BlueChip Energy To Exhibit At Intersolar North America in San Francisco July 12-14

Solar PV Power Generator to Feature 40 MW Solar Farm Project in Florida

 

Lake Mary, FL., June 20, 2011 – BlueChip Energy, LLC (BCE), a fully-integrated solar energy provider for utility, commercial and residential applications, today announced it will be exhibiting at Intersolar North America, taking place from July 12-14, 2011 at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco, California.

Company representatives and top executives will be available at the show to discuss the latest developments in utility-scale projects including its 40 megawatts (MW) Sorrento Solar Farm in Lake County, Florida. The company will also be introducing an innovation in the next generation of crystalline silicon photovoltaic (PV) panels for utility and commercial scale projects.

BlueChip Energy will be located in the PV Cells and Modules area of the West Hall on Level Three, Booth # 9816.

Intersolar North America is the premier solar industry exhibition and conference in North America and largest solar event in California. Reflecting the current state-of-the-solar-industry, the accompanying conference at Intersolar North America 2011 is the place to hear directly from the experts about all the hottest solar topics in North America. Intersolar North America 2011 is expected to have 22,000 visitors, 800 exhibitors and 1,600 conference attendees — making it well-poised to be a diverse and insightful exhibition that will bring together the key players in the solar industry.

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 utility, commercial and residential 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 with the right to sell electricity to a utility.