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Benzinga's Small Cap Movers for Tuesday February 12, 2013

Below are highlights from Benzinga's daily coverage of small cap securities making big moves:

ZBB Energy

Shares of ZBB Energy (NYSE: ZBB), the Milwaukee, WI developer of intelligent, renewable energy power platforms and hybrid vehicle control systems, rose 4% Tuesday on 10 times average volume.

ZBB Energy, a leading developer of intelligent, renewable energy power platforms and hybrid vehicle control systems, announced today that it has commissioned a ZBB EnerSystem at a mid-rise residential apartment building near downtown Honolulu for NIDON Clean Energy, a division of NIDON Computer Corporation. NIDON is a renewable energy design and integration company based in Honolulu, Hawaii. The system consists of ZBB EnerStore Zinc Bromide flow battery modules and a ZBB EnerSection directly connected to a photovoltaic array. The ZBB EnerSystem provides an integrated, scalable, modular, intelligent storage and power solution.

ZBB Energy closed at $0.39 on Tuesday.

Real Goods Solar

Advanced Photonix (NASDAQ: RSOL), the Louisville, CO solar energy integrator, rose 36% Tuesday on 11 times average volume.

Real Goods Solar shares rose as part of a strong solar sector on Tuesday.

Real Goods Solar closed at $1.51 on Tuesday.

WidePoint

Shares of WidePoint (NYSE: WYY), the McLean, VA provider of cloud-based, telecommunications life-cycle and cybersecurity management enterprise-wide solutions, rose 12% Tuesday on 3 times average volume.

WidePoint announced Monday that Jim McCubbin, executive vice president and CFO, will present at the AGC Partners' 9th Annual InfoSec and Emerging Growth Conference in San Francisco, California on Monday, February 25, 2013 at 8:20AM PT.

WidePoint closed at $0.62 on Tuesday.

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