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XsunX Exhibiting At The European PV Conference In Spain

Valencia, Spain.
by Staff Writers
Aliso Viejo CA (SPX) Aug 05, 2008
XsunX has announced that they will be co-locating with the State of Oregon at the 23rd European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition held September 1-4 in Valencia Spain.

This year's international industrial exhibition in Valencia will be the biggest ever held in the area of solar power generation and is the World's largest specialist conference in the Photovoltaic Solar Energy Sector attracting more than 12,000 specialist visitors.

In addition to having a company presence at the exhibition level, Mr. Alan Goodrich of Ibis and Associates' paper featuring XsunX data was selected for a visual Poster presentation from 1322 papers submitted.

The paper titled 'The Competitive Cost Position of Novel Thin Film Photovoltaic Module Technologies in High Temperature and Low light Conditions' was reviewed by a committee composed of 70 international PV experts and a team of 30 session organizers.

In an email to Mr. Goodrich from the PV Conference 'The Scientific Committee expressed the opinion that the paper should be brought to the attention of the distinguished audience expected at the event."

"We are looking forward to co-locating with the State of Oregon at the World's largest Photovoltaic show," stated Mr. Joe Grimes, COO of XsunX. "We are working towards establishing a corporate presence in the State of Oregon and being a world class Photovoltaic supplier of renewable energy." concluded Grimes.

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