SOURCE: Solar3D, Inc.

Solar3D, Inc.

April 13, 2015 13:53 ET

Solar3D's Reno Office to Host Open House Luncheon at Builders Association of Northern Nevada

The Company's SUNworks Division to Provide Business Owners and Residents With Comprehensive Overview of Solar Capabilities

SANTA BARBARA, CA--(Marketwired - April 13, 2015) - Solar3D, Inc. (NASDAQ: SLTD), a leading provider of solar power solutions and the developer of a proprietary high efficiency solar cell, today announced that its SUNworks division will host an Open House Luncheon at the Builders Association of Northern Nevada (BANN) on Thursday, April 16.

The lunch, held at BANN's headquarters at 5484 Reno Corporate in downtown Reno, is designed to provide resident and commercial property owners with comprehensive information on how solar may benefit their bottom line. Local SUNworks personnel will outline multiple key variables such as leasing vs. owning, cost savings, tax credits, and increased efficiencies associated with solar.

SUNworks recently expanded into Nevada, widely considered one of the fastest growing solar markets in the country. In 2014, Nevada added the third most new solar capacity, finishing first in the Southwest, according to the U.S. Solar Market Insight Report 2014, published by the Solar Energy industries Association (SEIA). Solar jobs in the state also doubled last year, placing it atop all states in solar employment per capita.

"The Nevada solar market is one that is generally regarded not only for its explosive growth, but its vast upside," said Jim Nelson, CEO of Solar3D. "Our commitment to customer service is centered upon the belief that educating local individuals on solar capabilities is more important than merely trying to complete a sale. By maintaining our reputation as a strategic partner, we will continue to generate organic referrals, resulting in increased revenue for the Company."

"This luncheon will be beneficial for a variety of reasons, most importantly -- making SUNworks synonymous with solar expansion throughout Reno and the rest of Nevada," said Abe Emard, CEO of SUNworks. "The SUNworks entrance to the market, especially within Reno, is expected to provide homeowners and businesses with ample resources and knowledge regarding solar implementation, establishing SUNworks as a 'go-to' brand within the region." 

About Solar3D, Inc.

Solar3D, a leading provider of solar power solutions, is focused on the design, installation and management of solar power systems for commercial, agricultural and residential customers. Through its wholly owned subsidiaries, Solar3D is one of the fastest growing solar systems providers in California delivering 2.5 kilowatt to multi-megawatt commercial systems. Solar3D's technology division is developing a patent-pending 3-dimensional solar cell technology to maximize the conversion of sunlight into electricity. The Solar3D Cell collects sunlight from a wide angle and lets light bounce around in 3-dimensional microstructures on the solar cell surface. The Company's mission is to further the widespread adoption of solar power by deploying affordable, state-of-the-art systems and developing breakthrough new solar technologies.
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