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  1. Borealis Lighting and Total Energy Concepts Bringing Sustainability to It’s Greenest

  2. Longest LED Experience in Industry • 1995 Launch Customer = US Government • Air Craft Carriers • Nuclear Submarine • Military Helicopters

  3. 90% less energy consumption No Radiant Heat or UV 11.9 years = 100,000 hrs. @ 12 hrs/day 100% Green – No Mercury or hazardous materials No breakages (polymer & solid state) PolyBrite International has developed the perfect LED light bulb Borealis Brand Lighting

  4. 1963 Second largest phone company - $35 billion annual revenues 1969 SAFP (Spectrum Analysis & Frequency Planning) 1970 CML A domestic satellite company made up of Comsat, MCI & Lockheed 1974 Largest on-line computer network – 25 million terminals 1976 BTC Business Telecommunications Corp., Chicago - Milwaukee 1976 Railfone Telephone service to rail passengers – still in operation for over 30 years. 1977 First commercial air-to-ground telephone system 1989 First fully digital air-to-ground telephone service 1995 Goeken Group Corp. Specializing in health, safety and lighting Goeken Group Corp. Telecommunications pioneer John D. “Jack” Goeken - known worldwide in the communications industry, and as an innovative entrepreneur. Dr. Goeken is Chairman and CEO of Goeken Group Corp., and founded the following companies

  5. PolyBrite has achieved the following milestones: • Founded in 1995, producing and shipping LED lighting products worldwide for 14 years. • LED light bulbs that have the brightness, quality and low cost that no other manufacturer has been able to duplicate. • Recognized as the technology leader in the LED lighting field. • Numerous patents relating to LED technology. • U.S. Naval approval of PolyBrite products for use in nuclear submarines. • Co-Development Agreement with NanoSi Technologies, Inc./University of Illinois to use nano technology in LED lighting and solar cell products. • Private label for Sylvania/Shram. • Product Development and Purchase Agreement with Macy’s Department Stores. • Widest and most diverse product line all UL, CE, ITL, Wet Label, and Energy Star.

  6. State-of-the-art LEDs Polymer Lens Light Dispersion Electronics Heat Management Dimmable Unbreakable Optic Lens Why Borealis lamps are different?

  7. Patented light diffusion system • The patented polymer bulb shell allows light to pass through without blockage, with total diffusion of the directional LED light. • The polymer shell is virtually indestructible. • The optical lens over the LED is another polymer covering that starts the diffusion at the LED level.

  8. Benefits of LED Lighting • Energy efficiency-up to 90% less power consumption • No radiant heat created, accounting for 11% savings on air conditioning • Long life-100,000 hours is 22 years at 12 hours a day • 100% GREEN. No mercury. No disposal issue. • Unbreakable polymer shells. No need to stock spares. • No UV generated which will degrade merchandise • Consistent brightness across 12 years or more – L70 • Quality of light is better than fluorescent due to higher CRI • Maintenance savings – eliminate for 12 years or more... • No harmful EMI causing health issues

  9. Current LED Product Range

  10. New Product Development Filament Look LED Lamp Replacement for Incandescent Light Bulbs • A19 • A19 High Intensity • B10 • B10 High Intensity • S14 • R20 • MR16

  11. Borealis PAR38 1st Q 2009 4th Q 2009 Non Dimmable Dimmable

  12. M60 S14 S11 Decorative LED Product Range All UL listed Usable in wet locations

  13. warm white and cool white Current Production Capabilities In addition to current production, Borealis can also manufacture: MR12 R30, R40 G16, G25 All in warm white, or cool white, in either clear or frosted (diffused) bulbs.

  14. Hold numerous patents pertaining to general illumination bulbs Ownership of patents developed with Dr. Munir Nayfeh and the University of Illinois Luminescent silicon nanoparticle technology LED Lamps/Solar Panels Lower cost Uniform quality Increased efficiency Polybrite Patents Borealis Brand Lighting

  15. Commercial Application Of Borealis LED Product Designer’s Show Room Cove Molding Ceiling Cove Molding

  16. Disney World Animal Kingdom –Triceratops Ride Borealis M-60 Halogen CFL

  17. McDonalds Menu Board Lighting

  18. McDonalds Interior Lighting

  19. Merchandise Mart Green product gallery and education center Premiered November 2007 Showcase for new, innovative, sustainable and eco-friendly products, located on first floor Awarded Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certificate

  20. City of Chicago – Christmas Tree 9,000 Borealis bulbs Daley Plaza, ChicagoHoliday Season, 2008/09 Used 68,000 fewer kWh of electricity than incandescent bulbs during the holiday season. Reduced:carbon dioxide emissions by 85,000 pounds,nitrogen oxide emissions by 148 pounds and sulfur dioxide emissions by 524 pounds. Bulbs should last over 120 years

  21. Beijing Olympics Beijing – Birds NestStadium Signage August 2008 Borealis Modular Lighting System

  22. Exterior Lighting

  23. B-10 Comparison Sylvania Halogen Borealis LED B-10 1.3 Watt Sylvania CFL B-10 9 Watt Borealis LED B-10 1.3 Watt Sylvania B-10 60 Watt

  24. A-19 comparison 40W, 60W $.55 $192.50 $.90 $285.00

  25. A-19 comparison 75W, 100W $1.30 $347.50 $1.70 $465.00

  26. TOTAL ENERGY CONCEPTS, Inc. & Presented by: Total Energy Concepts, Inc. CONTACT: Jeff Peterson Minneapolis Office: 763-536-0027 Cell: 612-384-3260 jpeterson@totalenergyconcepts.com