Daetwyler Clean Energy (DCE) announces it will expand manufacturing of its racking systems to CA

Daetwyler Clean Energy (DCE) announces it will expand manufacturing of its racking systems into California to serve the western U.S. market.

Daetwyler Clean Energy (DCE) announces it will expand manufacturing of its racking systems into California to serve the western U.S. market.


Huntersville, NC, March, 2013: Daetwyler Clean Energy (DCE) announces it will expand manufacturing of its racking systems into California to serve the western U.S. market.

"Daetwyler Clean Energy has expanded its manufacturing capabilities into California." stated Bill Taylor, President, Daetwyler Clean Energy. "We have been experiencing tremendous demand for our racking systems from customers in the western United States and now can better serve this desire in a timely and cost-efficient manner. At present, engineering and support services will remain in our Huntersville, North Carolina headquarters."

Daetwyler Clean Energy is known throughout the renewable energy market as a premier solar mounting hardware manufacturer. Their experienced engineering and global fabrication facilities provide cost effective solar mounting hardware direct to installers and project developers for rooftop (flat and pitched), ground mount, and specialty applications.

For more information on Daetwyler Clean Energy's solar racking solutions, please visit their website www.daetwylerce.com or contact Bill Taylor at 704-659-7474; e-mail: btaylor@daetwylerce.com

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