Solar America Signs Letter of Intent with L&G Energy Solutions

Solar energy is fast growing, increasingly more affordable and a viable solution.

GULFPORT, Miss.--Solar America Corp. (OTCBB: SOLX) announced today that the Company has signed a Letter of Intent with L&G Energy Solutions, a commercial manufacturer of energy management devices including LED lighting and solar equipment.


L&G Energy Solutions, based in Round Rock, TX, is an innovative Clean Tech company building products that dramatically reduce energy consumption. According to the provisions of the LOI, L&G Energy Solutions will supply its cutting edge LED lighting solutions for incorporation into Solar America's upcoming projects.

"Our partnership with L&G instantly increases the range of solutions that we can offer to our customers," said Solar America CEO, Robert Bludorn. "While looking for a domestic source for high quality LED lighting components to reduce our reliance on overseas manufacturers we came across L&G and believe together our companies will have a very bright future."

Solar energy is fast growing, increasingly more affordable and a viable solution. Solar installations expanded to a new record of 30.9 gigawatts globally last year, according to Clean Edge's 2013 trend report. This expansion is what drives Solar America to deliver efficient lighting solutions and build strong industry relationships with companies like L&G Energy Solutions.

About Solar America Corporation

Solar America Corporation intends to commercialize and distribute innovative solar energy products and solutions. Solar America intends to capitalize on its position in the alternative energy sector to develop cutting-edge solar technologies. Solar America common stock is traded under the symbol SOLX. For more information please visit http://solaramericacorp.com.

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