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New Energy Technologies’ John Conklin and Patrick Thompson to Speak and Participate in Master Class Session at Energy Harvesting and Storage USA 2012 in Arlington

John A. Conklin, President and CEO of New Energy Technologies, Inc. (OTCQB: NENE) and Patrick Thompson, Vice President of Business and Technology Development have been selected to present at Energy Harvesting and Storage USA at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, VA.

The 4th Annual Energy Harvesting & Storage USA is the world’s largest conference and exhibition covering the very latest commercial opportunities, markets and the systems that need energy harvesting to power sensors. For more information on the Energy Harvesting and Storage USA 2012 conference, November 7-8, please visit the conference website:

Mr. Thompson and Mr. Conklin, representing New Energy Technologies, will be among start-ups and like-minded innovative energy companies attending this event. During their presentations and the masterclass session, they will provide an overview of Solar Window™ technology development and business objectives, discuss overall photovoltaic technology advancement, and share perspectives on improving building efficiency and energy autonomy. SolarWindow™ is a first-of-its-kind technology which enables see-through windows to generate electricity with the Company’s patent-pending electricity-generating coatings. SolarWindow™ technology utilizes an organic solar array composed of ultra-small solar cells. These cells are fabricated using hydrogen-carbon based materials.

New Energy Technologies, Inc. is positioning itself and SolarWindow™ to becoming the standard for advanced window technology for high-grade office buildings and skyscrapers. The replacement or retrofit of the current stock of windows with the advanced SolarWindow™ may result in an energy offset contribution to the overall energy equation.

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