ET Solar Supplies 2.56MW of Transparent and Frameless Modules to French Green House Project

NANJING, China, November, 28, 2011 -- ET Solar Group Corp. ("ET Solar"), a China-based vertically integrated producer and provider of Photovoltaic ("PV") modules and related solutions to the global solar market, today announces its supply of 2.56MW PV modules to a green house project located in Cruas, France.

All modules used in the project are transparent and frameless mono-crystalline modules that ET Solar introduced to the market earlier this year. They were installed on the rooftops of an agricultural greenhouse that was grid-connected last month. Classic Energy and TRITEC were the project developer and system integrator respectively.


Mr. Dennis She, President and Chief Executive Officer of ET Solar, commented: "We are very pleased to be the exclusive module supplier to the greenhouse project that represents an increasingly exciting market segment. The experience that we acquired from the transaction will clearly strengthen our ability to be a more significant contributor to the growing French PV market."

Mr. Alexander Schumann, technical director of Cruas project designated by Classic Energy, commented: "ET Solar has demonstrated to be a trusted partner with bankable module products, value-added services and robust sales and engineering support that have contributed greatly to the timely completion of this project."

Mr. Giorgio Hefti, Chief Executive Officer of TRITEC, added: "This project is a strong proof of the high quality work of ET Solar, and we look forward to continuing our successful cooperation with them."

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