Greenscape Capital Group Inc.

January 21, 2010

Greenscape Capital Appoints Former Green Party Leader to Board of Directors


Announcement Highlights:

  • Former British Columbia Green Party leader, Christopher Ian Bennett, has joined Greenscape Capital Group's Board of Directors
  • Appointment Comes Amidst Rapid Corporate Growth

Greenscape Capital Group Inc. ("Greenscape") is pleased to announce the appointment of former British Columbia Green Party leader, Mr. Christopher Ian Bennett to the company's Board of Directors.

As the interim B.C. Green Party leader in 2007, Mr. Bennett worked closely with various political and environmental organizations before Premier Gordon Campbell announced Mr. Bennett's move to the B.C. Liberal Party in November of 2008. In addition to his role provincially, Mr. Bennett was also elected to the Green Party of Canada's Federal Council in 2007, serving a one year term and acting as a national communications advisor and strategist to the party.

Mr. Bennett will work closely with the Greenscape Capital executive office to offer his strategic counsel, unique environmental insights and expertise as the company grows in 2010 and beyond.

As Greenscape continues to expand its energy retrofit business and as the Denver Green Park DIA project progresses, the company continues to add depth to its experienced and expert management team. In addition to today's appointment of Mr. Bennett to the Board of Directors, Greenscape recently announced that Mr. Nick Skomorowski has joined the management group as a Senior Advisor to the company's wholly owned energy retrofit company, Green.Switch. Mr. Skomorowski has had a diverse mega project management career during which he has supervised more than $1 billion in construction projects over a 40 year period.

Bryan Slusarchuk, Greenscape CEO, states, "Greenscape has recently announced multiple high profile projects, targeted to significantly grow the company's asset base, revenues and income. Concurrent with this process, we have continued to build out and add depth to an already strong team of professionals as evidenced by the recent appointments of Mr. Bennett and Mr. Skomorowski."

Prior to his appointment to the Greenscape board, Mr. Bennett was a Senior Advisor to the company. He Greenscape and replaces Mr. Harry Kambolis on the Greenscape Board. Mr. Kambolis, a valuable part of the Greenscape team, will continue to actively support the company's corporate growth strategy via an advisory role.

About Greenscape Capital

Greenscape Capital Group increases environmental sustainability, social responsibility, and profitability of companies and their operations. Greenscape Capital owns 100% of Green.Switch Capital, a Canadian based energy retrofitting company focused on dramatically increasing the profitability of commercial facilities through enhanced energy efficiency and environmental best practices. Green.Switch provides full-service energy retrofitting for commercial clients. The Green.Switch energy retrofit process begins with the assessment of client issues and infrastructure, through to project design, capitalizing improvements, attaining government incentive grants when applicable, contracting, installation and monitoring. Revenue to Green.Switch is targeted during every phase of this process. When marked opportunities arise, Greenscape also invests in other companies that operate in the environmental space, providing strategic capital and business advisory services to assist companies in achieving their environmental and corporate goals.

“Bryan Slusarchuk”
CEO and Director

Contact Information:

Greenscape Capital Corp
Bryan Slusarchuk
+ 1 604.687.7130

Investor Relations Contact
Arlen Hansen
+1 866.684.6730

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Disclaimer for Forward-Looking Information
Certain statements in this release are forward-looking statements, which reflect the expectations of management regarding the Company’s listing of its common shares on the TSX Venture Exchange.  Forward-looking statements consist of statements that are not purely historical, including any statements regarding beliefs, plans, expectations or intentions regarding the future.  Such statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results, performance or developments to differ materially from those contained in the statements. No assurance can be given that any of the events anticipated by the forward-looking statements will occur or, if they do occur, what benefits the Company will obtain from them.





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