Solar America to Attend PV America Expo

PV America East 2013 begins on Tuesday, February 5 in Philadelphia with close to 4,000 professionals from PV-related fields.

LAKE CHARLES, La.--Solar America Corp. (OTCQB: SOLX) announced today that its management team will be attending the PV America East solar expo in Philadelphia, PA. In addition to exploring innovative solar products to add to its expanding product lineup, the company will be networking with solar experts through multiple conference sessions.


PV America East 2013 begins on Tuesday, February 5 in Philadelphia with close to 4,000 professionals from PV-related fields. The show is presented by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEAI), and the Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA). PV America East will continue through Thursday, February 7 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center with nearly 100 exhibiting companies, 30+ conference sessions, and product launches with the latest innovations in solar technology.

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 www.solaramericacorp.com.

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