MiaSolé Integration Partner Clearworld’s Retrofit Solar Led Lighting Solutions Selected as Approved Vendor for Fifa 2022 in Qatar

ClearWorld LLC, an alternative energy system solution provider, is pleased to announce that they have been selected as an official vendor for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. The ClearWorld RetroFlex system will be used for uplighting for the palm trees through a creative design that they have made specifically for the games. The lights require very little maintenance and are powered entirely by renewable solar energy generated by MiaSolé's flexible, lightweight FLEX solar panels.

Santa Clara, CA February 16, 2016 - ClearWorld LLC, an alternative energy system solution provider, is pleased to announce that they have been selected as an official vendor for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. The ClearWorld RetroFlex system will be used for uplighting for the palm trees through a creative design that they have made specifically for the games. The lights require very little maintenance and are powered entirely by renewable solar energy generated by MiaSolé's flexible, lightweight FLEX solar panels.


The first soccer stadium for the 2022 FIFA World Cup is currently under construction, and will serve as the prototype for the other eight. For each stadium ClearWorld is performing two projects, 1) landscape/aesthetic lighting, and 2) street lighting leading into the stadiums. All in all, there will be a total of nine stadiums that will be built over the next five years, with a completion date of approximately 14 months from the start of construction on the first of the nine.

ClearWorld will be providing approximately 450 landscape units, as well as numerous roadway lights around the stadium and parking lots. At the stadiums, a single ClearWorld solar pole will provide enough power for 20 clean LED lights. According to ClearWorld CEO Larry Tittle, "We could not be more excited about this project as this is yet another example of ClearWorld providing solutions to lighting and alternative energy solutions, in this instance on the other side of the planet."

About ClearWorld, LLC
ClearWorld, LLC is an alternative energy systems solution provider, whose primary function is to design and retrofit energy-efficient systems that reduce utility operating and maintenance costs. ClearWorld is headquartered in Metairie, Louisiana. Additional information about ClearWorld, LLC can be found by visiting www.clearworld.us.

About MiaSolé
MiaSolé is a producer of thin-film Copper Indium Gallium Selenide (CIGS) solar cells and panels. Founded in 2004, MiaSolé has evolved from a Silicon Valley start-up to the world leader in thin-film solar panel efficiency. In its Sunnyvale, CA facility, it has demonstrated 16% module efficiency in production and 18% cell efficiency in the lab. In December 2012, MiaSolé became a member of the Hanergy family. MiaSolé joined Hanergy Thin Film Power Group as MiaSolé Hi-Tech. Hanergy provides unparalleled financial, technical, and sales expertise. Since the acquisition, MiaSolé has continued to increase cell performance as well as develop new applications for our technology. Additional information about MiaSolé can be found by visiting www.miasole.com on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/MiaSoleHiTechCorp.

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