World Energy Names David Bat Senior Vice President of Sales

    WORCESTER, MA, Jan. 31 /CNW/ - World Energy Solutions, Inc. (TSX: XWE)
announced today that David Bat has been named senior vice president of sales.
Bat brings over 20 years of diversified energy experience to World Energy,
including working with commercial, industrial and government customers along
with aggregators, brokers and consultants.
    Before joining World Energy, Bat served as vice president and general
manager for the third largest commercial and industrial electricity provider
in ERCOT. Prior to Constellation, Bat led the development of Chevron Energy
Solutions for Chevron Corporation, where he built a supply-side consulting
business to serve commercial, industrial and government/institution customers.
    "I see my new role with World Energy as an extension of my commitment to
the deregulated marketplace, driving further efficiencies into the market both
to reduce supplier acquisition costs and to deliver lower energy prices for
customers," said Bat. "I also see the World Energy Exchange as the platform of
choice for brokers, consultants, demand side firms, utilities and other
wholesale players looking for a proven procurement solution that also supports
Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. The World Energy Exchange has executed transactions
worth over $2 billion in electricity, natural gas, fuels and emissions credits
and has over 200 registered suppliers, creating what I believe is the premier
platform for the space."
    "We are extremely pleased to have attracted one of the most accomplished
executives in the deregulated energy market to our senior team," commented
Richard Domaleski, World Energy's CEO. "David's reputation speaks for itself,
and we look forward to supporting him in extending our national footprint and
deepening our Texas presence."

    About World Energy
    World Energy is an energy brokerage company that has developed an online
auction platform, the World Energy Exchange, through which energy consumers in
the United States are able to purchase electricity and other energy resources
from competing energy suppliers. To date the company has brokered over
27 billion kilowatt hours of electricity and 63 million decatherms of natural

    This press release contains forward-looking statements that are subject
to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ from
those indicated in the forward looking statements. Such risks and
uncertainties include, but are not limited to: that our revenue is dependent
on actual future energy purchases pursuant to completed procurements; the
demand for our services is effected by changes in regulated prices or
cyclicality or volatility in competitive market prices for energy; our
dependence on a small number of key energy consumers, suppliers and channel
partners; factors outside our control that affect transaction volume in the
electricity market; and other factors identified in our Registration Statement
on Form S-1 and subsequent reports filed with the Securities and Exchange

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For further information: Media Relations, Ginger Juhl, Juhl
Communications, (720) 200-4082,; or Investor
Relations, Jim Parslow, World Energy Solutions Inc., (508) 459-8100,

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