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California Power Authority. Industrial Development Bonds For Energy Financing. $30 MILLION IN TAX-EXEMPT* FINANCING AVAILABLE NOW. Borrowers must qualify as eligible manufacturers:

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    1. California Power Authority Industrial Development Bonds For Energy Financing $30 MILLION IN TAX-EXEMPT* FINANCING AVAILABLE NOW • Borrowers must qualify as eligible manufacturers: • General manufacturing companies that will use bond proceeds to purchase and/or install renewable energy systems equipment, energy-efficient equipment, and/or clean distributed generation systems on own facilities.. -or- • Manufacturers of renewable energy and/or clean distributed generation systems or components seeking to establish or expand California production facilities. • Bond proceeds must be used to finance capital expenditures for eligible systems or technologies, as illustrated on page 2. • Loan Limits: • Minimum loan size is $ 2,000,000. • Maximum loan size is $10,000,000. For more info contact: California Power Authority Industrial Financing (IDB) 901 P Street, Suite 142A Sacramento, CA 95814 Tel. (916) 651-9750 Fax (916) 651-9595 E-mail questions to: jeanne.clinton@dgs.ca.gov See program details, answers to frequent questions, loan application, and sample interest rates on the California Power Authority’s websitewww.capowerauthority.ca.gov * Taxable bondswith no loan limits & attractive termalso possible. Please call to discuss. Loan Applications should be SUBMITTED NO LATERTHAN AUGUST 1, 2003. 

    2. Eligible Borrower(as per IRS rules):  • Borrower must be a Manufacturer or Processor. Bond proceeds must be used to finance manufacturing or processing facilities and/or equipment. Generally, manufacturing or processing entails the production of tangible personal property or value added processing. The production of power for re-sale is not eligible. • To qualify for tax-exempt interest rates, borrower has a $10 million limit of total capital expenditures (from any fund sources) incurred in the same public jurisdiction as the project during the period beginning three years before the bonds are issued and ending three years after the bonds are issued. • Eligible Equipment and Technologies: • I. Installed At Eligible Manufacturing Facilities • The following list should be considered illustrative, and neither exhaustive nor all-inclusive. • General Efficiency Technologies • n Electric Motor Driven Systems n Steam Systems • n Power Quality n Sensors and Controls • n Lighting n General Industrial Process Applications • n Energy Metering n Load Management • Industry Specific Examples of Energy Efficiency Technologies • Cleanroom & Laboratory TechnologiesAgriculture & Food Processing • n Hoods, fans, filters, etc. n Ozone based Disinfectant Technologies • n Membrane Technologies • Chemicalsn Infrared Technologies • n Ultrasonic tank cleaning • n Variable frequency microwave furnaces Aluminum • n Concurrent Distillation n Waste recovery systems • Recycled plastics used for durablen Oxygen enhanced combustion goods manufacturen Recycling of Aluminum Dross • Advanced fume hood technologies Glass Electronicsn Advanced temperature measurement • n Sulfur trioxide cleaning of semiconductorsystems wafers n Oxy-fuel firing PetroleumMetal Casting • Absorption heat pump/refrigeration n Laser based laminated object • Biphase rotary separator turbine manufacturing • Catalytic distillation • Robotic inspection of storage tanks • Distributed Clean Energy Generation Technologies (Renewable and Non-Renewable) • Illustrative technologies include Photovoltaic, Solar Thermal Electric, Fuel Cells Using a Renewable Fuel, Small Wind Turbines, Biogas, and Biomass technologies. II. New or Expanded Production Facilities to Manufacture Clean Generation Components or Systems