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GreenAngel Energy Hosts First Ever PowerHaus Pavilion and Power Pitch Presentations at GLOBE 2014

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/12/14 -- For the first time in its history, the GLOBE Series, returning to Vancouver March 26-28, 2014, will feature a series of special activities hosted by GreenAngel Energy (TSX VENTURE: GAE) to promote the development and commercialization of innovative green technologies.

Sponsored by Deloittes along with the National Research Council-IRAP, the Vancouver Economic Commission, Foresight Cleantech Accelerator, GLOBE Series, the BC Innovation Council, BC Bio Energy Network, Simon Fraser University, NSERC, TMX and other partners, GreenAngel Energy is helping innovative Canadian companies gain access to investors and to explore areas of common interest and collaboration with potential business partners.

The GLOBE PowerHaus Pavilion will host more than 30 emerging and growing BC companies seeking financing and customers for clean technology solutions that could change the world. For the three days of GLOBE 2014, the Powerhaus Pavilion will feature opportunities for technology innovators and early stage companies to make "Power Pitches" to investors from around the world including angel investors, venture capital companies and corporate investors.

With a networking "Power Hour" at the end of each day and opportunities for one-on-one business matching meetings organized by Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada with members of incoming business delegations from around the world, and facilitators from the British Columbia Ministry of International Trade on hand, the Powerhaus Pavilion will be the 'go-to' BC Greentech booth at Globe.

"The PowerHaus Network was created in 2013 by SFU, NRC, and GreenAngel Energy to provide capital and management to emerging green-tech ventures," says Mike Volker, Director, SFU Innovation Office. "GLOBE 2014 gives us a chance to showcase many emerging Canadian clean tech companies to global investors and partners."

Companies showcasing their technologies throughout the three-day GLOBE event include: Aquatic Informatics, Ayana Technologies, Aurora Control, Bionic Power, CrossPacific Capital Partners, dPoint Technologies, Emergent Waste Solutions, Energy Aware Technology, Enterra Feed, Exro Technologies, General Fusion, GreenAngel Energy, GR Green Building Products, GreenStep Solutions, Green Tech Exchange, HydroRun Technologies, Inventys, Kairama, Mazza Innovation, MTT Innovation, Nomad Micro Homes, Ostara Nutrient Recovery, Reforus Wood Systems, Seabreeze Power, S2G Biochem, Solegear Bioplastics, SFU Faculty of Applied Science, Switch, TBF Technologies, Terrella Energy Systems and Urban Barns Foods.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Michael Volker - Chairman

About GreenAngel Energy

GreenAngel Energy Corp. is the first publicly traded company that invests solely in emerging private green technology companies. We provide an avenue for public investors to gain access to a portfolio of the most promising angel-stage investments across a spectrum of green technology sectors. Our focus is commercializing new technologies that produce renewable energy, improve energy efficiency, or use renewable energy resources such as water, wind and solar. We also work with companies that deploy or manage technologies and processes that reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. In addition to providing strategic capital to investor companies, GreenAngel Energy also provides mentorship and advice to help these companies achieve commercial success. For more information, please visit www.greenangelenergy.ca.

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