Additional Exhibitors Announced for the 1st SEMA Technical Conference and Exhibition

Four additional companies will exhibit at the 1st SEMA Technical Conference and Exhibition, scheduled to take place May 24-26, 2011 at the Wyndham Hotel in San Jose, CA.

The Solar Engineering & Manufacturing Association (SEMA) today announced four additional exhibitors at the 1st SEMA Technical Conference and Exhibition, scheduled to take place May 24-26, 2011 at the Wyndham Hotel in San Jose, CA.


The new exhibitors include Flexlink Systems Inc., a manufacturer of factory automation systems; Schiller LLC, a provider of production solutions to the solar industry; FujiFilm Dimatix, the world's largest supplier of drop on demand ink jet systems; and Espec, a leading manufacturer of environmental test chambers.

The event will include training courses, a technical conference and an exhibition, and will encompass solar manufacturing, reliability and standards. Processes and issues related to monocrystalline and polycrystalline photovoltaics, thin-film technology, inverters, power optimization, and related processes will be addressed. SEMA also will focus on urgent issues including long-term reliability, design for manufacturability and cost reduction.

The outlook for the solar industry is bright, and as the voice of the engineering and manufacturing community, SEMA is a vital contributor to the solar enterprise. For more information, visit www.solar-ema.org/2011-conference.html, or contact Matthew Holzmann at matt.holzmann@solar-ema.org or Jasbir Bath at jasbir.bath@solar-ema.org.

For further inquiries, please contact:
Matthew Holzmann, President
SEMA
3617 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Santa Ana, CA 92704, USA.
714-979-7500

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