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  2. 2. DISCLAIMER While the information herein is believed to be accurate, Acro Energy Technologies Corp. ( Company ) together with its respective directors, officers, employees, agents, and partners, expressly disclaim any and all liability for representations or warranties, express or implied, contained in, or for omissions from, this overview or any other written or oral information transmitted by or on behalf of the Company. The information contained herein, while obtained from sources we believe are reliable, is not guaranteed as to its accuracy or completeness. The content of this presentation is for information purposes only and does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation to purchase any securities referred to herein. This presentation includes certain forward-looking statements about future events and/or financial results which are forward- looking in nature and subject to risks and uncertainties. Forward-looking statements include without limitation, statements regarding the Company s plan, goals or objectives, and future plans and objectives of Acro Energy Technologies Corp. Forward- looking statements can generally be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as may , will , expect , intend , estimate , anticipate , believe , or continue or the negative thereof or variations thereon or similar terminology. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Potential investors should conduct their own investigations as to the suitability of investing in securities of Acro Energy Technologies Corp. 2  
  3. 3. ACRO IS A MARKET LEADER Acro Energy Technologies industry-leading results ≈297%     #4   >35%   Posi0ve  Net   annualized  organic   largest  retail  solar   integrator  in  California   gross  margins  in  Q210,   higher  than  all  public   Income     growth  in  Q210   achieved  in  Q210   DEC09  out  of  750   compeAtors    A leading retail renewable energy solutions provider, having sold and installed >2,000 solar energy systems to date  Helping consumers reduce their power consumption costs by engineering, installing, and arranging the financing for renewable energy systems at customers facilities  Delivering the best customer experience, using highest-quality, most cost-effective technologies and financing solutions available in the market  Growing organically and via acquisition to create the largest, most profitable down-stream renewable energy company in the United States  Maintaining high-talent, low-cost shared service operations at our headquarters, supporting locally- focused sales, installation, and customer service operations in Arizona and California 7/14/10   3  
  4. 4. STRONG SOLAR INDUSTRY FUNDAMENTALS costs Decreasing costs  Upstream investment in solar technology capacity is lowering system prices  Wholesale module prices have fallen by approximately 50% in 24 months  Government incentives—federal tax incentives and state rebates—are spurring consumption Fragmented competition fragmented  ≈60% of our market is serviced by small, sole-proprietorships in California  Expansion markets are dominated by small firms Expanding market  Utility-provided power prices are high and increasing  market    Global commodity demand and domestic renewable energy standards are increasing wholesale prices  Distributed solar power is a money-saving option for more consumers  Solar is economical for approximately 3.5 million single family households in California Creating opportunity  Most solar integrators lack cost-effective customer acquisition and installation capabilities  None have the economies of scale and scope to deliver solar to thousands of customers opportunity  Without achieving effective operating leverage most competitors will shrink 4  
  5. 5. SOLAR IS NOW A MIDDLE CLASS PRODUCT Affordable financing dramatically expands the residential solar market  <20,000 customers buy residential solar electric systems in the US with cash or debt  Average single family homes in CA have >$150/month electricity bills  Buying power from an Acro system is affordable and effective for middle class customers because of our financing solutions  Making solar a smart purchase for ≈50% of California s 7MM single-family homeowners Homeowners start saving with solar for $1,000 down  Save >10% on electricity bills >$150/month  Purchase the power from an Acro Energy solar system  Financing through SunRun and US Bancorp 5  
  6. 6. LED BY AN EXPERIENCED TEAM Harry Fleming – Chief Executive Officer, Director 25 years M&A, numerous rollups in the service sector such as BFI and Allwaste in the waste business- both billion dollar companies listed on the NYSE Recent rollup of health care centers in Houston as principal - IPO at $175MM on TSX Boston College MBA and University of Houston JD Nat Kreamer – President, Director Founder, President, and COO of SunRun, pioneering and leading provider of residential solar finance Grew SunRun to become the largest residential solar financing company in the US in 24 months, raising $117MM in venture capital and tax-equity, structuring and managing partnerships with the largest US solar integration firms Rice University MBA, Northwestern University BS, Afghan war veteran, and Bronze Star Medal recipient Marty Spake – Chief Financial Officer Public company experience at Chicago Bridge and Iron Co (NYSE: CBI) Vice President, M&A, Investor Relations, and Strategic Planning at CB&I Stanford University MBA and United States Military Academy BS 6  
  7. 7. GROWING EXISTING BUSINESSES Q1 10 Results 2010 YTD1 2010 2011  $3.8 MM revenue achieved  120% annualized growth Revenue $ 9,200,000 $ 24,000,000 $ 40,000,000  $100+k positive ebitda Cost of goods sold 14,880,000 24,800,000  Due to seasonality, Q1 revenues typically are ≈14% of annual Gross profit 9,120,000 15,200,000 Approx. 38% 38.0% 38.0% revenues Operating expenses Sales & Marketing 1,950,000 3,200,000 Q2 10 Results General and administrative 4,700,000 6,400,000  ≈$5MM in sales back-log Depreciation 160,000 200,000  $5.4MM Revenue Total operating expenses 6,810,000 9,800,000  297% increase in year over year quarterly revenues Operating income 2,310,000 5,400,000 9.6% 13.5%  $200-300K Net Income Expected  $300-400K ebitda Interest expense 550,000 550,000  Q2 revenues typically are ≈22% Income before income taxes 150,000 to 250,000 1,760,000 4,850,000 of annual revenues Income taxes - - 2,044,476 Q3 10 Guidance Net income 150,000 to 250,000 1,760,000 2,805,524  $7.5MM Revenue 7.3% 7.0%  $700-900K Net Income EBITDA 450,000 to 550,000 2,470,000 5,600,000  $800-1,000K ebitda 10.3% 14.0% 1 Reflects Company s guidance pending the filing of second quarter financials 7  
  8. 8. Acro  Energy  Technologies  Corp.     TSX-­‐V:  ART   32,545,280 shares issued, as of June, 2010     Harry  Fleming,  CEO   Nat  Kreamer,  President   Marty  Spake,  CFO     Corporate   10700  Richmond  Avenue   Suite  275   Houston,  TX    77042   t.  713-­‐715-­‐1000   f.  713-­‐715-­‐1011   27JAN2010