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Sunergy Obtains TRON 406, 50 t/h to 300 t/h Wash Plant in Liberia

Sunergy, Inc. (the "Company") is pleased to announce that The Company has secured a TRON 406 50 ton/hour to 300 ton/hour wash plant built by Screen USA, in near new condition. It has a 1.5 yard, 9 foot grizzly and heavy duty hopper.

With its variable speed 24 inch wide belt feed and a variable speed 4'x6' trommel, it is both fast and versatile. Its working capacity is from 50 tons to 300 tons per hour, depending on size of materials and can be towed by most trucks.

This plant is currently in Liberia and plans are to move it within the next two weeks to Kono district, the known diamond district in Sierra Leone to wash our own gravels and other gravels that we have contracted to wash for a percentage of the profits. This project is planned to work year round and has already received requests to wash gravels that will keep it operating continuously for at least the next 6 months. There is a larger wash plant within Sierra Leone that Dredgemaster has opened discussions with the owners from the UK, and should we develop an operation that would benefit this larger capacity, we will deploy it and move this first plat back to Liberia and start another Contract gravel washing project.

Company President and CEO Garrett Hale comments: "We now have four dredges working for cash flow, 2 in Sierra Leone and 2 in Liberia. We have also started a land based diamond and gold recovery operation in Kono district, Sierra Leone. This nearly new TROM 406 wash plant is perfect for gravel washing in Kono. Recently, while doing an audit of gravels waiting to be washed, it became clear that if we had a good high capacity wash plant, we could put it to work on our own gravels as well as process several other people's gravels for a nice piece of the profit as well. Our focus on using our equipment to produce cash flow is working and we have targeted several additional operations for dredging and washing gravels in both Sierra Leone and Liberia."

David Price, Dredgemaster, comments: "Our plans are really coming together. I am very happy with our Liberia Team and the additional projects that have been presented to us for evaluation. In Sierra Leone, we are already being sought after to wash gravels for others and others want us to partner up with them in additional dredging operations. We are very fortunate to have good people on our teams. This will enable us to handle the rapid growth that is going to be possible now."

Please visit the Sunergy website and review further information such as Company Reports under Projects, Previous Press Releases and SEC filing information under Investor Info.


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