AIT to speak at NTPC O&M conference in New Delhi, India

AIT has been invited by India’s National Thermal Power Company to present its
innovative CleanCem technology at the annual O&M Conference held February 13-15,
2011 in New Delhi, India. AIT has the distinguished honor of being one of only three
commercial companies, along General Electric and Alstom, selected to present technical
innovation and new products or services.

This foray into the Indian Power scene is a result of AIT’s continuous engagement in the
Indian market, where 70% of electricity is sourced from coal energy. With ash contents
of up to 45%, today’s 170 million annual tons of waste ash generated already exceed
what is produced in the US.

“India’s incredible growth creates a need for more cement and more energy in a coal rich
country. This is a picture perfect combination for AIT, which has developed the
CleanCem technology to convert waste from coal combustion into a carbon neutral
substitute for cement”, said Marc Zacharias, AIT’s Co-founder and CEO. “We want to be
there to produce the materials needed for new infrastructure while preserving the
environment.”

NTPC, was set up in 1975 and is India’s largest power company, supplying 28.6% of
India’s power with a current generating capacity of 33,194 MW, 75% of which is based
on coal combustion