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ECD signs multi-year laminates order with Carlisle Energy Services

Energy Conversion Devices, Inc. (ECD) has received a multi-year order from Carlisle Energy Services, a new division of Carlisle Construction Materials, for its thin-film UNI-SOLAR laminates. The volume of the order was not revealed, but it was stated that the laminates are scheduled for use in commercial rooftop installations.

“UNI-SOLAR products are a natural fit for both our EPDM and TPO single-ply roof systems and our extensive network of certified installers, as they can be readily adhered to the rooftop without the need for special equipment. Furthermore, these products contain no glass, operate in low-light situations and offer excellent performance in high temperatures," commented John Altmeyer, CEO of Carlisle Construction Materials.

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