Energy Conversion Devices and its Subsidiary Win Contract to Install Solar Roofing System

Energy Conversion Devices, Inc. (ECD) (Nasdaq: ENER), a manufacturer of proprietary, thin-film amorphous silicon-based photovoltaic (PV) laminates, along with its wholly owned subsidiary Solar Integrated Technologies, announced today an agreement to install a 365kW building-integrated solar roofing system at East Los Angeles College (ELAC) as part of a contract with Chevron Energy Solutions, energy services provider for the ELAC project.

"This project provides us with a unique opportunity to help East Los Angeles College save money and prepare for a greener future," said Mark Morelli, president and CEO of ECD. "Our recent acquisition of Solar Integrated Technologies more vertically integrates our company and gives us the capabilities we need to install this UNI-SOLAR building-integrated membrane roof for ELAC."

In addition to installing a new, energy-efficient PV roofing system, the energy services contract bundles multiple energy efficiency improvements into a single package that includes upgrading the facilities' lighting, insulation and HVAC systems.


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