Active Power Regains Compliance With NASDAQ Minimum Bid Price Rule

Thu Jan 10, 2013 9:21am EST

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AUSTIN, TX, Jan 10 (Marketwire) -- 
Active Power (NASDAQ: ACPW), manufacturer of UPS (uninterruptible power
supply) systems and modular infrastructure solutions, has received
notification from NASDAQ that the company's bid price deficiency has been
cured and that the company is in compliance with all applicable listing
standards. Specifically, the NASDAQ Listing Qualifications department
informed Active Power that it has regained compliance with the $1.00
minimum bid price requirement for continued listing on The NASDAQ Capital
Market as set forth in NASDAQ Listing Rule 5550(a)(2).

    About Active Power
 Founded in 1992, Active Power (NASDAQ: ACPW) designs
and manufactures continuous power solutions and critical backup power
systems that enable data centers and other mission critical operations to
remain 'on' 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Active Power solutions are
intelligently efficient, inherently reliable, and economically green,
providing environmental benefits and energy and space efficiencies to
customers' financial benefit. The company's products and solutions are
built with pride in Austin, Texas, at a state-of-the-art, ISO 9001:2008
registered manufacturing and test facility. Global customers are served
via Austin and three regional operations centers located in the United
Kingdom, Germany, and China, supporting the deployment of systems in more
than 40 countries. For more information, visit

    Active Power and CleanSource are registered trademarks of Active Power,
Inc. The Active Power logo and PowerHouse are trademarks of Active Power,
Inc. All other trademarks are the properties of their respective

    SOURCE: Active Power, Inc.


Active Power Investor Contact: 
Ron Both 
Liolios Group 
(949) 574-3860 

Active Power Media Contact:
Lee Higgins
Senior Public Relations Manager
(512) 744-9488 

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