SolarPower Restoration Systems signs three-year module supply agreement with SBM Solar

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Restoration Systems, Inc., the BIPV technology company, has announced
that it has signed a non-binding letter of intent with SBM Solar, Inc.
for the supply of a minimum of 10MW of solar modules per year for the
three years commencing 2009. The modules will incorporate SBM’s new
polymer surfaced composite panel crystalline module design.

This cooperative agreement is a result of the strategic alliance formed earlier in the year by the two companies with the aim of working together for the development of highly efficient and low cost non-glass, polymer surfaced crystalline PV solar modules for use in the BIPV market.

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By Síle Mc Mahon

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