AC Solar Technology to Present at PHOTON's Solar Terawatt-hours Conference Series

Bend, Oregon, January 15, 2010 - AC Solar Technology Incorporated announced today that the company will be presenting at the Photon Start-up Conference on February 3 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

Bend, Oregon, January 15, 2010 - AC Solar Technology Incorporated announced today that the company will be presenting at the Photon Start-up Conference on February 3 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.


AC Solar Technology is commercializing their Blue Leaf 210W AC module. Each Blue Leaf AC module has a grid-interactive inverter factory installed and generates AC electricity. The system uses no DC wire or DC components and is entirely AC from the module to the grid.

"We are pleased to be invited to speak at such a prestigious event," says Glenn Harris, CEO of AC Solar Technology. "AC modules will play an important role in expanding solar electric markets and we appreciate the opportunity to discuss our activities and build awareness about the benefits of our product at this high level industry gathering."

Alternating Current PhotoVoltaic (ACPV) modules are a natural evolution in solar electric system development and offer many advantages over current solar electric solutions. Each Blue Leaf AC module is a complete solar electric system. Consumers can start with one Blue Leaf AC module and expand their solar system whenever they choose. AC modules radically reduce the initial price of a solar electric system and for many systems will cost less on a per watt basis.

System design and installation is simple with Blue Leaf AC modules. Electricians and other trades will require much less training compared to current solar electric systems, enabling a national work force that can quickly support mass market adoption.

About AC Solar Technology Incorporated

AC Solar Technology is a privately held corporation located in Bend, Oregon and is founded by a team of solar industry veterans and business executives. The company's objective is to increase the adoption of solar electricity by providing simple, reliable and cost effective AC solar systems.

For more information contact:

Glenn Harris
AC Solar Technology
888.293.5659 ext. 111
gharris@acsolartech.com

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