UMA Solar to Exhibit Breakthrough Preheat Technology

UMA Solar, manufacturer and distributor of the industry's highest-performing solar thermal products for residential and commercial applications nationwide, announced today it will be exhibiting a new solar preheat application at the Solar Power International 10 conference in Los Angeles.

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UMA Solar to Exhibit at Solar Power International 10 Conference in Los Angeles

ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. (September 22, 2010) - UMA Solar, manufacturer and distributor of the industry's highest-performing solar thermal products for residential and commercial applications nationwide, announced today it will be exhibiting at the Solar Power International 10 conference in Los Angeles from October 12-14. The company will be situated at booth # 4001 in the South Hall for the duration of the conference.

Solar Power International, North America's largest business-to-business solar event, is expected to gather more than 1,000 exhibitors in the south and west exhibit halls of the Los Angeles Convention Center. More than 27,000 guests are expected to be in attendance.

"Solar Power International is a critical industry event and we look forward to exhibiting our current and new preheat technology to potential dealers," said UMA Solar's Chief Operations Officer Remo Eyal.

UMA Solar will feature a full line of state-of-the-art solar thermal products including Heliocol, Solene, Sunstar, and its newest application, a groundbreaking solar preheating technology for large-scale commercial buildings.

"We are thrilled to unveil our new solar preheating system," said Tod Ellington, director of marketing for UMA Solar. "Not only will this system deliver more energy per building than any other solar technology, it also has a faster return on investment."

UMA Solar representatives will be available throughout the duration of the conference to meet with current and potential dealers interested in learning more about the advantages of UMA Solar products.

About UMA Solar:
UMA Solar manufactures and distributes the industry's highest-performing solar products for residential and commercial applications nationwide. UMA Solar features industry leading products including advanced solar pre-heating systems for commercial applications; Heliocol, the world's top solar pool heating systems; Solene Solar Water Heaters; and, MyGen, Kyocera photovoltaic (PV) solar electric equipment packages designed specifically for residential grid-tied applications. UMA Solar offers its products through its network of over 700 dealers nationwide. Four distribution locations are strategically placed throughout the U.S. for convenient and continuous availability. For more information, call UMA Solar at 1-800-79-SOLAR or visit http://www.umasolar.com.
For more information please contact: Tod Ellington, Director of Marketing, tellington@umasolar.com
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