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ADVISORY/Largest Los Angeles Corporate Solar Power System to Be Dedicated; Helps Brighten Energy Outlook for State.

Assignment, Business & Metro Editors

ADVISORY...for Thursday (July 12)

--(BUSINESS WIRE)

California and City Officials Encourage Corporate Sector

to Join Solar Revolution

WHAT: 200-kilowatt solar power system, largest corporate-owned
 sun-powered facility in city of Los Angeles, dedicated by
 Neutrogena, state and city officials

WHO: Dr. Woodrow Clark, California Gov. Gray Davis' Sr. Policy
 Advisor for Energy Reliability;
 Ruth Galanter, City Councilmember, 6th District;
 Michael McNamara, President, Neutrogena Corp.;
 Harry Kauffman, Worldwide Energy Director,
 Johnson & Johnson, Inc.; and
 Angelina Galiteva, Executive Director of Strategic
 Planning, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

WHEN: Thursday, July 12, 2001
 10 a.m.

WHERE: Neutrogena Corporate Headquarters
 5735 96th St.
 Media Parking: 98th St. between Airport Blvd. and Bellanca
 (behind Hilton Hotel)

WHY: Solar power system helps lower corporate electricity costs
 and adds clean renewable energy to city and state
 electricity grid; corporation finds that LADWP Solar
 Incentive Program helps make system more cost effective.

VISUALS: High-Tech Flat Roof-top Photovoltaic Module Array;
 Neutrogena, state and city Officials push switch to
 start-up system;
 Speakers with 200-member audience;
 B-roll -- U.S. Department of Energy animation of how solar
 power system works
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