Pennington-based WorldWater & Power, a producer of high-power solar systems, has been awarded a $5.7 million contract byPennington-based WorldWater & Power (OTC BB: WWAT.OB), a producer of high-power solar systems, has been awarded a $5.7 million contract by Bayshore Recycling to install a 700-kilowatt system at BayshoreÂs Keasbey headquarters. Bayshore recycles construction debris, which is processed and transformed into marketable products. The WorldWater unit will provide the majority of power for BayshoreÂs operations. ÂSelecting a non-polluting energy source was a natural decision for us,Â says Valerie Montecalvo, BayshoreÂs president. ÂOur entire mission is to reduce waste and improve the environment, so we are thrilled that WorldWater & Power will be building a state-of-the-art solar energy system to reduce our energy costs and provide sustainable, non-polluting power.Â Shares of WorldWater & Power traded at $0.48, down $0.02, this afternoon.