SANYO Component to present at ExCeL London in the U.K.

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SANYO Component to present at ExCeL London in the U.K.

Greentech Lead Asia: SANYO Component Europe (SANYO), a
group company of Panasonic, will be exhibiting at Ecobuild, an event for
sustainable design, construction and the built environment, at ExCeL London in
the U.K. from March 20 – 22, 2012.

Special focus will be on the upcoming Panasonic brand
change for SANYO HIT solar modules, which will take effect from 1 April 2012.

Sales and marketing staff will be on hand at the booth to
explain the shift to the Panasonic brand and answer any questions that visitors
may have about the brand change.

The team will be displaying information about the Panasonic
HIT Premium Installer Program, the company’s dedicated PV installer support
program.

Launched in September 2011 in the U.K. following similar
schemes introduced in other countries in Europe, the program is designed to
support PV installers in the U.K., providing them with sales leads from their
region, the latest information on products and technology and their own
customizable micro site to help promote their business. At the booth, potential
participants of the program will have the opportunity to learn first-hand about
the program and see the benefits it can bring to their business.

There will be a number of models of HIT solar module
series on display at the booth. HIT solar modules are based on thin mono
crystalline silicon wafers surrounded by ultra-thin amorphous silicon layers to
deliver high conversion efficiency, outstanding temperature characteristics and
higher output power on a given roof area compared to conventional crystalline
modules.

The company will be exhibiting the HIT N240 with a module
conversion efficiency of 19 percent, the HIT HD250, with a module conversion
efficiency of 18 percent, and the HIT Double bifacial solar module series, as
well as a preview of the upcoming Black Back-Sheet solar module.

The company said Panasonic is committed to providing
products and services that meet the needs of the European solar market. By
drawing on the group’s expertise in solar and battery technology, the company
is aiming to become No. 1 Green Innovation Company in the Electronics Industry
by 2018.

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