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Company Overview of SoloPower Systems, Inc.

Company Overview

SoloPower Systems, Inc., a photovoltaic technology company, designs, manufactures, and deploys copper indium gallium (di) selenide flexible and thin-film solar cells and modules for large scale commercial, government, and municipal roofs. The company offers SoloPanel SP1, a photovoltaic module optimized for sixteen-inch standing-seam metal roof integration; and SoloPanel SP3L and SP3S large-format flexible modules engineered for commercial and industrial building applications. It also provides roof panels, waterproofing membranes, and solar panels for use in manufacturing, industrial, and commercial businesses; and installation services. The company serves developers and independent power pr...

6308 North Marine Drive

Portland, OR 97203

United States

Founded in 2005



Key Executives for SoloPower Systems, Inc.

Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Senior Vice President of Operations
Age: 62
Head of Sales - Europe, Middle East and Africa
Chief Legal Officer and Secretary
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

SoloPower Systems, Inc. Key Developments

BASF and SoloPower Systems Launch New Roofing Solution

BASF and SoloPower Systems officially launched the seamless and multi-layered roofing system that is an interface between a building and the environment. The development of the multi-layered system promises considerable opportunities for cost-effective energy generation and energy saving. It combines energy efficiency, power generation, waterproofing and water harvesting, which adds proven value to the bottom line of manufacturing, industrial and commercial businesses. The seamless multi-layered roofing system can be up to 60% lighter than conventional roofs due to its unique light weight construction materials throughout its design. This solution includes roof panels, waterproofing membrane and solar panels. Using composite structural insulated panels provides a cost-effective way to comply with the national energy efficiency regulations South African National Standards (SANS) 10400XA. The technology used for the solar power panels (modules) are CIGS (copper indium gallium selenide) solar cells that produce high energy yields by converting a broader spectrum of light into electrical energy. This technology also allows for the panel construction to be thin and flexible.

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