Spire Corporation (NASDAQ:SPIR), a global solar company providing capital equipment and turn-key manufacturing lines to produce photovoltaic (PV) modules and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) integration services for solar systems, announced it will showcase its products, technology and forty years of innovation during the Solar Power International 2011 conference to be held October 17–20 at the Dallas Convention Center in Dallas, Texas. Spire will be located at Booth #4935.
Attending the conference will be Spire’s Chairman and CEO, Roger G. Little, along with other members of its senior sales team. Come meet our newest member, Mr. Stuart Stott, Vice President of Spire Solar Systems, who will be pleased to discuss the value and guidance that Spire provides to its solar systems customers throughout the entire project, from feasibility analysis to system design and engineering, installation and interconnection, and finally system operation and maintenance. Spire also helps its customers to obtain permitting and financing, optimize tax benefits, and maximize any available government incentives.
Solar Power International 2011 is North America's largest, most comprehensive solar power trade show and conference. This annual, business-to-business event was the first of its kind in North America and grows bigger and better every year. Nearly 24,000 professionals representing over 125 countries attend, making this a truly global event.
About Spire Corporation
Spire Corporation is a global solar company providing capital equipment and turn-key production lines to manufacture PV modules. Spire Solar Systems, a division of Spire Corporation, is a full-service EPC provider of large-scale solar systems to commercial and federal customers. For more information, visit
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