Mississauga, Ontario — Solar Income Fund and Frankensolar Americas are pleased to announce that they will work together on constructing Solar Income Fund’s 5.6MW rooftop portfolio which is exclusively located on buildings owned by the Greater Essex County Distric School Board.

SIF and its wholly owned subsidiary, CPE Inc. are excited to be partnering with Frankensolar Americas Inc. to construct and commission solar generating stations on 25 elementary and secondary schools in the Greater Essex County District School Board over the coming months.

Frankensolar was chosen as they have a successful track record on the ability to manage the construction of these projects in a professional and efficient manner.

These completed projects will be beneficial additions to SIF’s growing and robust pipeline of renewable energy projects, which will strengthen the commitment SIF has in creating a sustainable future, while helping its clients grow their wealth” said Dave Raney General
Manager of CPE.

“Frankensolar Americas is excited to provide Project Management services for this rooftop portfolio and
bring solar energy to these schools. This portfolio marks an important stepping stone for us as these
projects will create a lot of awareness for Frankensolar. We look forward to providing our expertise and
experience in constructing these projects along with supplying quality equipment to ensure high efficiency
production and interruption free operation.” explains Peter Mueller, COO and VP Projects at Frankensolar

The portfolio consists of 25 elementary and high schools, construction on the primarily flat roofs will
commence in early December. The portfolio was divided up into 4 tranches with the last project expected
to be completed in spring of 2016.

Solar Income Fund Inc. (“SIF”) is a Canadian-based company, in the Province of Ontario and has been involved in the solar energy power generation sector since 2006. The executive team has more than 25
years of experience in the renewable energy power generation sector, equipped with complementary and
professionalism in financial, legal, accounting technical and asset management. The SIF management
team has created a series of investment fund opportunities which will own world-class solar energy
assets, and other alternative energy assets backed by long-term Power Purchase Agreements. Since
inception, SIF has raised close to $100,000 million of equity, has serviced over 4,500 investors, and is
currently managing nearly 20 MW of solar assets.

Frankensolar Americas Inc (“FSA”) is a leader in photovoltaics product distribution, design, engineering and project management. Presenting bankable products, from world leaders, of the highest reliability has ensured our position as the partner of choice for many leading installers and projects clients, both in Canada and globally. As a wholly owned subsidiary of Frankensolar International GmbH, FSA draws on over 25 years of experience, in house, and from over 28 countries worldwide. Our long standing supplier partnerships allow FSA unparalleled support. This strong foundation ensures FSA deliver – be it
residential, commercial or utility – FSA have the products and the knowhow.

Author: Danny Mueller, Project Sales Manager

Danny is a business graduate from Durham College in Ontario, Canada. As Project Sales Manager at Frankensolar Americas Danny is responsible for growing the department and bringing in new business. His personal goal is to ensure that every customer will be able to boast about the amazing experience he or she has had in working with Frankensolar Americas in getting his or her project built.

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has over a decade of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

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