XsunX CEO Interview by CEOcast.com Discusses Marketplace Demand

XsunX, Inc., developer of Power Glass(TM), an innovative solar technology that allows glass windows to produce electricity from the power of the sun, today announced that the company's CEO, Mr.

Tom Djokovich, has been interviewed by CEOcast.com for their streaming broadcast Internet radio program.

The audio interview, which discusses the company's opportunities and what to look for in 2005, is currently available for listening on the www.CEOcast.com web site, key word XsunX.

The CEOcast interview with Mr. Djokovich provides insight into the exciting field of Building Integrated Photovoltaics "BIPV" representing the core of the company's business plan, and goes further to discuss the changing market conditions and the growing demand for solar energy products in the marketplace.

A recent Colorado law passed requiring utilities to get three percent of their electricity from the sun, wind or plant and animal waste by 2007 demonstrates the growing alternative energy market. Colorado Senator Ken Salazar recently suggested to the incoming secretary of energy that the rest of the nation would benefit from a law imitating Colorado's legislation that requires utilities to use renewable energy.

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