Solectria Renewables' CTO to be on panel at Networked Solar

Michael Zuercher-Martinson to speak on the "Technologies Enabling the Integration of Solar Power and the Grid" panel.

Lawrence, MA - January 18, 2011 - Solectria Renewables, LLC, the leading U.S. PV inverter manufacturer, announced today that its CTO, Michael Zuercher-Martinson, will sit on the Technologies Enabling the Integration of Solar Power and the Grid panel during Greentech Media's Networked Solar Conferenc


The Networked Solar Conference combines the coming convergence of distributed PV and smart grids and the benefit from the expertise of technology experts in the PV and smart grid markets. North American utility executives, Wall Street investors, US influential policy makers, and industry market analysis from the Greentech Media Research team will be in attendance.

About Solectria Renewables, LLC
Solectria Renewables, LLC is the leading U.S. based PV inverter, string combiner and web‐based monitoring company for residential, commercial and utility‐scale solar projects. Our wide range of products include 1.8kW to 500kW grid‐tied inverters for 1kW to 2MW photovoltaic systems. Solectria Renewables is backed by over 20 years experience with inverters and other electronic power systems.

To learn more about Solectria Renewables, please visit http://www.solren.com.

CONTACT
Natalie Wiener
Marketing Manager
+1 978‐683‐9700
natalie@solren.com

Scott Bowden
Business Development Manager
+1 978‐683‐9700
scott@solren.com

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