Greentech Media Announces Final List of Visionary Speakers at Solar Summit

Industry conference to take place in Phoenix, AZ on April 22- 24, 2013

BOSTON, April 3, 2013 -- Greentech Media and GTM Research

have announced the final speaker list for their sixth annual Solar Summit,
an event that brings together leading solar companies, influential
regulators and policymakers, forward-thinking utilities and bullish
investors. The conference will cover trends and predictions for the global
solar market, including PV modules, inverters and balance of systems,
emerging solar markets, and the U.S. solar market.

"The 2013 Solar Summit will be our biggest yet. We have over 90 world-class
speakers lined up from all across the value chain - vendors, financiers,
developers, utilities, and service providers,"
said Shayle Kann, VP of Research for GTM Research. In addition to the
industry-leading market analysts from Mr. Kann's team, the speaker line-up
includes:

-- Tim Derrick, General Manager, SunEdison North America

-- Diana Drysdale, Vice President -- Renewables, PSEG Energy Holdings

-- Edward Fenster, co-CEO, Sunrun

-- Michael S. Ratliff, Director, Renewable Energy and Sustainable
Development Finance Group, Overseas Private Investment Corporation
(OPIC)

-- Jorge Vargas, Vice President, Morgan Stanley | Commodities

-- Jeff Zhou, President, Hanergy Holding America

-- Jonathan Bass, Senior Director of Communications, SolarCity

-- Gregory Bernosky, Manager, Renewable Energy Program, Arizona Public
Service (APS)

-- Richard W. Caperton, Director, Clean Energy Investment, Center for
American Progress

-- Adam Goodrich, Senior Analyst, Technology Systems and Sustainability
Analysis Group, NREL

-- John Kosub, Interim Director of Integrated R
Resource Planning, CPS
Energy

-- Petra Leue, COO, Sky Solar

Registration for the Summit is open through April 22, 2013. And for the
first time, Greentech Media is offering an additional pre-conference seminar
that will focus on project development processes, major players,
market-specific issues, project economics and the demand outlook for 2013
and beyond in each of the American Southwest states.
Register for both events here: www.gtmsolarsummit.com

Greentech Media would like to thank the sponsors supporting the conference,
including: truSolar, Enphase Energy, SMA America, LLC, Advanced Energy,
Shoals Technologies Group, Power-One, Solectria Renewables, Talesun Solar,
Trina Solar, JA Solar, Atonometrics, Chint Power, REC, and Impress Labs.
Additional support from local, national, and grassroots organizations
includes AriSEIA, The Vote Solar Initiative, the SunSpec Alliance, SEIA, and
SEMI.

About Greentech Media and GTM Research

Greentech Media (GTM) produces industry-leading news, research, and
conferences in the business-to-business greentech market. Our coverage areas
include solar, smart grid, energy efficiency, wind, and other non-incumbent
energy markets. GTM Research, the research arm of the company, produces
competitive intelligence reports and data subscriptions. Using our extensive
network and in-depth analysis, GTM hosts conferences for in-person
networking and deal-making. GTM has operations in Boston, New York, and San
Francisco. For more information, visit: greentechmedia.com, follow us on
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