power Purchase Agreement (“PPA”) with a Punjab energy distribution company, enabling P2 Solar to advance its Rajgarh small hydro power project.

The PPA provides a 35-year payment term at an approximate tariff of US$0.10, which the P2 Solar believes will enable a high rate of return and generate free cash flow for the firm. Raj-Mohinder Gurm, CEO of P2 Solar, notes that the agreement is the result of years of diligence, and is of historical significance for the company.

“This is a pivotal event for P2 Solar, as this power purchase agreement marks the culmination of significant efforts we have made over the past years to secure a project in India and proceed with commissioning,” he stated in the news release.

Per the agreement, P2 Solar is permitted to close bids for construction, and the company’s Canada-based management team will soon return to India to move ahead with the project’s development, including the selection of the lead contractor and initiating construction.

P2 Solar’s Rajgarh hydro power project is located on the Sidhwan irrigation canal near the city of Ludhiana in Punjab, India, upstream from the company’s other mini-hydro site, Project Tibba.

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) Stands to Benefit from Initiatives by India’s Newly Installed Prime Minister

June 18, 2014

Renewable energy company P2 Solar, a developer of solar photovoltaic (PV) power and mini-hydro projects, is operating under an aggressive, management-ordained mandate to develop 150MWp of electricity-generating capacity in the next few years.

P2 Solar’s current project portfolio includes the company’s Rajgarh small-hydro site, located on the Sidhwan irrigation canal in Punjab, India, which is upstream from the company’s Project Tibba mini-hydro site. Together, the company believes that these two projects, when fully operational, will generate annual revenues of more than $700,000. These projects represent P2 Solar’s first significant projects under development in India.

In regards to the Rajgarh Hydro Project, P2 Solar recently signed an implementation agreement with Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA), Punjab State’s governing authority on all renewable projects, in which the company now has permission to operate and maintain the project and to use the canal water for power generation for 35 years.

After thermal energy, hydropower electricity is the second-most important source of energy, according to DTA Consulting. P2 Solar is strengthening its foothold in the renewable energy as India’s newly installed Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, begins laying the groundwork for an upgrade of the country’s overworked energy market with a focus on a range of renewable energy sources.

In earlier years, the Indian government has taken steps to accelerate hydropower development, and Prime Minister Modi earlier this week breathed new life into the initiative by agreeing to build four new joint-venture hydropower projects in Bhutan.

As the demand/supply gap of power in India continues to grow, along with a growing population and economy, P2 Solar is in an incredible position to leverage government initiatives and support to achieve its power generation goals.

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS): Betting on India’s Power Projects

June 10, 2014

P2 Solar is focusing on the lucrative global renewable energy market. The company develops solar photovoltaic and mini-hydro power projects. Currently, the company is planning to enhance its project portfolio, which includes three projects — the Langley Rooftop Project in British Columbia and two others in India, the Rajgarh Mini-hydro and the Tibba Mini-hydro, both located in Punjab. The company through its wholly owned subsidiary, Jagat Energy Pvt. Ltd., acquired the rights to these two hydro-power projects in India.

Initiating the projects in India is important as electric demand in India is expected to grow by 10% annually. These projects enabled P2 Solar to deepen its footprint in India’s clean energy sector, which presents a $20 billion annual opportunity. Further, the growth rate in India’s electric demand will generate a higher long-term growth opportunity for P2 Solar.

Signing Agreement with Indian Authority to develop power plant

In May 2014, P2 Solar signed an Implementation Agreement with Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA), Punjab State’s governing authority on all renewable energy projects, and the Punjab Irrigation Department (PID). In this agreement, the company will establish, operate, and maintain the Rajgarh Mini-Hydro project on a build, own, and operate basis. The cost of constructing this plant is estimated at around $2.2 million. Along with this P2 Solar received permission to use the canal water for power generation for the next 35 years, and after that with mutual consent of PEDA and P2 Solar the agreement will either be extended or PEDA will purchase the project outright at market price.

The company is planning to hire an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contractor and expected to commence construction in the second quarter of this year.

Earlier P2 Solar also received the rights to use the canal open space to develop the PV Solar plant, which will generate a significant long-term growth expansion opportunity. This one-megawatt (MW) PV solar project is in the first phase, and the company expects to expand it to seven to ten MW. P2 Solar will be deploying the necessary equipment and is expected to commission the solar project in India during the fourth quarter of this year, while its hydro projects will require a longer build time of around 10 months and will be operational by 2015.

By developing the Rajgarh power plant in India, P2 Solar will have a greater future revenue growth opportunity. The government of India is planning to enhance solar capacity to five gigawatts by 2017 and 20 gigawatts by 2022. Solar power by 2022 will represent 10% of India’s total electric power-generating capacity. The completion of the Rajgarh mini-hydro plant could help the company to enhance its top line by more than $443,000 per year, while expanding the PV solar project to the proposed 10-MW solar array will provide additional annual revenue growth opportunity of around $2.95 million. Though developing the power projects requires huge capital, the power projects can be operated with low operating costs. Because of this, the company expects to generate significant cash flows with EBITDA margins of around 95% and 93% for mini-hydro and solar, respectively.

Developing power projects in other locations

In addition to India, P2 Solar is proactively focusing on energy project development opportunities in countries with favorable solar energy regimes, including Canada and Eastern Europe. Last year, the company completed the installation of its 53-kilowatt (KW) solar PV rooftop project on Canada Ticket Inc.’s warehouse rooftop in Langley. This is the largest solar PV facility ever to be connected to the British Columbia Hydro’s electricity grid. To develop this project the company charged around $158,900 and is expected to generate around 60-MW hours of electrical power annually, which is nearly 10% of Canada Ticket electric power requirements. Furthermore, the Canada Ticket project will generate awareness and interest among potential new clients in British Columbia. This will enable the company to gain more contracts and support its revenue in the long run.

Conclusion

The higher demand and the growth rate in India’s electric demand as well as P2 Solar initiation of hydro and PV solar projects in India are expected to generate a greater long-term revenue growth opportunity. Moreover, the contract with Canada Ticket to develop the power plant will also generate growth in Canada. The success of the Rajgarh projects will significantly boost the company’s top and bottom lines, enabling investors to realize higher capital appreciation long-term.

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Improved Business Environment in India is Expected to Benefit P2 Solar Inc. (PTOS)

June 5, 2014

P2 Solar, a developer of solar photovoltaic (PV) and hydro power projects, has a focus on developing a number of mini-hydro and solar power projects in India. On May 1, 2014, an Implementation Agreement, giving full government approval of the mini-hydro Rajgarh project, was signed with the Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA), Punjab State’s governing authority on all renewable projects. The Rajgarh project is to be located on the Sidhwan irrigation canal near the city of Ludhiana in Punjab, India.

The May 16 election of Narendra Modi to Prime Minister of India, together with the BJP party gaining a majority in parliament, is expected to result in a significant improvement in India’s business environment. On the day of the election, India’s Bombay Stock Exchange Index broke new highs, surpassing the 25,000 mark to close up 6% from the day before. American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) of India’s largest bank, ICICI Bank Ltd. (IBN), jumped up from a share price of $46 to $52 on the NYSE in a single day, as the business community anticipates an administration that promises to cut down on government corruption and bureaucracy, to more rapidly approve projects related to foreign direct investment. A common complaint in India is that, if you have a business idea, it takes endless approvals from at least ten different departments. If an application spends just two weeks at each department desk, one is guaranteed a minimum of a six month wait just to get a basic approval. Prime Minister Modi’s initial task will be focusing on slashing these barriers to entry.

With talks of hundreds of new roads and trains, massive infrastructure projects are being planned. The Modi government will also be keen to relax foreign investment laws, to automatically allow foreign firms’ ownership stakes of at least 49 percent in Indian firms without requiring time-consuming government approval. This is part of Modi’s plan to double the country’s growth rate, contain inflation, and ensure the creation of jobs for the 10 million new job entrants that flow into India’s job market every year. A broad based consumption tax is planned to enhance revenue for infrastructure projects.

The bulk of India’s inflation is due to artificially high food prices. It is believed over 40% of India’s food is rotted and lost in storage and transport. The Modi administration plans to restructure the government owned Food Corporation of India to tackle these issues.

The improvement in India’s business environment will be a boost to P2 Solar’s projects in India. The company has two mini-hydro projects in Punjab, India, with plans to boost electrical power output with solar photovoltaic cells along the sides of the canals. Another 35 Megawatts in power projects for India can be obtained by the company within three to six months.

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) Makes Strides with Punjab Mini-Hydro Project

May 28, 2014

P2 Solar operates intentionally and strategically. The Surrey, Canada-based developer of solar photovoltaic (PV) and hydropower projects has been operating for close to 25 years and has been consistent about setting up shop where renewable energy policies are exceedingly favorable.

While the company’s main priority is solar PV projects, it does not hesitate to aggressively pursue mini-hydro power projects as well; simply put, they present a major, albeit secondary, market opportunity.

This year, P2 Solar has made significant strides in moving its renewable energy projects forward in India, especially its mini-hydro power projects.

In mid-April, the company completed the financing need to cover the expenses of Project Rajgarh, one of two small hydro projects it’s developing in Punjab, India. The bulk of the financing was about $200,000 in convertible notes with a conversion price to be negotiated at a later date and the balance was approximately $40,000 in an equity private placement. The company’s capital raising efforts took place over the course of four months.

A few weeks later, P2 Solar received governmental approval for the project. Both the Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA), which governs all renewable energy projects in the state, and the Punjab Irrigation Department accepted and approved the detailed project report, a critical step in the developmental path as this report lays out the proposed engineering design, hydrological data and other major factors concerning the project.

Finally, in early May, P2 Solar signed an implementation agreement with PEDA that will allow the company to build, own and operate Project Rajgarh in Punjab as well as use a nearby canal’s water for power generation. Acting in its capacity as the Punjab State’s governing authority for all renewable projects, PEDA set the initial agreement period for thirty-five years with the stipulation that, after those years, both P2 Solar and the agency will mutually decide whether or not to extend the agreement. The other option is for PEDA to purchase the Rajgarh Project outright at market price.

P2 Solar’s management has expressed confidence that Project Rajgarh will become operational on schedule.

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) Steered by Savvy Leadership Team

May 20, 2014

Alternative energy developer P2 Solar is focused on the development of solar photovoltaic (PV) power and small-hydro projects. For its solar PV initiatives, it is targeting areas where abundant sunlight is present, renewable energy policies are favorable, public and private sectors are striving for implementation of solar PV measures into their energy consumption, and governments offer attractive incentive programs for solar PV projects.

On its portfolio of small-hydro projects, P2 Solar is aggressively working to develop 150MWp of electricity-generating capacity in several phases over the next few years. As it looks for opportunities to expand its portfolio, P2 Solar is developing its current small-hydro projects which currently include the Langley Rooftop Project in British Columbia; the Rajgarh Mini-Hydro Project in Punjab, India; and the Tibba Mini-Hydro Project, also located in Punjab, India.

At the beginning of May 2014, P2 Solar announced it had inked an implementation agreement with the Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA), Punjab state’s governing authority on all renewable energy projects, for P2 Solar’s Rajgarh Mini-Hydro Project. P2 Solar has said it could bring another 35MWb of small-hydro projects in India under contract.

At its head, P2 Solar is steered by a leadership team with 60 years of combined professional experience. Heading P2 Solar is company CEO and Director Raj Gurm, who has over 20 years of experience garnered from founding, leading, and operating companies across a range of sectors. Mr. Gurm is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, from where he holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology and at where he engaged in post-graduate studies and research. He started his career in 1985 by founding BR International Marketing, an importer and distributor of consumer goods in Canada. In 1989, Mr. Gurm became an independent buyer for J. Jetterson & Associates, a distributor of consumer goods to large chains stores in the United States.

Approximately six years later, Mr. Gurm was the founder of another company, Xanatel Communications, a development stage mobile telecom company in Canada. Xanatel Communications was later sold to a publically-traded company. Afterward, for ten years he started and operated a manufacturer of chemical products, of which some compounds were based on his own formulations. In 2008, Mr. Gurm turned to P2 Solar for pursuit of solar PV project development opportunities in India.

The other team members of P2 Solar leverage experience in many areas. These areas of experience include: venture capital incubation for alternative energy projects and India-based initiatives, asset evaluation in the energy and technology sectors, energy industry-related risk management, electrical engineering, technical engineering design, applications engineering, consulting, business development, operational finessing, marketing, finance, financial reporting, budgeting, accounting, sales development, and more.

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) Focuses on Clean Energy

May 13, 2014

The world’s population is increasing, and many people are beginning to wonder about the availability of resources as we head into the future. Companies in the oil, gas, water, and various energy industries are all exploring ways to ensure our future is secure enough to support our growing population. Part of this is looking for new energy sources that don’t deplete the Earth of its stores. This is where P2 Solar comes in.

P2 Solar is a company in the lucrative renewable energy market. It develops solar photovoltaic (PV) power and owns and manages several mini-hyrdo projects. P2 Solar is interested in renewable energy because it recognizes the world’s growing demand for clean energy sources.

P2 Solar’s interests benefit from clean energy’s increasingly competitive edge over traditional grid electricity. It also benefits from consumers’ and businesses’ efforts to reduce reliance on greenhouse gas-emitting fossil fuels.

The company’s interests currently lay in areas where sunlight is abundant and constant, if they have governments that favor renewable energy policies and offer incentives for companies like P2 Solar to develop there. P2 also looks for areas that have private and public sectors aiming to incorporate solar PV into their operations.

P2 Solar’s main focus is on solar PV power, but it also has interest in small-hydro technology, a small segment of the renewable energy industry. Small-hydro plants are a cost-effective source of energy that does little damage to the surrounding environment. They use slow moving water channels around the plant as their energy source. P2 Solar has two mini-hyro projects in India in its pipeline.

P2 Solar announced on May 1st that it signed an Implementation Agreement for one of its mini-hydro projects, the Rajgarh site in Ludihana, in Punjab, India. The agreement gives P2 Solar the permission to establish, operate, and maintain the project, and allows for the use of the canal water near the site.

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) is Powering Change with its Renewable Energy Solutions

May 7, 2014

P2 Solar is powering change. Since its founding in 1990, the company’s mission has been to conceive ground-breaking, environmentally-sustainable renewable energy solutions that can contribute to the reduction of global pollution.

P2 Solar directs its resources so as to benefit from a number of global trends:

• The rising demand for clean energy worldwide
• Renewable energy’s increasingly competitive edge over grid electricity
• Commercial efforts to reduce reliance on greenhouse gas emitting fossil fuels

From its base in Surrey, Canada, P2 Solar engages in the profitable renewable energy market as a developer of solar photovoltaic (PV) power and mini-hydro projects. The company focuses on the construction of solar and hydro power plants in Canada and India, and designs and installs solar photovoltaic systems on office rooftops. The company makes a point of partnering with its customers, their communities and their governments to design high-value yet cost-effective renewable energy solutions that contribute to the economies in which its projects are located.

The company’s primary focus is on its solar PV initiatives. With respect to its activities in this area, P2 Solar is concentrating on developing projects in the most favorable locations. These are locations where sunlight exposure is plentiful; renewable energy policies are advantageous; private and public sectors are actively seeking to integrate solar PV into their electricity consumption profiles; and governments offer appealing incentive policies for solar PV power generation in order to encourage development.

P2 Solar also sees tremendous opportunity in small-hydro technology, another viable method of harnessing renewable energy. In this instance, the energy is generated from small streams and irrigation cannels. Small-hydro plants are often considered a more cost-effective source of energy supply because they are more affordable and environmentally friendly when compared to conventional large-scale hydro power projects. Small-hydro plants also leave a smaller footprint on the land surrounding the project because no dams are involved. Newer, more efficient small-hydro technology even allow developers to exploit slower moving water channels, like irrigation canals, which substantially increases the number of potential generating sites. P2 Solar currently has two small-hydro projects under development in India, a nation well-known for its sizeable number of residents and encumbered electricity grid.

For more information, visit www.p2solar.com

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) Gets Government Green Light to Advance Rajgarh Mini-Hydro Project in India

May 1, 2014

P2 Solar, developer of an array of solar photovoltaic (PV) and hydro power projects, has signed an Implementation Agreement with Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA), Punjab State’s governing authority on all renewable energy projects.

Per the agreement, P2 Solar has permissions to establish, operate, and maintain the Rajgarh Mini-Hydro Project on a build, own, and operate basis, as well as allows for the non-consumptive use of the canal water for the purpose of power generation during the initial 35-year agreement period. After 35 years, with mutual consent from PEDA and P2 Solar, the agreement will either be extended or PEDA will buy the project outright at market price.

The Rajgarh Mini-Hydro Project is located on the Sidhwan irrigation canal near the city of Ludhiana in Punjab, India, upstream from P2 Solar’s other mini-hydro project, Project Tibba.

“This is another significant step as we can now hire an EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) contractor and start planning construction of the project. We will be in a position to announce hiring of the EPC and construction start date in six to eight weeks,” Raj-Mohinder Gurm, CEO of P2 Solar, stated in the news release.

Aside from P2 Solar’s pursuit of opportunities within the mini-hydro power market, the company is primarily focused on building new solar PV projects where renewable energy policies are favorable and where the public and private sectors are actively seeking to incorporate solar PV into their electricity consumption profiles.

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Indian Government Gives Nod of Approval for P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) Rajgarh Hydro Project

April 23, 2014

P2 Solar, developer of solar photovoltaic (PV) and mini hydro power projects, reports that the Detailed Project Report (DPR) for its small hydro Project Rajgarh in Punjab, India, has been approved and accepted by the Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA) and the Punjab Irrigation Department (PID).

The DPR defines the proposed engineering design, hydrological data, and other critical factors impacting the project. Receiving clearance from PEDA and PID marks a significant achievement in progressing with the small hydro project.

“This is another significant step in moving our renewable energy projects forward in India,” P2 Solar CEO Raj-Mohinder Gurm stated in the news release. “The DPR is important as it is the basis for taking and assessing construction tenders for Project Rajgarh, which we will be assessing very shortly.”

Mini or small hydro plants are often used as an energy source that is more affordable and environmentally friendly than electricity, yet capable of meeting the challenges of energy sustainability. P2 Solar currently has two mini-hydro projects under development in India, a country well-known for its high population and overburdened electricity grid.

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) Completes Financing Requirements for Punjab, India Small Hydro Projects

April 16, 2014

Today, P2 Solar announced its recent completion of certain financing required for the development of its small-hydro projects in Punjab, India. The company secured financing for small-hydro project expenses incurred from the past four months, which totaled $240,000. The financing was composed of $200,000 in convertible notes with a conversion price to be negotiated at a future date, and a balance made up of $40,000 in private equity placement.

The funds have been allocated toward project expenses. Raj-Mohinder Gurm, P2 Solar CEO said, “This financing demonstrates that key investors have confidence in our projects and the ability of our team to execute.”

P2 Solar anticipates that its Punhab small-hydro projects will reach operational status. Currently, the company is focusing on developing its current project portfolio and on raising capital. P2 Solar has three projects in its portfolio: the Langley Rooftop Project in British Columbia; the Rajgarh Mini-hydro Project in Punjab, India; and the Tibba Mini-hydro Project, which is also located in Punjab, India.

P2 Solar’s executive leadership leverages over 60 years of combined experience. In addition to these areas, P2 Solar is proactively looking at energy project development opportunities in areas with favorable solar energy regimes, inclusive of Canada and Eastern Europe.

For more information about P2 Solar, visit: www.p2solar.com

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) Provides Alternative Energy Solutions

April 9, 2014

P2 Solar’s mission is clear, even after just one glance at its logo—the upfront declaration to “Power Change” is as prominent as the company’s name.

Formed in March 2009, P2 Solar develops solar power projects in prime locations where the sun exposure is high and area governments support solar project development. The locations chosen by P2 Solar often depend on the availability of subsidies, which governments offer to attract and incorporate solar power into their electricity consumption profiles.

P2 Solar’s initiatives are part of the global movement towards choosing alternative energy sources over traditional grid electricity solutions. This movement is growing in areas where electricity costs are on the rise, especially in developing countries. Public and private sectors in these areas are also interested in exploring renewable, green energy sources as a way to reduce their dependence on fossil fuels and be more environmentally friendly.

The company currently has two projects in its pipeline. These projects, the Rajgarh Mini-hydro Project and the Tibba Mini-hydro Project, are in India, where the population—and cost of electricity—is rising rapidly. The mini-hydro projects use the locations’ natural landscapes to divert water through a turbine, keeping the irrigation canal and surrounding terrain largely undisturbed. Both projects are considered to be a major milestone for P2 Solar, as they are its first significant projects underway in India.

One of the company’s most notable projects is the Langley Rooftop Project in Langley, British Columbia, Canada. The company built a 53 KWp solar PV rooftop for a warehouse for Canada Ticket, Inc. Finished in 2013, the project is expected to generate about 10% of the Canada Ticket’s power. The company caught the eye of fellow businesses in British Columbia, who have since expressed interest in solar energy solutions.

While P2 Solar’s day-to-day operations are focused on growing its business successfully, its overall mission promises to change the way we think about and use alternative energy.

For more information, please visit www.p2solar.com

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P2 Solar Inc. (PTOS) Positioned to Ride the Coattails of India’s Ambitious New Energy Policy

April 4, 2014

P2 Solar is an engineering company that builds and designs rooftop solar panel power systems. They also construct solar power and hydro plants in not only Canada, where they are headquartered, but also in developing nations. India in particular offers opportunities for exceptional growth, but first let’s cover some background to understand why.

One of Barron’s biggest investment themes for the coming year is the Americanization of the globe, in other words, the growing demand for consumer products in the Asian developing markets. The middle class in Western industrialized nations and first world countries have been shrinking. This can especially be seen in America, as the wages for the middle class have been flat to down, consumer aggregate demand has been stagnant, and we are still well below the peak employment levels seen before the Great Recession of 2008-2009. However, two countries that have seen an exploding middle class are the ones with the largest populations, India and China.

Part of the growth of the middle class has been due to the large scale of those countries. India has a population in excess of 1.36 billion and China has a population greater than 1.24 billion. Both countries have experienced strong GDP growth due to globalization, as multinational corporations outsourced to labor in those markets. As a result of a growing middle class, consumer spending has been remarkably robust and resilient reaching an estimated $4.3 trillion in 2008, and expected to grow to $32 trillion and 43% of global consumption by 2030. So these economies have been rebalancing from export driven growth orientation to domestic consumption growth.

By standards set by the Asian Development Bank, 63% of China’s population is now considered middle class and India’s middle class is about 25% of its population. China has been more successful in growing its middle class mainly because its authoritarian government has a more state interventionist model on its capitalism, while India is more Laissez faire. As a result, infant mortality, life expectancy, immunization of children, and child nourishment all fare better in China. Nevertheless, India’s middle class is bigger than the entire population of the United States. Also, India’s population is expected to exceed that of China’s by 2028, and by matter of scale, their middle class is expected to grow with it.

A booming middle class means robust demands for electric power. Matter of fact, demand for electricity has been so great, that it often overtakes supply. Typically, base load demand is greater than supply by about 10% on average for India. In some states, this has led periods to lengthy rolling blackouts where electricity delivery is intentionally stopped for non-overlapping periods of time over different distribution regions in order to avoid a total blackout of the power system. This hasn’t been always been managed very well by the way. On July 31, 2012, such delivery problems led to a massive power outage that shut down half the country.

Also, based on World Bank figures, about 40% of India’s residences are still not connected to India’s power grid. Hence, to fulfill short-term and long-term growth economic growth needs, the country has no choice but to continue investing in its electrical power infrastructure.

Currently, about two thirds of India’s power comes from coal burning thermal plants. This model is not sustainable for a variety of significant reasons. Even though India has the fifth largest coal reserves in the world, most of it mined by state-owned Coal India, which provides coal of fairly low quality and only supplies 72% of the demands of their electric utility sector. At a greater cost, the rest of the coal has to be imported from Indonesia and Australia, with imports peaking last year. As a result, coal prices tripled over the past three years, and are predicted to increase another 25% over the next couple of years. In some parts of India, power distribution networks were not able to pay for a more costly coal based electricity and this has also resulted in power outages.

Another factor is the pollution. New Delhi and Beijing seem to be in a contest for who has the most smog. According to the Environmental Performance Index, both India and China tied for dead last in terms of populations impacted by poor air quality. The entire populations of both countries are exposed to harmful particulate matter of about 2.5 micrometers in diameter which penetrate the lungs and blood vessels and are leading cause of lung disease and premature death.

India also needs to reduce its carbon footprint, which grew as the demand for power grew. The figure was 2,240 million metric tons of carbon dioxide at the end of 2012, which is still less than the United States, which was at 5,118 million metric tons of carbon dioxide. A global risk analytics firm, Maplecroft, devised a new Climate Change Vulnerability Index which placed India at ‘extreme’ risk from global warming/climate change side effects such as droughts, floods, sea level rise, and extreme weather events.

As a result of all of the above, India’s government is making a huge push toward usage of renewable energy sources, including solar, wind, and hydroelectric power production. After seeing what happened in Japan with the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in 2011, the country has no interests in increasing its nuclear capacity beyond the scant 4% of power already produced by that technology. Matter of fact, as of April 2, Bloomberg announced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh a massive boost in their solar target for 2015, adding an additional 1 GigaWatt in capacity, and the country already doubled their capacity in 2013. The goal is to install 10 Gigawatts of solar by 2017 and 20 Gigawatts by 2022.

In a nation desperate to get off coal, P2 Solar has entered the picture at the right time. Currently, the company has plans to build 2 mini-hydroelectric power plants in Punjab (0.7 MW Rajgarh and 0.5 MW Tibba projects) and acquire another 9 MW hydro project in the state of Punjab, as well as acquire the 9.5 MW Gangani hydroelectric project in the state of Uttarakhand.

Most of us know that hydroelectric power is developed from using running water. Water is fed from a reservoir into a pipe or channel into a turbine. The pressure from the water flow pushes the turbine which rotates a shaft connected to an electric generator. To give some sense of scale, the Hoover Dam is considered a 2 Gigawatt facility and currently provides power to about 350,000 homes though it used to power more than double that back in 1984 when the water level at Lake Mead was much higher.

Large scale hydroelectric power stations typically involve building a dam which interrupts the flow of a river and can cause significant harm to a local ecosystem, and often displace people and wildlife. Small hydroelectric power plants on the other hand, have a very low environmental impact and are ideal for small communities. As P2 Solar has a primary focus on engineering solar power systems, the plans are to leverage the additional property rights associated several miles of canal space to place solar panel power systems.

The bottom line is that India’s plans to increase renewable energy capacity are quite ambitious, and so far the government has met desired goals. P2 Solar is already on its way to building a portfolio of profitable projects riding on the coattails of India’s new energy policies.

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) is “One to Watch”

March 28, 2014

P2 Solar participates in the lucrative renewable energy market as a developer of solar photovoltaic (PV) power projects, focusing its initiatives on “sunbelt” areas where sunlight exposure is abundant; renewable energy policies are favorable; public and private sectors are actively seeking to incorporate solar PV into their electricity consumption profiles; and where governments offer attractive subsidies to motivate development.

Acknowledging rising demand for clean energy worldwide, solar PV power’s increasingly competitive edge over grid electricity, and commercial efforts to reduce reliance on greenhouse gas emitting fossil fuels, P2 Solar invests and channels its resources to benefit from these global trends.

The company’s growth strategy centers on management’s aggressive mandate to develop 150 MWp of electricity generating capacity in several phases over the next few years. To this accord, the company is focused on further development of its project portfolio, which currently consists of the Langley Rooftop Project in British Columbia; the Rajgarh Mini-hydro Project in Punjab, India; and the Tibba Mini-hydro Project, also located in Punjab India.

Backed by executive leadership with more than 60 years of combined experience, P2 Solar continues to develop and expand its current projects while opportunistically pursuing development opportunities in other regions with favorable solar energy regimes, including Eastern Europe and Canada.

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