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Sustainable Energy seals SUNERGY supply deal with European solar power specialist Tejados


Sustainable Energy Technologies (TSX-V: STG) has entered into an agreement with Spanish solar power procurement and construction specialists, Tejados Industriales de Fotovoltaica (‘Tejados’), to supply its next generation SUNERGY inverters in Spain and other European markets during 2010.

Under the terms of the deal, Tejados aims to supply the SUNERGY inverters to solar power projects totalling at least 10 MegaWatts in capacity. The first deliveries under the agreement are expected to begin during the latter part of the current quarter. Elsewhere, Sustainable Energy is replacing its first generation inverters with the new SUNERGY inverters, with the first European deliveries scheduled this month.

Sustainable Energy said its SUNERGY inverters enable the superior performance, intrinsic safety, and design flexibility of it propriety PARALEX system architecture. According to Sustainable Energy, the PARALEX massively parallel system allows each thin-solar-film module a 5-15% increased energy yield per kilowatt installed compared to conventional series connected modules.

"We are convinced that the PARALEX massively parallel system architecture using Sustainable Energy's SUNERGY inverters is by far the best solution for connection of thin film modules in the world today", Tejados CEOKlaus Muller said.

Tejados is part of a network of solar PV engineering procurement and construction firms affiliated with Signet Solar GmbH and offering comprehensive solar power solutions throughout Europe. Over the last 24 months, Tejados has integrated is operations with a network of other solar PV engineering procurement and construction firms across Europe, to offer its clients turnkey solar power solutions.

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