BlueChip Energy to Exhibit at Renewable Energy and Photovoltaics World Conference & Expo in Tampa on March 8-10

Advanced Solar Photonics to Exhibit Newest Line of PV Modules at Tampa Convention Center


March 1, 2011 Lake Mary, Florida – BlueChip Energy (BCE) a provider of complete solar energy solutions for residential, commercial, government, and utility applications, today announced that it will be exhibiting at Renewable Energy and Photovoltaics World Conference & Expo, taking place from March 8-10, 2011 at the Tampa Convention Center.

The company’s executive team and business development group will be on hand in Booth 1007 to meet with attendees, exhibitors, and the media. The company will be discussing commercial and utility scale projects, solar farms, and its Advanced Solar Photonics (ASP) production line of high efficiency PV solar modules manufactured in the USA.

Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo North America has been the event leading the way for the renewable industry for eight years. The event draws more than 4,000 renewable energy power professionals and 250 exhibiting companies. The Conference and Expo features insightful discussions and presentations during technical sessions related to technology, markets, business strategies and policy covering the wind, solar, biomass, hydro, geothermal, ocean/tidal/wave, bio-power, bio-fuels and hydrogen energy sectors. On hand will be thousands of experts in the technologies and trends on the forefront of the renewable industry’s future.

BlueChip Energy, LLC (BCE) is a fully-integrated solar PV power generator, occupying all segments of the solar power value chain, from manufacturing of solar panels and balance of systems components, to the sale of turnkey solar power plants – and solar electricity — to residential, commercial, and industrial customers. BCE develops, finances, constructs, operates, and monitors solar plants for companies and individuals. The company is also a licensed provider of renewable solar energy as a qualifying power production facility of 80 MW, with the right to sell electricity to a utility. Additional information about the company is available at