Phono Solar to reveal new strategy at Intersolar San Francisco, Booth 8357

The innovative group continues to manufacture cutting-edge tools which will be on display at Intersolar San Francisco

THE WOODLANDS, TX - Phono Solar, one of the world's largest solar companies specialized in the complete design and production of high quality mono crystalline and poly crystalline silicon solar modules, will showcase at Intersolar San Francisco, July 12-14 2011, where they will reveal their new strategy for the US market.


Phono Solar already plays an active role in the US and recently secured an important distribution agreement with CED GreenTech. The company was also selected to provide their superior performance modules at the San Bernardino airport. In addition, Phono Solar is a leading supplier in several large international projects, and will unveil these details at Intersolar.

Phono Solar's high-quality modules are ranked in the top 1% efficiency. The innovative group continues to manufacture cutting-edge tools which will be on display at Intersolar San Francisco. Thanks to their affiliation with Chinese giant Sumac, the company also offers strong bankability, important in any large-scale solar project.

For more information on Phono Solar and to book an interview at the show,
please call Tanya Otis at 403-452-6506.


About Phono Solar
Phono Solar Inc. is one of the world's largest photo-voltaic module manufacturers. As a leading supplier of solar modules, Phono Solar designs, manufactures and delivers solar products for on and off-grid use. With operations in North America, Europe and Asia, Phono Solar provides its partners with high-quality, competitively priced PV modules that are among the industry leaders in efficiency and warranty.


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