SunSpec Certified gateways will be available for all Solectria Renewables' commercial and utility-scale three-phase inverters beginning in the fourth quarter of 2012; existing sites can be upgraded subsequently.

Exhibitors wishing to make preliminary enquiry should register their interest with Kelly Willett, CEDIA's Expo Manager at their earliest opportunity

Sydney, 31 July 2012 – Following a five year hiatus the CEDIA Expo will once

again return to the Gold Coast in 2013, widely acknowledged by exhibitors and
attendees alike as the most popular and effective location.

The admiration for the Gold Coast is undeniable with an extensive range of
accommodation options and wide array of attractions for CEDIA's broad base of
custom electronic installation, design professionals and their families. With
virtually all the attendees travelling there are extensive networking opportunities
and a captive audience that history has proven will visit the show floor beyond a
single day up to three times more often.

Since 2008, shadowing the rotation of Expo across the Eastern seaboard venues
and recent years' successful co-location with both DesignBuild and Build Design
Queensland Expos where several thousand unique visitors were introduced to
cutting edge and future technologies, the Gold Coast Exhibition Centre has
completed expansion that provides Event organisers the capacity to produce the
finest Expo ever. With that, the dedicated Expo website (www.cediaexpo.com.au),
floor plans, the prospectus and sponsorship opportunities for the 10 – 12 July,
2013 Expo are being prepared for imminent release in coming weeks.

Exhibitors wishing to make preliminary enquiry should register their interest with
Kelly Willett, CEDIA's Expo Manager at their earliest opportunity. The venue and
location has been synonymous with the largest and fastest selling shows so
opportunities, particularly premium prospects, will go swiftly.

CEDIA EXPO
Gold Coast Convention Centre
Gold Coast Hwy, Broadbeach

CEDIA is an international trade association of companies that specialise in
designing and installing electronic systems for the home. These systems include
home networking, home automation and communication systems, media rooms,
single or multi-room entertainment systems, and integrated whole-house subsystems
providing audio, video, lighting control, security, HVAC and other services.
The association was founded in September 1989 and has more than 3,600
member companies worldwide. CEDIA Members are established and insured
businesses with bona fide qualifications and experience in this specialised field.

For more information contact CEDIA on +61 (0) 2 9666 1677, email
info@cedia.com.au or visit the association's website at www.cedia.com.au

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