SolarBrook Water and Power Corporation announced Friday the acquisition of a new technology that uses solar power and a steam turbine system to produce electric power.

The new technology was acquired in a stock transaction.

The patent pending technology consists of a solar power generating system, a steam generating device, and two generators. Robert King, the developer of the solar-assisted turbine system, will join the SolarBrook Water team and manage its newest division.

King will be responsible for developing a sales and marketing program, implementing cost control programs, managing the day-to-day operations of the division, in addition to conducting research and development for additional applications of the new technology.

"We are very enthusiastic about this new technology and the addition Mr. King to our team," commented George Moore, CEO of SolarBrook Water. "The acquisition of this technology is in line with the business strategies we’ve put in motion to provide new technologies, products and services that offer appealing solutions for worldwide delivery of clean energy for both on and off grid applications.”

SolarBrook Water and Power Corporation is headquartered in Raleigh.