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Silicon Photovoltaic Modules feature glass-to-glass design.

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July 16, 2012 - Providing dual sided protection of silicon materials from extreme weather conditions, G2G Series has usable lifetime of 50 years. Products feature bifacial cells, framed and frameless construction, and optical tracking front sheets with micro lenses. Holographic material sandwiched between silicon and EVA layers maximizes time per day modules can generate electricity from sun. Using thinner tempered glass, PV modules minimize heat, resist impact, and eliminate micro fractures.

Advanced Solar Photonics

400 Rinehart Road #1060, Lake Mary, FL, 32746, USA

Original Press Release

Advanced Solar Photonics Introduces Line of Glass-to-Glass Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaic Modules

Press release date: July 3, 2012

Next Generation American Made Modules to Debut at Intersolar North America on July 10-12 in San Francisco

LAKE MARY, Fla., -- Advanced Solar Photonics, LLC (ASP), an American manufacturer of photovoltaic (PV) equipment and provider of turnkey alternative energy systems, today announced it is introducing a line of next generation glass-to-glass PV modules at Intersolar North America 2012 on July 10-12 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA.

The dual sided glass module (G2G) series will include a range of products featuring bifacial cells, framed and frameless construction, and optical tracking front sheets with micro lenses. G2G PV solar panels feature thinner tempered glass, which reduces the distance light travels, thereby increasing overall module efficiency 10 percent. To further increase efficiency, ASP modules feature a holographic material sandwiched between the silicon and EVA layers maximizing the time per day they can generate electricity from the sun.

"The use of glass-to- glass technology in PV module encapsulation and fabrication is an example of how electricity costs can be hedged through innovation and technology rather than through financial tools," said Lawrence Hefler, spokesman for ASP. "The company's investment in research and development will continue to bring the cost of solar to grid parity making it more economically viable in the US."

G2G architecture provides dual sided protection of silicon materials from extreme weather conditions. Thinner glass ensures less heat, thermal stability, resistance to impact and elimination of micro fractures. G2G modules are expected to have a usable lifetime of 50 years without danger of mechanical damage or temperature and humidity-related delamination of the back sheet. The glass-to-glass lamination method with no multi-layer back sheet also reduces fire hazard and lessens the probability of mechanical damage over the lifetime of the module.

The highlight of the G2G series on display at Intersolar North America is the bifacial technology that will replace costly axis-based mechanical tracking systems with less expensive optical tracking panels while achieving the same efficiency gains. ASP will be featuring five G2G products along with the ASP 400 Watt series of PV modules in Booth 7029, conveniently located on the first level of Moscone Center in San Francisco. ASP executives and product experts will be on hand to answer questions and exchange information.

Advanced Solar Photonics, LLC (ASP), is a manufacturing and R&D center for crystalline silicon solar photovoltaic (PV) panels for utility, commercial and residential applications. Based on the latest cell efficiency, light transmission, and encapsulation technologies, ASP focuses on high-efficiency, state-of-the-art solar PV modules ranging from 200 Watts to 400 Watts. ASP is the second largest producer of crystalline silicon PV panels in the United States and is one of the few producers in the US of Buy American Act compliant products suitable for government, military and municipal projects.

CONTACT: Lawrence Hefler, Corporate Communications, Advanced Solar Photonics, LLC, +1-407-804-1000 x 502, lhefler@aspfab.com

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