Powerway Solar Mounting Will Attend Solar Power International 2011

As one of the exhibitors of Solar Power International, Powerway solar mounting will take an active part in this expo, showing the popular PowerScrew System for ground project, PowerFit System for concrete roof, PowerClamp System for metal sheet roof, and many other creative products.

Solar Power International will be held on October 17-20, 2011 in Dallas Convention Center, USA. As one of the exhibitors, Powerway solar mounting will take an active part in this expo, showing the popular PowerScrew System for ground project, PowerFit System for concrete roof, PowerClamp System for metal sheet roof, and many other creative products, presenting itself in front of worldwide insiders in the PV industry with innovative solar mounting systems and high-effect solutions.


Solar Power International (SPI) is North America's largest, most comprehensive solar power trade show and conference. In 2011, over 1,100 companies from all vertical markets in the solar power spectrum will exhibit in a space of more than 1 million gross square feet.

Powerway dedicates itself to offering solar mounting systems with professional design, production, manufacture and installation, wishing to provide clean alternative energy for global people so as to protect our only earth. Our motto, "Powerway, safety all the way", continues to encourage every member of our staff in their commitment to safer, more reliable mounting systems for all our customers.

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