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HEMOS Technology Presents World First Remote Controlled Solar Panel
by Staff Writers
Hackensack NJ (SPX) Mar 18, 2013


HEMOS Technology provides a solution for a growing problem in the industry: millions in losses from solar panel theft have been reported over the past few years with those numbers only increasing every year.

Leto Solar Corporation is presenting the exclusive world premiere of HEMOS Technology at this year's Solar Power Finance and Investment Summit in San Diego, California.

HEMOS is a groundbreaking new patent-pending technology that creates solar panels with remote control capabilities and features emergency shut-off, theft protection, and digital command execution all at the module level. The patented technology provides unique new solutions for the solar industry.

HEMOS Technology gives solar providers true control of the final deliverable, electricity. With HEMOS, suppliers of solar power can develop a business model closer to that of Utilities and provide the consumers with better safety, security, and financing options, especially in emerging markets. For investors of PV, HEMOS Technology will provide a safety blanket for better financing and leasing models.

The remote shut-off capability of HEMOS provides installers, homeowners, and even firefighters with safer working conditions when dealing with solar. Up until now, a solar panel has never been able to be turned off; with HEMOS Technology, they can work with modules even in rainy weather without risk of electric shock. In addition, the solar panels themselves will be able to be completely deactivated without any network connection, Wi-Fi or otherwise.

HEMOS Technology also provides a solution for a growing problem in the industry: millions in losses from solar panel theft have been reported over the past few years with those numbers only increasing every year. HEMOS hopes to address this problem by having any stolen panels effectively shut-down once removed from a system, thereby eliminating any incentive to steal them.

"We believe the next true advancement in solar will be with its people and the way they do business," says BK Son, President of Leto Solar. "With HEMOS Technology we hope to help change the way we look at financing, safety, security, and so much more in our industry."

Jesse Pichel, industry analyst and founder of Pichel Cleantech Advisors, agrees. "HEMOS is the first PV technology aimed at really lowering the cost of capital by lowering risk, not just managing it." Pichel goes on to say, "The technology is elegant in its design simplicity and effectiveness."

With HEMOS Technology, Leto Solar hopes to help the industry recognize the need for better options in finance, safety, and security. More information will be available after the exclusive first look during the San Diego Summit.

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