News Release – January 6, 2009


BlackLight Power Inc. Announces Second Commercial License with Farmers’ Electric Cooperative, Inc. of New Mexico

Non-Exclusive License to produce up to 250 MW of continuous power

Cranbury, NJ (January 06, 2009) — BlackLight Power (BLP) Inc. today announced its second commercial license agreement with Farmers’ Electric Cooperative, Inc. of New Mexico, (Farmers’ Electric). In a non-exclusive agreement, BLP has licensed Farmers’ Electric to use the BlackLight Process and certain BLP energy technology for the production of thermal or electric power. Farmers’ Electric may produce gross thermal power up to a maximum continuous capacity of 250 MW or convert this thermal power to corresponding electricity.

BlackLight Power is committed to announcing all future progress as it occurs.

About BlackLight Power

BlackLight Power Inc. is the inventor of a new primary energy source and a new field of hydrogen chemistry with broad commercial applications.

BlackLight Power has invented a new primary energy source with applications to heating, distributed power generation, central power generation, and motive power based on a new chemical process of releasing the latent energy of the hydrogen atom, the BlackLight Process.

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About Farmers’ Electric Cooperative, Inc. of New Mexico
Formed in 1937, Farmers’ Electric serves rural consumers surrounding Texico, Clovis, and Tucumcari; and the communities of Melrose, Fort Sumner, Santa Rosa, Conchas Dam, House, Grady, San Jon and Logan with over 4,200 miles of energized lines.

Media Contacts:

Ramya Kumaraswamy
Hill & Knowlton for BlackLight Power Inc.
Mobile: 646-552-8639
Office: 212-885-0552