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November 16, 2006
Thermal Conversion Technology was recently featured in an article that appeared in the Jacksonville Business Journal.

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May 19, 2006

Metrima Signs Distributor Agreement with TCT Solar
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Metrima ( Stockholm , Sweden ) announced today that it has signed an agreement with TCT Solar in the U.S. The agreement enables Metrima (formally ABB Meters) to obtain an entrée to the markets in the U.S. , Mexico , Caribbean and Canada through the TCT Solar sales channel.

To increase its market presence in the U.S. , Metrima selected TCT Solar as its new North American distributor. TCT Solar, based in Jacksonville , Florida specializes in the manufacture and integration of solar thermal systems. Through this agreement, Metrima gains access to the potentially large market for BTU Meters with an emphasis on the growing solar thermal segment .

“This is an important and strategic step for us,” says Christophe Dupouy, Export Manager at Metrima and responsible for signing the new agreement. “TCT Solar has an extensive distributor and contractor network in North America and the Caribbean markets that will further allow us to develop and grow our heat metering business. TCT Solar is well known for providing solutions with high performance and durable design. Metrima products complement TCT Solar 's offerings and open tremendous business opportunities in the markets they serve.”

Metrima offers a complete range of BTU metering products combining calculators, temperature sensors, mechanical and ultrasonic flow sensors, as well as, AMR systems for many heating and cooling applications. Metrima is based in Stockholm , Sweden and has dedicated distributors around the world.

“We are very pleased that Metrima has selected TCT Solar as their new North American partner. Metrima BTU Meters are well known throughout Europe and we look forward to growing their business here in North America and the Caribbean . Additionally, as part of our efforts, TCT Solar will develop new products and service offerings utilizing the Metrima family of meters, The TCT Metrima BTU meter for the first time enables metered solar thermal energy production to be utility billed like solar electric systems” stated Steven K. Gorman, President & CEO of TCT Solar . “The Metrima product line will provide TCT Solar with a key component for the expansion of our ProgressivTube® solar water heating system business, as well as, allowing us to expand into other markets in thermal analysis, and where Renewable Energy Credits (REC's) are collected and tradeded.

April 28, 2005

TV's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
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Featuring TCT Solar's ProgressivTube® Water Heating System (Jacksonville, FL USA)
ABC's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition – Dolan family house, features TCT ProgressivTube® Solar Water Heating Systems. Tune in at 7 p.m. (EST), Sunday May 1, 2005 to watch this exciting episode.

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition is a national TV program airing on ABC Sunday evenings with 17-20 million viewers tuning in each week.

James Dolan was shot and blinded in the Radio Shack shooting last November in St. Petersburg, Florida. Dolan's story caught the attention of ABC' Extreme Makeover team which works with a local builder to overhaul - and in most cases, replace - a home for a family struggling to overcome adversity.

Lexington Homes built and donated the home for the Dolan Family. The 3,500 square foot home features dozens of advanced and energy efficient technologies including two TCT, PT40 ProgressivTube® solar water heating collectors.

The ProgressivTube® solar water heating system, provided courtesy of the SunBuilt Program, requires no pumps or controls and contains no moving parts. Installed by Solar Source of Largo and manufactured by Jacksonville-based TCT Solar, the two collectors installed have a heating capacity of 80 gallons and are expected to save the family about $500 annually.

“We are extremely honored to be a part of this worthy cause,” commented Steve Gorman, CEO of TCT Solar. “The addition of the PT40 collectors will provide a continuous supply of hot water for use by the entire home. The system requires little or no maintenance which is ideally suited for this home application.”

“We are especially pleased to be able to participate in the Extreme Makeover , Dolan family project. As a normal part of our business practice, TCT Solar works with several charitable groups to help provide a reliable and cost effective supply of hot water for both residential and commercial applications,” Mr. Gorman added.

September 13, 2004
Thermal Conversion Technology was featured in an article that appeared in the Business section of the Florida Times Union newspaper.

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